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Old shipyard in Sunderland with climbing wall

Abandon all hope....... by Curly

Posted on 2014-02-03

The very disturbing look of an old abandoned shipyard in Sunderland, the city suffered all of the same industrial losses as South Shields in the 1980s and 1990s, shipyards and coalmines all slowly turned to dust.

There is some form of regeneration to provide a little hope though.........some entrepreneurial spirit has created a climbing wall there!

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Muchelney floods rescue 2014 devon & somerset fire

Boat service by Kate

Posted on 2014-01-15

More than 100 residents of Muchelney have been cut off for more than a week because all access roads are under water.

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Pultney Bridge and Weir

Pultney Bridge and Weir by Doug

Posted on 2014-01-06

One of my favourite places in the beautiful city of Bath, Pultney Bridge over the river Avon in Bath, and for those who have seen the film Les Misérables you may recognise the weir as the the place where they filmed Javert looking down into before throwing himself in

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Big lifter

Big lifter by Doug

Posted on 2014-01-02

Taken a few weeks ago in Portishead near Bristol as the sun was setting

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Feel the heat

Feel the heat by Kate

Posted on 2013-12-14

This is my favourite photo of 2013. This style of Street Documentary Photography is new to me and I very much enjoyed being right in the action to capture and share. Taken in Exmouth with the guys from White Watch

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Modern London Architecture

Finding the Right Angle (I) by Ian Smith

Posted on 2013-10-07

Standing in the middle of More London Place, looking directly up at a junction of modern architecture - trying to find the right angle to take the picture...

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St Petersgate Bridge

Little Underbank, Stockport by sithenah

Posted on 2013-04-06

In 1860, Stockport Council authorised the construction of a glazed and cast-iron covered market in Market Place. Little Underbank lies in the natural ravine of Tin Brook, to the south side of the Market Place, which caused problems of access to the market. In 1864, it was decided to build a bridge over Little Underbank, linking the Market Place with St Petersgate, to provide an easier approach from the west of the town and Edgeley Railway Station. St Petersgate Bridge was constructed in 1866-8.

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The Old Croft House

The Old Croft House by Les

Posted on 2012-06-13

This abandoned croft house on the Isle of Eriskay is typical of many such houses in the Outer Hebrides. After the First world War simple 'modern' houses were built to replace the old stone and thatch black houses. They were often modeled on the black house with just two rooms and extensions and additions were made later using whatever materials were to hand, in this case corrugated iron. Eriskay is home to a breed of ponies found living wild only on this island and a couple can be seen...

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Postal Features

Postal Features by ellylucas

Posted on 2010-12-11

Yet more antics with skin-safe glue.

Model: Heather Forknell
Photography & stamp adhering: Elly Lucas

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Rhossili - Wild Horses

Rhossili - Wild Horses by Philip

Posted on 2010-07-05

The coast around Rhossili (Gower, South Wales) is renowned throughout the world. I was lucky enough to do a coastline walk with my wife and her brother in late May. The weather was wonderful. On our walk we stopped for a snack by a field near Horse cliffs (I kid you not it is called that!). These wild horses were not impressed and charged round in a circle for a number of minutes.

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Sea wall runner

Sea wall runner by Doug

Posted on 2014-01-23

Grabbed this shot while walking on the beach on Sunday, I thought I showed the new sea defences we have at Burnham that saved us from any severe damage in this last lot of storms. They were constructed after we had a devastating storm in December 81 that broke up the old sea wall and flooded the town.

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Exeter high street john lewis 2014

Showery spells by Kate

Posted on 2014-01-22

High Street Exeter in the rain,
it seems to be raining all the time but there is still beauty in the weather even if it would seem sensible to be at home in the warm.

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Toby's Reclamation Yard

Toby's Reclamation Yard by Kate

Posted on 2014-01-07

Another visit to Tobys Reclamation Yard Exminster I love to browse the unusual items here but not much is in my budget but I would love to give this chap a new home what do you think?

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Boxing Day Dip, South Shields 2013

Hot glamour girls! by Curly

Posted on 2013-12-29

Spotted on Littlehaven Beach, South Shields preparing themselves for the Boxing Day Dip into the North Sea.

Housecoats, headscarves, Zimmer frames and curlers..........they probably wore nana knickers too!

:-)

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Majestic by Elora

Posted on 2013-12-04

One of the things I love about England are all the parks with ponds or rivers in them, and the swans that inhabit them. They are simply beautiful!

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This one was bad.

This one was bad. by Dave Armstrong.

Posted on 2013-11-22

The job that i do can be revolting, repellent, repulsive, sickening, nauseating, nauseous, stomach-churning, stomach-turning, off-putting, unpalatable, unappetizing, uninviting, unsavoury, distasteful, foul, nasty, obnoxious, odious or any other adjective you care to choose.I have seen sights and smelt smells that would make most people balk. The job ticket for this one said "this one is bad take white suits, masks, hard hats and oxygen"

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Ashton Memorial 1/7

Ashton Memorial 1/7 by Jules

Posted on 2013-09-21

Lancaster's Ashton Memorial was commissioned by Baron Ashton (a British businessman and Liberal Party politician) as a memorial to his late wife. Designed in the Edwardian Baroque style by John Belcher and completed in 1909 it has been described as "England's grandest folly". Built with stone from Portland (Dorset) and around 150 feet tall it dominates the Lancaster skyline. The first floor outdoor viewing gallery provides superb views of the surrounding countryside and across Morecambe Bay.

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Moonrise and Venus, Morecambe Bay by John Leech

Posted on 2012-12-13

We've had a spell of cold, clear mornings which coincided with the waning moon together with Venus shortly before sunrise. Yesterday should have reached perfection with the thinnest crescent moon possible, but unfortunately we had a blanket of fog engulfing the whole bay. This shot was taken the day before.

The exif on this shot is misleading. 30 seconds is obviously too long for a moon exposure as the shape would distort, and at f5.6 iso200 it would completely blow. The upper portion of the

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"Out of the Blue"

"Out of the Blue" by Ian Bramham

Posted on 2011-03-23

I was lucky enough to get a full days photography last Saturday with John Leech and Mike Spriggs and we ended up at the lighthouse at the Point of Ayr in north Wales at dusk.

There were quite a few photographers there but the anticipated sunset never really materialised and everyone but John and I had left the beach as night fell. I'm glad we didn't leave with the others as 'out of the blue' we were lucky enough to witness the most amazing moonrise that either of us has ever seen.

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Breakthrough

Breakthrough by OurTwoSense

Posted on 2009-01-08

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Lilly : Maybe the hippo would like a lollipop ?

Ronnie : Please don't overfeed him while he's on this string.

Lilly : trust me . . just the one will be fine . .

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Cwm Idwal - Closest I'll Get To Heaven 8/16

Cwm Idwal - Closest I'll Get To Heaven 8/16 by Jules

Posted on 2014-01-22

Cwm Idwal is a hanging valley in the Glyderau range of mountains in northern Snowdonia and is a spectacular product of glaciation, surrounded by high crags, screes, moraines and rounded rocks, with a lake on its floor (Llyn Idwal). Cwm Idwal comprises volcanic and sedimentary rock folded to give rise to the distinctive trough-shaped arrangement of strata known today as the Idwal Syncline.

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Muchelney floods rescue 2014 devon & somerset fire

The road ahead by Kate

Posted on 2014-01-20

The boat ride out of Muchelney, boat service provided by Devon & Somerset Fire Water Flood Rescue.
Local bird watcher Roger does not miss the oppertunity.

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Floodwaters on the moor 5

Floodwaters on the moor 5 by Doug

Posted on 2014-01-14

Taken at the weekend from the top of Burrow Mump which is a hill above the village of Burrowbridge. The river Parrett runs through the village and burst its banks, although the waters have gone back a little the main road which runs across the levels from Glastonbury to Taunton is still totally blocked by flood-waters.

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Neal's Yard, London

Neal's Yard by Curly

Posted on 2014-01-06

This is Neal's Yard in the Covent Garden area of central London. Without doubt it is the most colourful oasis that I have ever found in the streets of London. This little courtyard, off the beaten track, is home to a strange set of alternative and eclectic businesses, free back rubs, holistic therapies, skateboard clothing, vegetarian eateries, micro-brewery pubs, acupuncturists, you get the idea.

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Tout Quarry Portland Dorset UK

Tout Quarry Revisited 2 by grouser

Posted on 2013-12-22

More of the quarry sculpture. 'Falling Man' on the left is an early Antony Gormley. Mrs G sits on a stone pouffe and warms her hands in the fireplace which is sadly looking a little worse for wear, probably because someone tried actually using it :0

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Lumiere Durham 2013

Durham Cathedral #3 by Curly

Posted on 2013-12-01

The finest part of our trip from South Shields was seeing Durham Cathedral lit up by huge projections from the "Crown of light" feature. Truly spectacular, this was the reason why the crowds were so deep and dense on Palace Green.

This was my favourite picture from the night, and an appropriate one to end the series with. It was just the variety of patterns displayed on the cathedral which made this eye catching for me.

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St. James's Pelican

St. James's Pelican by Avian Grey

Posted on 2013-11-18

The pelicans at St. James's Park, London are so used to visitors that portraits are quite easy . .

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Carloway Broch

Carloway Broch by Les

Posted on 2013-10-05

Carloway Broch on the Isle of Lewis believed to have been built in the 1st century AD and last occupied around 1300 AD. I am always inspired to photograph this ancient structure.

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A Percy Cup

A Percy Cup by Richard

Posted on 2013-01-03

When the Hunt meets in the square they are offered sausage rolls, sandwiches and a Percy Cup. It's half whisky and half Cherry Brandy. The kind of courage you need to go racing across fields and fences on the hunt.

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Great North Run South Shields 2011 Red Arrows

Broken hearted Red Arrows by Curly

Posted on 2011-10-24

The RAF Red Arrows made this heart cloud in memory of Flt. Lt. Jon Egging who was tragically killed when his Hawk trainer crashed the previous month.

I think this is a suitable tribute to the man, and his widow who took part in the race, and it brings together speed in the sky, fleet of foot on the ground, and the team ethos and spirit which encapsulates much of what the Great North Run is about. It's almost a family thing up here.

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