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Old 12th July 2008
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Lindisfarne view

Here's one I got a couple of days ago.. Sorry, its a rush job, from jpeg not raw, also via PS5.5 so the exif is stripped off.. Will do it properly when we are back home.. Meanwhile, I think it might be the shot of the holiday :-)



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Re: Lindisfarne view

very nice shot indeedy!!
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Re: Lindisfarne view

I can see why you're pleased with this one, it's a real corker!
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Re: Lindisfarne view

I really like the composition and the colour in this image.
We are about to go to Northumberland for a short holiday, I hope I can get a few as good as this.
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Re: Lindisfarne view

I like the composition of this picture, the building is the head motiv and at the same time the flowers are. Good job
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