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  • The Duke Approaching by GlynnisFrith

    Nice one GlynnisWink
    Yes, I am on line, first time for a bit.
    • 12 Jul 2011 8:55PM
  • groynes silhouette by keith_yorkie

    actually it is colour not mono....
    • 6 Jun 2011 11:44PM
  • Editors Choice by GlynnisFrith

    Well done Glynnis. It has been a bit since I have been on EPZ and they have gone and altered it around. I am having difficulty finding things!!!!

    • 26 Feb 2011 3:14PM
  • In The Garden by GlynnisFrith

    It's a cracker!!!!

    • 20 Jul 2010 12:02PM
  • Passing by GlynnisFrith

    Nice one, as ever, Glynnis -
    Hope you are both OK not on EPZ much these days....

    • 20 Jul 2010 12:01PM
  • A1 Meets A4 by GlynnisFrith

    Nice one Glynnis, not only a documentary shot but an historic one!!!!

    • 1 Jul 2010 2:40PM
  • Contrast by fb101

    Nice shot which, I feel, would be greatly improved by swopping the girls round (as stated by MediumSizeUnavailable). My thoughts before I had read other comments....

    • 11 Feb 2010 11:32AM
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  • Posted on: Government say photography in public places is legal

    Unfortunately this information does not pass down to the bobby on the beat (if you can find one) even less so to the chocolate fire guards dressed as police officers, sorry PCSO's. Use of the Terrorism Act is not only used by the Police but all sorts of council jobsworths with an ounce of 'authority'. As usual the No 10 answer is typical government speak which actually says not a lot.
    As long as you are in a public place, keep taking the pictures.
    As jazzygf says, it is not the guy with the tripod and big camera bag. Just how many people have camera phones with lots of pixels with a capacity to wirelessly send the images!!!!
    • 29 Jan 2009 10:26AM

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  • Posted on pmorgan's profile

    Nice work Paul - added you to my favourites, gives me an opportunity to see an area of England I am not very familiar with.
    Thanks for the click re the swans, as you can see from the banter between keithh and myself it was a tongue in cheek addition.

    • 24 May 2007 6:58PM

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