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Denis

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About Denis

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    Great Parndon, Essex.
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    Photography, Walking, RAF History and Aviation, WWII Airfields and other arcane interests!
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  1. I have done a couple of similar edits to photos I have taken. and have a couple of small ones framed as I like the effect. This is particularly good Clicks!
  2. With the D-Day anniversary approaching here is a photograph of Pegasus Bridge, It was a major objective of British airborne troops during the opening minutes of the invasion of Normandy on the 6th June 1944.A unit of glider infantry troops of 2 Battalion The Oxfordshire & Buckingham Light Infantry, 6th Airborne Division commanded by Major John Howard took the bridge by total surprise and intact. The successful taking of the bridges played a most important role in limiting the effectiveness of a German counter-attack in the days and weeks following the Normandy invasion. In 1944 it was renamed Pegasus Bridge in honour of the operation. The name is derived from the shoulder emblem worn by the British airborne troops which is the flying horse Pegasus. As these bridges came under control of the allies, My dear old Dad was going ashore with his Tank regiment, the 34th Tank Brigade, a few miles to the west.
  3. What a location to live in, beautiful!
  4. A big thumbs up from me too
  5. While out for a walk I noticed these lovely lads out in the meadow today, there's a footpath that runs through the field so I could get up nice and close. They are very docile and hugely inquisitive. Got to scratch that itch...
  6. Denis

    SILVER MACHINE

    And there was me thinking you were into one of my favourite old bands called 'Hawkwind' fooj..although through the haze of time I seem to remember someone like you grooving in that marquee next to Stonehenge back in 1972 But still a good photo you have created !
  7. Denis

    Seed drill

    My old Dad had one he used on his plot of land that he rented.Been a long while since I have seen one of those!
  8. So I have a paid for version of Lightroom 5.7 that my son got me for a Birthday several years ago, can this be updated or at risk in any way?
  9. I will agree with Korky that the colour version gives it an edge befitting the colour scheme of the vehicle itself. ...And that Tokina is earning its keep
  10. Another brilliant example of things I would never think of taking a photo of Robin !
  11. Wow, I really like that Rye! That view from the bridge is superb, I took one from there when I came up last year, but nowhere as stunning as this. the evening time is king where the light is concerned, that and the really good processing mate..well done
  12. One of the classic small airliners that deHavilland built during the 1930s was the dH89, I had the great luck to fly in one of these a few times when working as a volunteer at the Duxford museum many years ago. I have given it a tickle in Topaz to give it a vintage look. Photographed last Sunday when this example was landing at Duxford airfield in Cambridgeshire.
  13. Probably the best Cuckoo photo I have ever seen, well done Roger
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