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    Re: Cider for Your Soul...

    Nice set of images John.



    It's still there!
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    Re: Finally an in flight shot

    Excellent work Gary - spot on!
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    Re: Tornado returning the Bristol

    Easy peasy - I just altered the crop! The original full image has plenty of room around the train.

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    Re: Young Blackbird

    Thanks Trev & Bill.



    I did gesticulate to it to move along a bit, but it took not a blind bit of notice!
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    Re: Teenage Robin

    Well captured Trev - we also seem to have hordes of robins this year - I fear there will be some punch-ups as the youngsters get ther full red breast.
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    Young Blackbird

    This youngster was nosing round (or should that be beaking round?) the stables this morning.


    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48255853221_3c152fc862_c.jpgYoung Blackbird by John Liddle, on...
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    Re: Wild or Captive, does it matter?

    Well said John - I agree entirely - but be careful not to fall off that soap-box
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    I like it John.



    I expect it's because they're kept awake by all those trains going past:biggrin:
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    Re: Tornado returning the Bristol

    Thanks for looking and commenting chaps.



    Just for you John, more LHS


    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48239242127_379981a4c3_c.jpgMono Tornado returning to Bristol - more LHS by John...
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    Tornado returning the Bristol

    I posted this in the transport section, but it belongs here as well.

    Aploogies for the mangled title (which I cannot edit once posted) - a case of finger beating brain - please mentally delete...
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    Re: Tornado on the return to Bristol

    Thanks for looking and commenting chaps.



    Now why didn't I think of that...... (it's in the Mono section as well)


    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48219655632_ea47d45e88_c.jpgMono...
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    Re: Tornado at Hollicombe...

    Good stuff John!
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    Re: 60163 ‘Tornado’ at Goodrington

    That's lovely Colin - it could be a bygone advertising poster!
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    Re: 60163 Tornado passing Powderham

    Excellent capture Trev
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    Tornado on the return to Bristol

    What a difference a few hours makes in the weather and light!

    Really gloomy by the time Tornado got close to me on its final run into Temple Meads hauling the Dart & Torbay Express.

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    Re: Brodsworth Hall

    A nice set Derek - but how on earth did you manage to avoid getting the rest of the public in the shots?!

    I'm being picky here, but I think the images of the main building would benefit from a...
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    Re: Coventry Motor Museum

    Thanks for looking and commenting chaps. I enjoyed trying to use the wide end of my new 16-35 to get the subject into the frame without too many distracting elements - it did require the odd bit of...
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    The Whittle Arch - Coventry

    Outside the Coventry Motor Museum there is a large paved area known as Millenium Place, which is surmounted by a very large structure - the Whittle Arch. This honours the contribution to aero engine...
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    Coventry Motor Museum

    My local tractor club had a jolly day out yesterday and visited the above.

    It is a very well presented and comprehensive museum, with loads of examples of wonderful British-made vehicles.

    A...
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    Re: Coventry Cathedral

    Thanks for commenting Ian - I toyed with the idea of closing in on the window because, as you say, it would bring it into increased prominence.

    Eventually I decided that the foreground gave a...
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    Coventry Cathedral

    I went on our annual tractor club day out yesterday, which took in the Coventry Motor museum and the Midlands Air museum.

    Between the two, I sneaked in a visit to Coventry Cathedral, a place I had...
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    Re: Challenge 154. The Colour Red.

    A good challenge Dave, which provoked a good set of very different entries.

    Congratulations to Colin - we await the next chapter!
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    Re: Passchendaele WW1 Cemetery, Ypres

    :thumbsup:

    When you see those serried ranks of memorial stones it brings home the scale of loss on all sides.
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    Re: Liberator details

    Thanks to all who have looked and commented, and in particular to TonyT for his kind and encouraging words.
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    Pyramid

    We have a small patch in the garden which is home to a cluster of common spotted orchids, but amongst them we now have one pyramid-shaped orchid.


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