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    Dodman Point

    in Cornwall......EOS R + RF24-105F4L

    a3-7 by brianvickers, on Flickr
    Brian Vickers LRPS

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    #2
    I like that Brian a nice lead in and a strong subject
    Peter

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      #3
      I echo Peter’s comments.Very nice
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        #4
        What a great shot Brian, lovely lead in to the Memorial Cross
        Trev

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          #5
          Excellent photo, the path leading to the cross makes the photo look great.
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            #6
            Great shot Brian.
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              #7
              Thanks All...it’s a fabulous location with interesting wind battered trees on the headland....well worth the short walk from the NT car park.
              Brian Vickers LRPS

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                #8
                Originally posted by ST-EOS View Post
                I like that Brian a nice lead in and a strong subject
                Agree

                Tom

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                  #9
                  I just realised I used the word 'Memorial' in fact is not a memorial but a Day Mark - a navigation aid.
                  Trev

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                    #10
                    Thanks for pointing that out Trev,
                    the inscription promotes the hope of a second coming...
                    Brian Vickers LRPS

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by @imagesBV View Post
                      Thanks for pointing that out Trev,
                      the inscription promotes the hope of a second coming...
                      I think the inscription refers to a 'second Chance' the cross was built there in the late 1890's by a George Martin who I believe was a local vicar, after two Royal Navy ships collided and sank in the area.
                      The Cornish coast is notorious for ship wrecks.
                      Trev

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                        #12
                        Nice photo

                        Chris

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