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    Maori Lakes Canterbury New Zealand

    Well captured John, great pastel tones in the image. The reflections of the mountains work very well.


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    Re: Fireworks Championships - Plymouth 2019

    Well captured John


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    Re: 3 more Plymouth firework shots for Colin

    Well captured John


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    Re: Hummingbird Hawk Moth

    Nice capture Gordon, I’ve not spotted any this year. They in my experience seem to be creatures of habit, returning to the same areas of the garden to feed. They remind my of harrier jump jets coming...
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    Re: You can checkout any time you like.....

    Nice image John [emoji106] We were in SanFran in 2011 and took a trip to Alcatraz. It was a very interesting tour.


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    Re: Where have they gone?

    Could something have taken the young ones ?
    I’ve noticed a reduction in the numbers of house martins around here can’t understand why though. Their usual nesting sites are still there but not...
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    Re: Why some togs get a bad name

    Sorry John, I promise I won’t do it again [emoji1787]


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    Re: Hi from Andy Light

    Hi Andy,

    Firstly welcome to the forum.

    I'm not sure if I understand your issue regarding the "saved" images that you've described.

    How are you saving the images?
    What software are you...
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    Re: A Visit to Bruar Falls

    For the screw in variety the short answer is yes....but there’s adapters “step up/down” that could be used to use the single filter across different lens diameters.
    The same is true with filters in...
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    Re: A Visit to Bruar Falls

    Its a while since I've walked to those falls David. That was in the days when there was an Inn/Hotel on the roadside rather than that expensive retail place that's there now :wink: I have very...
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    Re: Long Exposure Angel

    I like your image Brian, unlike others I also appreciate the statue!.However that may be down to being brought up in a steel making area, it certainly is an impressive structure when veiwed heading...
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    Setting up website

    I currently use SmugMug for my web site. It was relatively easy to set up and use and includes the ability to incorporate an e-commerce element (subscription plan dependant) with printing and direct...
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    Re: Last nights efforts

    My thoughts exactly the visibility of the galactic centre of the Milky Way makes it for me. Well done Doug.


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  14. Thread: Flickr Issues

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    Re: Flickr Issues

    I've now managed to login to my account. It seems I must have updated the email address that is associated with my Flickr account. As I have one that I use for this on-line sort of thing I started...
  15. Thread: Flickr Issues

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    Re: Flickr Issues

    I too am unable to access my Flickr account from my PC. It says something about me having moved to a new sign in system with a different email address. However my PC only has a stored password for...
  16. Thread: Highland Coo.

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    Highland Coo.

    Hi David I’ve just looked at the village on Google Earth. To see where the temporary building that I mentioned in the TV series was. Approaching the village from Bruar take a right turn at the Athol...
  17. Thread: Special treat

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    Re: Special treat

    Sadly not John, they have my initials on the cuffs and my full name across the toe area. They could come in handy if the local constabulary find me in a collapsed state somewhere [emoji23]


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  18. Thread: Highland Coo.

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    Re: Highland Coo.

    First I have to admit to being one of those foreigners that have made pictures of the Castle “COO’s” David[emoji6]
    As a family we spent a number of holidays in the early 1980’s staying in one of...
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    Special treat

    Well, I was looking forward to seeing the images from your jeep safari. Then I caught up with the previous posts.
    I don’t know how people who sell goods/services in that sort manner sleep at night....
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    Re: Special treat

    Strange that Colin, my favourite Niece has previously sent me personalised socks! All the way from New Jersey. The postman left a card advising me that there was a parcel they couldn’t deliver as it...
  21. Thread: Kestrel Young

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    Re: Kestrel Young

    Well spotted and captured Paul [emoji106]


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    Two more from the sames night

    Very nice Doug. I wish I had moved to NZ to be able to capture images like this. Keep posting your images they inspire me to attempt to capture Milky Way images in the UK. One lives in hope [emoji6]...
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    Re: Another of mine in Steam Railway mag...

    Congratulations John, well done.


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  24. Thread: Best in Show.

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    Re: Best in Show.

    Congratulations Colin, that’s one well captured image.


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  25. Thread: Spiked Berries

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    Re: Spiked Berries

    Based on the foliage it looks like it could be a type of conifer to me. But I could be wrong!


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