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    Re: Action with the R

    Good pics Brian.

    My action pics so far have been limited to birds in the garden and the kite surfers. For the shots of the starlings I took on the bird feeder I used focus tracking with the max...
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    Re: Highland Lighthouse

    A good pic Tom.

    A similar exercise was carried out on the Belle Tout lighthouse on top of the white cliffs near Eastbourne in East Sussex in 1999, it was moved as a complete structure 56ft inland...
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    Re: EOS RP back button focus

    Youíre welcome Brian, look on page 32 for the layout of the camera buttons. It is No. 8
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    Re: EOS RP back button focus

    I donít have an RP but a quick look at the manual shows there is an AF ON button present, so yes it does.
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    Re: Hippopotamus

    A brilliant set Brian, love the symmetry of the first; its crying out for a caption!
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    Re: Chihuly at Kew Gardens

    A lovely set Alex, particularly like the 1st and 4th
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    Re: Durham Cathedral from the river

    A lovely classic shot of the cathedral, for me the colours appear a little too saturated; but there again it may have just been a bright day!
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    Re: Waterfront festival

    Glad you all liked the pics; thank you everyone for looking and all the comments, they are appreciated.

    Trev, the two inshore ribs are based in the local harbour, the remaining two larger...
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    Waterfront festival

    Went down to the waterfront festival by the river on Sunday to take some pics of the offshore power boats that were scheduled to go out for a race, unfortunately adverse sea conditions stopped them...
  10. Thread: Water Vole

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    Re: Water Vole

    Thank you for the comments all, appreciated.

    It was indeed Pulborough wildbrooks, the exact location was the pond at redstart corner. I was there to photograph mayflies but that went out of the...
  11. Thread: Kite Surfers

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    Re: Kite Surfers

    Thank you everyone for the comments, they are appreciated. Iíll make sure to keep an eye on the sharpening.

    Kite surfing (or even sailboarding for that matter) is not a sport that I have done or...
  12. Thread: Water Vole

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    Water Vole

    In the trip to the local wildlife brooks a little while ago I was lucky enough to see this little fella charging about the pond. He never kept still and I was always in the wrong place until the very...
  13. Thread: Kite Surfers

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    Kite Surfers

    Went down to the seafront the other day just after the very high winds; the kite and wind surfers were having a field day as although the very high wind had abated there was still a very strong...
  14. Thread: Tower Bridge

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    Re: Tower Bridge

    That is a lovely shot Colin and well worth the perseverance. Most would have been well pleased to have taken it
  15. Re: F1 from the (not so) cheap seats at Silverstone in 2019

    Well done, these are all gorgeous pics. Nos. 6, 1 & 2 are my favourites though in that order.
  16. Thread: Brown Rat

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    Re: Brown Rat

    Good shot , glad it was taken somewhere else! There arenít any of these round our bird feeders now either....(although I do have the pics).
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    Re: Skogafoss Waterfall

    What a lovely shot. And it looks like you had the place to yourself as well. Well done.
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    Re: Redshank

    Nice shot, posing well for you.
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    Re: Sweet Pea Shadows.

    I like that too. Reminds you of the shadow puppets
  20. Thread: Juvenile Robin

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    Juvenile Robin

    This is the latest juvenile to appear in the garden, made a very brief appearance and was then gone again. I always have the camera to hand just in case, it has proved to be an invaluable strategy.
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  21. Thread: Flickr Issues

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    Re: Flickr Issues

    I had a problem logging in initially after the change, incorrect password. It said the password was still wrong even after I changed it, the problem turned out to be that the email address is case...
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    Re: Juvenile Dunnock

    Thanks Steve, that provides good confirmation of the identification
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    Re: Juvenile Dunnock

    Thanks for looking Trev & Bill
  24. Thread: Moon Trio

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    Re: Moon Trio

    Thatís good Colin, a different take on a moon picture. The comparison is interesting too, each image is very subtly different.
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    Re: Challenge 155 Ė Pets

    Bertie
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48293733412_f52daf4b8a_c.jpgEOR_1030 by Ian, on Flickr
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