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The Canal at Straford-Upon-Avon, I couldn't not post one from this as me and Denis dragged everyone along the canal towpath, me and Denis were up for a walk as far as we go could go (we probably should apologise for this). We even saw a Mustang Airplane - pretty sure Denis can tell us which one..


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The Mustang was indeed the very one that resides at North Weald airfield, Essex. Ironic as this is where I work out of, and is only 5 miles from my house. It was visiting Wellesbourne on its way to RAF Cosford apparently.

P-51D-20-NA model, built at North American’s Inglewood facility in California. Accepted by the USAAF on December 21 1944 as 44-72035 served with the famous 332nd fighter group known as the Tuskegee airmen, with all African-American pilots and ground crew.

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Mornin' Geoff,

What a great set!     so different to what many of us saw, it is good to see exactly the same trip taken through another pair of eyes and thought processes, so refreshing.

I like the wobbly Fuji......it was about how I was feeling by the time we began to walk the canal.......but there is no need for apologies, because we slowcoaches enjoyed the sit down and long chat in a very peaceful spot.

The Mustang must have been a bonus, and I bet Denis, could have wished he was aboard for a much quicker trip home?


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I agree, a very varied array of images - my absolute favourite is 'Spheres', I really do like that one.

The thing about walkabout photography is that each potential subject has to be assimilated (great word eh?) and then photographed in a very short space of time. That way of working isn't everyone's cup of tea, but you seem to be very good at it :1310_thumbsup_tone1:


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 It was  great to meet up at long last with my night owl buddy Rye ...I've just seen your night time pics too and love the one of the swan sculptures ...  a rally  very pleasing set of images ... we all see such different things  though at the moment I have posted  mostly people ... so many to process .. it's difficult to choose stuff isn't it  I love the urban pattern abstract ...looks like  flats from the 60's ..

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Some final shots that I've just gotten around to processing..

Colourful Tourists...




The Angry Man


Photographing the Bard..


Up Close...


Free Beer For Dad's...


Police Selfie...


Oh!!! Bubbles!!!


Did I get it????


Don't look Beryl....


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