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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 141: Trailer trash

    Another beautiful morning, which often has me heading for high ground. There’s a small farm not too far from home which has all kinds of junk lying around. I’ve been up there a few times before, and photographed the barns a while back as part of...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 140: Sprotbrough Weir

    Sprotbrough’s a very small village between Consibrough and Doncaster, but it’s one I thought had a lot of photographic potential when I drove through a few weeks ago looking for the nearby wind farm. There are two water channels running side by ...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 139: Playing with parallax

    I had one of those “eureka” moments this morning, when I looked out of my window to a beautiful sunrise. As with many towns, the view was blighted by power cables. When the sky has such smooth transitions as this, cloning isn’t the simple matter...

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  • Avatar : AshTree

    366 Project 2012 - Day 12

    Why did I make that promise to myself on Day 3? You know, the one where I said I'd get organised and make sure my 366 project would be a 'pictorial diary' relevant to what I did each day? Yeah right! I must have temporarily forgotten what a boring li...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-134

    Today was one of those photographic days when I said 'screw this' :D Bigger screw this here

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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 90 - Shopping

    I had to pop into town to pick up a couple of t-shirts that I'd had pics printed on - they came out rather well. I had to pass the Ann Summers shop on the way and had to take a quick look around - and came out with a bag full of sale goodies - m...

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  • Avatar : conrad

    Late Christmas Decorations

    In Bruges, they still had the Christmas decorations and lights, last week. I had fun walking around all evening, shooting this and that - decorated and lit houses, church towers, etc. It was a nice evening. Here's a sample of what I saw:

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  12 Jan 2012 8:29PM
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  • Avatar : nicolaharrison

    Photography institute course - is it worth it?

    As I am laid up for a while was thinking about the Photography Institute professional course £350. Is it worth it - anyone has any feedback? I would like to know what online courses are the best for furthering my photography.

  • Avatar : Ozzie55

    365 Project: Day 12

    The New Mill Chimney is a copy of the campanile of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari in Venice, a gesture that took the Victorian Italianate architecture of Saltaire to a new level. The Santa maria Gloriosa dei Frari (St. Mary of the Friars), is ...

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    • Posted by : Ozzie55
    •  12 Jan 2012 4:19PM
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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 89 - My View.....

    I like stealth mode on the Fuji X10 - it means I can sit at my desk and snap away at the sky without anyone hearing me :) Of course if they cared to look in my direction they might spot me pointing the camera out of my window. It's a good spot to h...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-133

    I took this one at work this afternoon. It's the pits :P Bigger pits here

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  • Avatar : AshTree

    366 Project 2012 - Day 11

    I had to go to our local Mostyns to pick up a curtain pole for Kate - unfortunately they didn't have the size she wanted so I went to another shop. The route took me over Laira Bridge, which crosses the River Plym and, as it was such a lovely afterno...

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    • Posted by : AshTree
    •  11 Jan 2012 5:45PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    More from Bruges

    Looking at chocolatiers' windows is a lot safer in the evenings, when they're closed. And Bruges has quite a few chocolatiers, as I found out last week when I spent an evening there. The old town centre is very nice, with lots of historic building...

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  • Avatar : Ozzie55

    365 Project: Day 11

    Still on the swan theme today; the young one here is approx. 8 months old and still has quite a lot of brown feathers.

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    • Posted by : Ozzie55
    •  11 Jan 2012 1:09PM
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  • Avatar : Bonvilston

    Sorted

    New day, New image type ! yesterday nothing would accept my images. Everything came back as "unknown file type". Today they all work fine. I suppose the computer must have got acquainted with my file types overnight so they are now best friends ???? ...

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    • Posted by : Bonvilston
    •  11 Jan 2012 11:53AM
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