Photography


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Brentor on Sunday afternoon, with my iPhone 6S.

Edit: with a bit of colour enhancement. It was a seriously grey day!


#729

The carol service up there in the mist on Christmas day was a hoot. 100+ inside.


#730

Oh wow I bet! I love that place.


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#732

Nice capture - Fantastic depth of field - Photographer must have been very close with a wide angle lens.


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#734

One of my favourite places in Devon.


#735

Visited the McCullin exhibition at the Tate on Saturday. I liked it. It was quite busy though.
Saw some Pre-Raphaelite stuff too. Bit meh about that tbh.


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#738

I feel so sad for the polar bear, starvation is not a nice way to go.


#739

yes I know, I felt saddened by that image. I guess no one will see the plight of these poor animals without images like this.


#740

The answer for polar bears is to get a few down to the South pole. All the penguins they can eat.


#741

but, but… they’d fall off


#742

And move the penguins up north. There will soon be plenty of water for them to swim in.

VB


#743

Was having a tidy and found this - some amazing photographs in it and from a few current meatmen as well :+1:


#744

An older one from 2016 that I took while out on the bike. It’s the Free French Sailors WWII War Memorial on Lyle Hill above Greenock.

Another view from the same spot


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#746

I am awaiting the arrival of a 2nd hand Sigma 50-500mm. It is for taking on me holidays. Didn’t think me 18-200 would be long enough. I am mildly exited.


#747

Very nice. It’s a big lump to lug around though, be sure to post some of your efforts.