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  • domes, domes, domes!

    Thanks gss, It's a new building near Venice and may be part of a cemetery, but that is just a guess.
    • 16 Jun 2015 6:20PM
  • curves

    Thanks for your comment and I realise the failings in position etc. However in my defence this was taken in a busy hotel restaurant glass cabinet where I only had a couple of minutes to open it, move lots of other bottles and glasses and try and position these without picking up reflections from other bottles or guests. The reaction from staff and diners, wondering why should I photo such a subject only added to having to rush things and not getting the best result. Many thanks, Dave Livesey
    • 13 Nov 2014 10:23AM
  • only way is up

    thanks, Paul for the comments but I am old fashioned and do not have photoshop or similar so what the camera records is my end result. I am so ham-fisted where technology is concerned that any attempt by me to improve things would ruin it. Dave
    • 13 Nov 2013 10:41AM
  • lots of curves

    Thanks Diane, This is the result of a "piste basher" preparing a course for cross-country skiing before the first skier has arrived. Dave
    • 12 Jan 2013 9:33AM
  • Cumbrian Mountain Express

    love your railway shots but on your comments about No 9 at Blackrod you state that this line is to be electrified. Where did you hear this as I have not heard anything definite about this? The line from M/c to L/pool is being done which would take the Scottish service away from Bolton and result in poorer levels of service and investment needs. Thanks.
    • 11 Jan 2013 2:00PM
  • pots and pans

    Thanks for lovely comments, but this is in one of my favourite villages well off the tourist area in Provence, France.
    • 10 Jan 2013 1:01PM
  • mayflower

    Thanks for comments. It is the real engine and this is at Burrs just north of Bury. What pleases me most about the result was that I was walking in the area and heard a loco coming and I only had about 10 secs to switch the camera on and chance the settings and I got this.
    • 27 Nov 2012 10:08AM
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