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The Weekly Caption 26/08/2019

All you have to do is add a caption - or two if you fancy.....



Don't forget ... you've got about 7 days to post in NOVEMBER'S In Focus Challenge, this month is themed: Abstract. Deadline midnight on SATURDAY 30th NOVEMBER for your entries (a maximum of 4) in the latest monthly TIPF IN FOCUS challenge.


Good Luck  everyone ...;)

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  2. The very one Geoff. Both image are but two different sides..
  3. That looks like the viaduct at Whalley....
  4. Blackpool Zoo has an area called Wallaby Walkabout, although the day I visited it was very hot (for the UK)so they were neither walking or hopping... I think these two are both Red Kangaroos....
  5. This was one of two images I made for the A-Z challenge letter "V". In the end I chose the other one.
  6. I'm surprised nobody has commented as it is an interesting portrait.
  7. I did wonder if you'd opened the gate for the shot, it's what I would have done....
  8. Thank you for the suggestion, John. You’re referring to the burnt out table cloth? I’ll go back to the raw file and see. Stay tuned. Any other suggestions? Personally the crooked angle of the table annoys me but it was on sloping ground. I set it straight but lost too much of the people.
  9. It gives me the greatest pleasure to present one of the many excellent products I have the joy of dealing with in my wonderful daily working schedule............... Pardon...........Management wont read this..................Oh OK..........................Its a Xerox........................It's a piece of $#!%.
  10. Thanks for that Geoff. Oddly enough, recently I was watching a series called "Steam Train Britain" on the Yesterday Channel that featured the ELR quite heavily. It seems to be a substantial undertaking.
  11. The Flying Scotsman is coming to the ELR again next year, 8 - 10 May & 26 - 27 September 2020
  12. Thanks all for the comments. I go down to the station from time to time because there is always something that catches my eye. I have been warned off before now with the Prevention of Terrorism Act being quoted but I approached the station manager and he was OK provided I didn't annoy the passengers.
  13. Thanks Denis. It was the fact that it was such a good example that made me want to record it. I closed the gate afterwards.
  14. A lot of work in that Cheryl and it's a nice idea. If the original is in RAW, it might be worth seeing if there is any detail to be had in the foreground highlights.
  15. It was built in Dunedin in the early 1900's.
  16. Dramatic: all of them. They’re all different.
  17. Cheers Dennis, thanks, Geoff
  18. Thank you Stravinsky, Geoff
  19. .....and the blue sky sets the scene
  20. Me too, love the old British anchor winch, was the ship built here?
  21. I'm not sure John, too much of a match to be coincidental, but Bluestone is the common base rock over there and perhaps they evolved to blend in with that colour to camoflage while basking on rocks? They cross the path to bathe in the sea then return to the rocks around the area apparently.
  22. One very magical scene !
  23. A very good example of one too John, it looks very stout in its construction I like Lychgates as well Polly, I dont collect images of them but do like to photograph one when I pass an old church !
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