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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-298

    A line up of cocktail glasses.

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  • Avatar : MossyOak

    Studio Build

    Once upon a time, like most people I had a garage that, due to a house extension, no cars would ever get into it. Instead it was full of junk, tools and a couple of rabbits and the usual wild mice that found shelter and spare food. Sadly like all pe...

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  • Avatar : AlexandraSD

    the wedding

    A month has passed since my last blog here. Yesterday we had the wedding! My brother finally made an honest woman out of his girlfriend and the mother of their two children, nelly and reece. The wedding has been in planning for months and month...

    • Posted by : AlexandraSD
    •  24 Jun 2012 12:45PM
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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    Week 25 of my 52

    Another week away at conferences so little opportunity to get out with a camera. I saw this cloud formation when I got home and thought it would be a good Panorama for the X10. I can't decide between colour or Black and White, any thoughts would be w...

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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 248 - Making a Mess

    Messing about with a laser printed picture, a bit of timber from the garage and a tube of acrylic medium. Apply medium to timber, place picture face down - smooth out bubbles - leave to dry. The apply water and rub away paper and presto - one pictu...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-297

    Next doors cat, Lord Rocky, who appears to spend as much time sleeping in our house as he does his own.

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  • Avatar : strokebloke

    Still Banjaxed

    Almost two months ago I wrote a blog entitled Heeeelp; in which I appealed to the literary and imaginatively inclined of you to provide me with some assistance in the search for a name for my website. Go on; admit it. You forgot about it the moment...

  • Avatar : lobsterboy

    365 Day 38 - Ox Eyes

    Still suffering with the lurgy, though I did manage to take Charlie out for a long walk in the morning sunshine around The Warlies estate in Epping Forest. Warlies is my regular weekend walk with him because the fields are all stock fenced which all...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-293, 294, 295 and 296

    This week I'd been despatched to a four day residential course by my employers. the hotel I stayed in has this rather nice water feature in the lobby. Another water feature from the Hotel I stayed at. It was quite difficult to get out ...

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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 247 - Rosa Mundi

    The only photos taken today have been a handful of a rose I brought in from the garden. As usual there were aphids to be found - well I don't use any form of pest control in the garden - I leave that to the bugs and birds who do a very good job. ...

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    • Posted by : cattyal
    •  22 Jun 2012 10:27PM
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  • Avatar : lobsterboy

    365 Day 37 - St. Swithans

    Didn't go far today, severe man-flu and lack of sleep meant I was totally exhausted. So I took a short walk down St. Swithans lane. Yet I still managed to run into a security guard who said "No photos please sir", I just ignored him stepped over t...

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    • Posted by : lobsterboy
    •  22 Jun 2012 9:07PM
    • Views : 258
  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 246 - and again....

    I did have an idea I wanted to try this evening but a) I couldn't find the bits I needed and b) it's a job for the weekend I think. Weather and inclination permitting I'll pop into town on Saturday morning and see if I can find what I want..... Mea...

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  • Avatar : lobsterboy

    365 Day 36 - The Architect

    Came across the London Bridge City Sculpture Exhibition today. This a detail from "The Architect" by Jilly Sutton.

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    • Posted by : lobsterboy
    •  21 Jun 2012 6:30PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Reduced To This

    I'll let the picture speak for itself...

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  • Avatar : Kruger01

    The Farne Islands 20th June 2012

    As a psuedo Geordie, I was born and bred in the North East and spent the first 27 years of my life in central Durham. In all that time I never made a visit to the Farne Islands although I do recall going round Bamburgh Castle in the distant past. ...

    • Posted by : Kruger01
    •  21 Jun 2012 3:15PM
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