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Dewdrop

Dewdrop by Spike

Posted on 2016-03-21

I figured I hadn't played with the mirror lens for a while, so took it down to the beach. This little character - common sandpiper, I think - was at the water's edge, but with the tide nearing its peak, she hopped up onto this rock and parked there for the next half hour or so, just watching the tide turn and the sun set. Every so often a wave would splash onto her, but she seemed perfectly happy there. Severn Beach.

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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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A headshot of the talented actor, Andrew Mullan

Andrew by Stewart Bywater

Posted on 2014-06-07

One of the headshots I took of the fantastic young actor, Andrew Mullan.

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Inside the Greenwich Foot Tunnel

Greenwich Foot Tunnel by Ian Smith

Posted on 2018-02-05

Opened in 1902, and not much has been done to it since (except maybe the electric lighting), this is one of a few foot tunnels that allow pedestrians to cross beneath the River Thames (though most of the others are now closed).

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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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Elements in Nature

Elements in Nature by Devendra

Posted on 2019-06-03

This image was captured near Glenfinnan Viaduct on a Sunday evening. It's stopped raining just few minutes ago but there are clouds in the sky. The Sun still cannot penetrate through these thick layers, however that creates for a moody atmosphere.

As everything around had a cast of Grey, I decided to click this as Black-n-White.

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Helmsley Castle

Helmsley Castle by Adrian

Posted on 2014-06-04

Helmsley Castle is a medieval castle situated in the market town of Helmsley, within the North York Moors National Park, North Yorkshire, England

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Pink and Blue

Pink and Blue by Spike

Posted on 2014-04-27

Playing impressionism with another old file: bluebells in the HIllier Cherry collection about ten years ago. Rather sadly, many of the cherry trees are now too old for such vigorous displays, and the poor bluebells are befuddled by the weather. I haven't seen displays like this for several years...

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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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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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Ludlow Shropshire UK

Rooftops 2 by grouser

Posted on 2014-09-19

From the roof of St Laurences Church in Ludlow ( a Market town on the English side of the Welsh borders) looking almost towards the south with Broad Street running from the centre to the left of the frame. Most of these rather grand houses started life as hovels and as the town became more affluent got large new façades built on them. The clock tower in the centre is on the Old Butter Cross market building. At the bottom of Broad Street on the left you can just discern the Broad Gate, the only

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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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Family

Family by Avian Grey

Posted on 2018-05-07

Another shot from the archives . . hoping to see cygnets from my local swans this year . . hoping, hoping.

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Nick Cope 2/2

Nick Cope 2/2 by Jules

Posted on 2014-07-07

Playing a short set at the Florence Park Festival in Oxford - In a former life Nick Cope was the lead singer with the Oxford Indie band the CandySkins but now he is an excellent children's songwriter and performer.

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Shadows and Silhouettes in One New Change

City Souls by Ian Smith

Posted on 2018-09-09

City Souls. View from inside the One New Change shopping mall next to St Paul's Cathedral, London.

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bluebells

Bluebells by Elora

Posted on 2014-04-30

Ever since we moved to Derby and I found out that the woods near my house were bluebell woods, I have eagerly been keeping an eye out for them. When I first saw the green shoots a month ago, I started taking a walk there more frequently, until suddenly they were everywhere! So be prepared....

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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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Clouds over Glen Etive

Glen Etive by Devendra

Posted on 2019-03-29

This was shot while I was driving past Glen Etive, Scotland, UK. Weather in Scotland changes very rapidly. Just before I shot this picture, it was sunny and there were rainbows across the mountain. But by the time I stopped and got my phone out sun disappeared and so did the rainbow. Nevertheless the low clouds over the mountain still brought some moody-ness and drama in the frame and I happily accepted the picture Mother Nature gifted me. :)

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A Little Asymmetry

A Little Asymmetry by Spike

Posted on 2014-12-12

Under the Second Severn Crossing. You'd think after nearly twenty years it would have a catchier name...

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The Kelpies,taken with a Nikon D7100 18-105 lens

The Kelpies by Jimmys

Posted on 2014-05-22

The Kelpies are 30 metre high horse-head sculptures, standing next to a new extension to the Forth and Clyde Canal in The Helix, a new parkland project built to connect 16 communities in the Falkirk Council Area, Scotland

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Blackpool evening

Quiet evening in Blackpool by sithenah

Posted on 2014-05-08

The sun was starting to set behind the North pier at Blackpool, just as two gulls settled on the railings adding a live element to the scene.

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Hudson Street, South Shields

Extra, extra, read all about it. by Curly

Posted on 2014-04-06

Rushing to buy a copy of the Shields Gazette in Hudson Street, South Shields. Did you know the Shields Gazette is the oldest daily provincial newspaper in the UK?

I wonder about the telephone box - does it get used at all these days? Most people have a mobile phone, but I guess it is there in case of emergencies. Sixties housing with shops on the ground floor, businesses failing, shops and leases for sale - rainy dull winter, same story all over the UK.

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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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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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king's college chapel - World's largest fan vault

king's college chapel - World's largest fan vault by Sarito

Posted on 2014-10-25

It is very hard to put in words how I felt standing in the middle of this architecture marvel; a fine example of Gothic English architecture. The intricate details and the history of the chapel is evident everywhere you turn.

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Vauxhall Developments, London

Modern Vauxhall by Ian Smith

Posted on 2014-09-01

The ever growing developments in Vauxhall, London. To the left is the MI6 (secret service) headquarters, and to the right is the St George Wharf residential development with it's prominent 'Tower'.

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The sunlit drawbridge of Dover Castle

Leaving The Castle by Ian Smith

Posted on 2017-07-29

I was the last visitor to leave Dover Castle on this warm summer evening. I wonder if they raise the drawbridge after I'm gone?

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Lloyds Building and Cheesegrater

Lloyds Building + Cheesegrater by Ian Smith

Posted on 2016-08-24

On the corner of Lime Street and Leadenhall Street, looking up (as you can't avoid doing) at the wonderful design of the The Lloyds Building, with it's newest neighbour, The Leadenhall Building (AKA 'The Cheesegrater').

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133 Church Street, Whitby, North Yorks, UK

133 Church Street by Curly

Posted on 2015-05-16

Perhaps it could also be titled "get me to the church on time".
Church Street in Whitby was crowded with hundreds of people making their way to the bottom of the 199 steps, before climbing up to see St. Mary's and the old abbey ruins.

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"Tommy" sculpture in Seaham Harbour

Tommy is remembered by Curly

Posted on 2014-08-11

Ray Lonsdale's sculpture of a First World War "Tommy" in Seaham Harbour (part of a short series.)

I love this sculpture, it represents all of the glorious "Tommies" who gave their lives selflessly in a war that took place a hundred years ago. A war that changed the course of our lives today.

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Mercury

Mercury by Nigel

Posted on 2014-07-31

Our friend, Peter, drove his steam engine - Mercury - around our village to celebrate his 60th birthday - it was a lovely sight.

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Bulkhead sculpture, Canterbury, Kent

Bulkhead by Ian Smith

Posted on 2016-01-11

A huge 'mask' sculpture outside the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury. 'Bulkhead' by artist Rick Kirby.

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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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Speed

Speed by Doug

Posted on 2014-07-23

Last one of the shots I got last month at the England v Hong Kong international Polo. Nige and I attended, we had never seen polo played before and were surprised what a fast tough and exciting game it is. The riders appeared more physical with each other than I expected and the ponies were incredibly tough, agile animals that were spectacular to watch.

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Moggy

Moggy by Doug

Posted on 2014-05-09

Practising my panning technique. An original 3 wheeled Morgan racing up Prescott Hill Climb.
For those who aren't aware of these terrific little cars that are the forerunners of the classic looking hand built Morgan sports cars that are still being made today although now with 4 wheels instead of 3. The originals were powered by 1000cc V twin air-cooled engines mounted at the front of the car outside of the body like this one.

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Cockle boat Whitsable UK

Cockle Catch by grouser

Posted on 2014-07-24

Cockle boat arriving in Whitstable. Whitstable is noted for its oyster beds but it has other strings to its nautical bow.

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