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Old 10th February 2013
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Around Bury St Edmunds

The Sun was shining so the temptation was too great

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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

The sun is never there when you want it and when it does appear it is too full on at times

I like the 2cd shot and the colour version of the industrial scene.
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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

I don't recognize that strange light which makes the whole world sparkle and normally grey landscapes burst with colour! Nice, though and I hope to encounter it myself some day!

I like No 2 and No 6.
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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

No 4 for me - love the mono treatment.
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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

Ahhhh the suger beat factory. I can smell it just by looking at it.

No6 for me.

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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

I like number 2 a lot. It just pulls me in.

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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

Like the mono Sugar Beet factory.....passed it many many times...can't wait now for a bit of spring...but don't hold your breath according to the LR forecast.

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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

Missed these eaerlier, a very nice series.

Nos 2 and 5 for me. I prefer the extra detail in the smoke/steam that the colour version of no 5 gives.

I'm sure we can sometimes smell the Sugar Beet Factory down here when the winds in the wrong direction.

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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

Love #4. My personal choice by a long way.

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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

Number 2 for me. Very nice. I am more used to seeing the sugar beet factory at Cantley with the plumes of smoke drifting above the marshes.

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Re: Around Bury St Edmunds

Stark contrast between the Rural and Industrial scenes make an interesting thread. Your treatments of the sugar beet factory are very good.
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