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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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Llandwyn

Llandwyn by digitalCG

Posted on 2014-06-06

One of my favourite spots in the British Isles. Gloomy days like this help avoid tourists and also make for good photos - this one was dug out of my 2009 archives.

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Just Born

Just Born by Christine

Posted on 2014-04-27

Last week I ticked of a to do on my bucket list. I actually lambed a lamb. I spent two hours with a friend who is a brilliant shepherdess in the lambing shed, the time flew by. She has probably lambed thousands and she still gets a thrill everytime one is born, I totaly understand why!

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Girl by a river looking forlorn

We're All Rivers by Chris

Posted on 2018-06-04

We're all rivers, destined for the sea.

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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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Potter at work at Le Strange Old Barns

Le Strange Potter by Ian Smith

Posted on 2015-02-16

Watching an elderly lady potter at work at Le Strange Old Barns, Old Hunstanton, Norfolk.

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Waiting

Waiting by Bonvilston

Posted on 2014-09-18

This is a scene in a nearby town where there is a lot of disadvantaged people. There is a high proportion of people who are poor, unemployed, old and infirm. The whole place has a definite atmosphere of lack of hope and ambition. This image sums it all up.

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New Personal Best

New Personal Best by The Mouse

Posted on 2014-08-03

Jessica Taylor, just cleared 1.78m in the high jump heptathlon.
She went on to win a bronze medal

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Scenes From Bourton 4 by Daryl Johnson

Posted on 2019-09-03

We visited this bakery in Bourton as it was recommended in a Japanese guide book my wife had - it was a very good choice for lunch!

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Poodle Parade

Poodle Parade by digitalCG

Posted on 2014-05-22

Poodles were all the rage in the 50's, or so they'd have you believe. The combined fashion show and poodle parade were an interesting side attraction.

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Are you the lighthouse of someone's Storm???

Are you the lighthouse of someone's Storm??? by Devendra

Posted on 2020-04-18

I am fascinated by Lighthouses. Might sounds odd but yet true. Man made objects / machines to withstand all the fury of nature spreading light across the ocean, leading / guiding sailing lives through the darkness; yet humble enough to stand without much glitter throughout the day. Some of the best views over the Ocean from my memory are either lighthouses or from multiple Sea Forts in India.

This image is captured at Isle of Skye on my last trip there in March. Although this is not the typical bucket list shot people tend to capture at this location; I still love the nice natural contrast and the leading lines drawing us towards the lighthouse. Simple yet effective!!!

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Home

Home by digitalCG

Posted on 2015-08-21

A new £25m arts-focussed development in Manchester city centre, Home includes two theatres, five cinema screens and an art gallery. A series of sculptures entitled 'Up There' add some interest to the exterior thoroughfares.

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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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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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Stonehenge

Stonehenge by Bob

Posted on 2020-02-25

Not far away from where I live on the Columbia River, there's a Stonehenge replica. I always thought I would go there and find some unsuspecting tourist. The one time I went looking, I was the only one there for hours. No picture that day! When Debbie and I went to the "real" Stonehenge, we were among about 100 tourists. I stalked these guys for while and don't think they didn't notice, so I finally took this shot out of fear they would soon wallop me with motorcycle chains. I wish it were better composed but fear does that to you, doesn't it? Makes you act irrationally. They were probably nice guys just like the rest of us, seeing the world and enjoying their later years.

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Abingdon Sunrise 2/3

Abingdon Sunrise 2/3 by Jules

Posted on 2014-05-24

Seen at Stupid-O'clock in the morning on route to work!

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Ludlow Shropshire UK Clee Hill

Trig Point by grouser

Posted on 2017-01-20

Summit of Titterstone Clee

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old door

decay with daisy by Paul Vincent

Posted on 2015-03-28

A nice contrast of a simple daisy and my old coal house door latch.

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Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields

"Fight School" V (Silly Tuesday edition) by Curly

Posted on 2017-10-17

"Severus" is a silly boy, almost had his arm severed in his previous bout, but he's daft enough to go in and "have another go". Simon Cowell and his panel of judges are stupidly impressed :-)

Re-enactment of Roman soldiers training to fight like Gladiators at Arbeia Roman Fort on The Lawe, South Shields.

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Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd by Jean Fraipont

Posted on 2018-07-30

With friends, we arrived to London to buy some books and the Pink Floyd album "Animals" (1977).

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Girl in sun

Lesly by Chris

Posted on 2018-03-21

After the snow came the sun warming hearts and souls.

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Goldblum-on-Thames by Daryl Johnson

Posted on 2018-07-20

A quick break from Japan; something more up-to-date from here in London, with a view of the iconic, the legendary, Tower Bridge.

I would give this image 10 Goldblums out of a maximum possible 10 Goldblums.

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Natural Mirror

Natural Mirror by Devendra

Posted on 2019-04-08

This was captured at the Pier in Luss Village near Loch Lomond shores. It was beautiful Sunday evening with very little wind and water around the shores had hardly any movement. A perfect template scene for a long exposure shot. One thing I hate about Lee Big Stopper is the blue hue it adds to the image. May be I could do with little more exposure.

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Murmuration

Murmuration by Brockaly

Posted on 2019-02-19

A murmuration of starlings. Near Leominster.

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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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Skateboard park, South Shields

Gettin' down with the kids #5 by Curly

Posted on 2015-07-21

A short picture story of a walk along the seafront and beaches of South Shields on a balmy summer evening.

This is the skateboard park on Sandhaven Beach, always popular with kids and teenagers in South Shields, anytime of the year.

I think the low down angle of view adds a lot to the documentary style of this shot.

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Two of a kind

Two of a kind by digitalCG

Posted on 2014-09-08

The only two remaining airworthy WWII Avro Lancaster bombers flying in formation yesterday.

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Sunny Afternoon at Loch Etive

Sunny Afternoon at Loch Etive by Devendra

Posted on 2018-09-10

How gracefully we can relate our life to the properties of Nature... Our time on Earth flows like a stream of Water.... running through all sort of surfaces, obstacles, paces at various stages like excitement, aggression, joy, sorrow until we merge slowly into eternal peace of nothingness...

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Back With Mom

Back With Mom by Avian Grey

Posted on 2014-05-15

The last of this first set of the Canada Goose goslings. I know when I get back there they will have grown and developed so much in so little time.

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Comeback Kid

Comeback Kid by digitalCG

Posted on 2015-05-11

Her first outing since July 2013 following injury and motherhood, current Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill was one of the star attractions at the 2015 Great City Games.

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Almost ready to go

Almost ready to go by Doug

Posted on 2018-05-07

Ollie Taylor one of the four riders I recently spent the weekend with in their successful attempt to break the world record for a four man relay to ride non-stop on bicycles from John O'Groats to Lands End (The length of mainland Britain). After 43 Hours 46 minutes they arrived at to Lands End having cycled 875 miles and breaking the record, an incredible achievement

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The Ginger Wizard

The Ginger Wizard by digitalCG

Posted on 2014-06-20

2012 Olympic Champion Greg Rutherfod, aka 'The Ginger Wizard', won the long jump competition with a hop barely over 8 metres. Old Bob Beamon wasn't quaking in his vest top that's for sure, however the Great City Games are very much a season opener/exhibition event for the athletes.

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Baker Street

Baker Street by OurTwoSense

Posted on 2018-03-03

Amazingly, as I waked by 221B Baker Street on March 1, I found it all cordoned off and the side-walk on fire ! An Arlo moment for sure. You can see the 'Blue Plaque' denoting Sherlock Holmes' residence to the right.

I could not make this up if I tried.

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Higger Tor.

Higger Tor. by Dave Armstrong.

Posted on 2019-09-18

Higger Tor is a dominant landmark of the Dark Peak, in the north of the Peak District National Park. It is a gritstone tor overlooking the Burbage Valley and the iron age hill fort of Carl Wark to the southeast.

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