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  1. Thread: Hi From Lee

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    Re: Hi From Lee

    Hello Lee and welcome to the Forum.

    Some amazing photo's on your Flickr account and I look forward to seeing more on the Forum.:smile:
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    Re: Canon EF 24-700mm F4L IS USM Lens

    Thanks Brian, you're a pal. I'll get Mrs C to lug that one around for me. :smile:
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    Re: London Bridge Sunset

    I don't think Ray Davis would have minded for those lovely images Brian.
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    Re: Yesterday at Covent Garden

    Nice images Roy and one of my favourite places when in London, although many of the individual shops seem to have been replaced with coffee shops.
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    Re: Canon EF 24-700mm F4L IS USM Lens

    Quite happy to suffer for my photography Peter. :smile:
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    Re: Coton Manor Northamptonshire.

    To go back a little in time, my 17-40mm has a date reference of US0200. This relates to manufacture in the Utsunomia factory in February 2004.

    I was in the market for a wide-angle zoom and on...
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    Canon EF 24-700mm F4L IS USM Lens

    I loved the winning entry in the reader challenge "Frame it". A well seen and beautifully taken image of the two young monks surrounded by the white arches. A very worthy winner against some stiff...
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    Congratulations Brian Sugden

    Very well done Brian and Christine for their feature article in the EOS Magazine on Wildlife.

    A very interesting and informative article, accompanied by some superb photography and insights to...
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    Re: Canon M5 Conundrum

    Hello Paula and welcome to the Forum.

    It certainly doesn't seem like logical behaviour, or brand consistency to me. Just as an initial response, there are often Firmware updates after a camera is...
  10. Re: Nessie found alive and well in Paradise, Pa

    Possibly (N) essyjet? :smile:
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    Re: Guard of Honour.

    Noting the name on the hydraulic arms, perhaps the happy couple had taken the hint and were busy with their nuptials? :smile:
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    Emerging Kingfisher

    Not the nest Kingfisher image I have ever taken, but I was pleased with the outcome as it was a fair distance away, taken on a big lens with a 1.4x.
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    Re: Bee on Knapweed

    You nailed that one. Macro working rather well for you.
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    Re: Train to Southampton

    Nothing immediately springs to mind for Southampton. Mrs C uses it for shopping and you will pass the West Quay shopping centre on the way to your hotel. I use her shopping time to visit my Canon...
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    Re: Coton Manor Northamptonshire.

    What a beautiful garden. Just rustic enough not to look contrived.

    I am also a fan of the 17-40mm. I bought mine over the 16-35mm F2.8, as it was sharper. Granted the MKII and MKIII 16-35mm...
  16. Re: Nessie found alive and well in Paradise, Pa

    So that's where she went! :smile:
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    Re: Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct

    I like the composition of that Tom.

    It does look better on Flickr with a lot more "punch" to it.
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    Re: Train to Southampton

    Hi Tom

    United Airlines operate from Terminal 2 at Heathrow. After passing through Customs etc, look for the "Underground" train signs for London and you want the "Waterloo" train station. Fares...
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    Re: Grey Heron on the edge

    Just about to go. Nice timing Gary.
  20. Thread: Torbay Sunrise

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    Re: Torbay Sunrise

    That is certainly a big sky John.
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    Re: Crown Crane Ngorongoro Crater Tanzania.

    What a beauty.
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    Re: Fallow Melanistic Buck in Velvet

    Well done Mark.

    The low angle provides a great out of focus lead-in to the shot and your stalking skills have certainly paid off.
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    Great White Egret

    Quite rare in the UK, but we have three at Blashford Lakes; one seems to be resident and two visitors.

    I rather liked the feather detail on this one, as the feathers were in stall, prior to...
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    Re: Kingfisher in dappled light

    Nice frame filling set Paul.

    They often look around and up to be aware of any potential predators. Many a juvenile didn't and fell foul to a Sparrow Hawk.
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    Re: Shikra (female) with prey.

    An amazing sequence, well done.
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