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Old 31st December 2012
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12-4-12

Thanks for all the help and advice re problems uploading images. The only way I can find to do this is to upload them to my website and then include the relevant url in the post.... so here we go with my 12-4-12...

The first two are of Whitby following a snowfall:




This was on the theme of food and drink - well eggsecuted?


One of my granddaughters scary looks!


GWR tank engine working hard on the climb into Bodmin.


Charleston harbour, Cornwall.


Not sure if this is a bee or wasp on a poppy in our garden.


I've taken a few pictures at matches played by my grandson's team. They're good for under 7's.


I spotted this dancing policeman conducting the traffic outside the Coliseum.


One of the many steep stepped alleys off the main street in Positano.


Late afternoon at Curbar Edge, Derbyshire.


I was attracted by the patterns in the fan, blinds and cushion and how they combined with the patterns of light and shade.
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Re: 12-4-12

You deserve a medal fo perseverance but so well worth the effort. Such interesting memories of the year. love the eggs.
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You deserve a medal fo perseverance but so well worth the effort. Such interesting memories of the year. love the eggs.
Hear! Hear! a truly great set - well worth the angst and pain that Bee in the Poppy is utterly most AWESOME and the mono Locomotices too
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You deserve a medal fo perseverance but so well worth the effort. Such interesting memories of the year. love the eggs.
Thanks for the comments Imageryone - much appreciated. Paul
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Hear! Hear! a truly great set - well worth the angst and pain that Bee in the Poppy is utterly most AWESOME and the mono Locomotices too
I felt I had to keep trying it was such a good idea of yours Chevvy I couldn't let you down. I've been so impressed with the contributions, and so many of them - it really seem s to have struck a chord. All the very best for 2013. Paul
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Re: 12-4-12

Nice work I particularly like the Curbar edge shot.
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A great set I really like the Charleston harbour and Curbar Edge shots.
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Nice work I particularly like the Curbar edge shot.
Thanks Alf. Landscape is not my thing but it was a glorious afternoon and I just spent time experimenting.
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A great set I really like the Charleston harbour and Curbar Edge shots.
Thanks for looking Derek and for your comments. Paul
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Lovely set especially Curbar Edge and I thought that bee processing worked really well.
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Thanks for taking the time to look Phil. I found it a very good exercise and looking back can certainly give you a new perspective on images taken earlier in the year. Paul
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Re: 12-4-12

I've just seen this set and eggcellent it is too; definitely hard to beat. The egg shot cracked me up.
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Thanks Zuiko. Iadmit to being quite pleased with the egg shot...definitely one for the ALBUMEN....(sorry!). Paul
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Re: 12-4-12

Loving the climb into Bodmin and Positano shots
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Loving the climb into Bodmin and Positano shots
Thanks for your comments. I've just realised that the steps are not in Positano but Amalfi.
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