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    Quote Originally Posted by Parsen66 View Post
    Yours came out better than mine a Tony, great shot and a great day.

    We walked almost 9 miles! My legs are well aware of that
    It was an excellent day. When I got back though I did worry about your comment that my route finding skills did centre on the names of pubs. Back in the day that was so much more enjoyable than using your smart phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanEastwood View Post
    Well done Tony, I like it very much. As suggested, I might have been tempted to crop the bottom but we all see through different eyes and I still think its great.

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    Thank Stann II, I'll look at the crop
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    Quote Originally Posted by tesarver View Post
    Very nice work. Like the long exposure

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    Thank you Tom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Hawkins View Post
    Cheers Ian. I had to guide Alan around - glad to say I didn't lose him all day
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Hawkins View Post
    It was an excellent day. When I got back though I did worry about your comment that my route finding skills did centre on the names of pubs. Back in the day that was so much more enjoyable than using your smart phone.
    Had I lost you, the nearest drinking hole would have been my destination. Eventually you'll turn up!
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    Default Re: The Shard and the Thames

    like it, my first thought was a little off the bottom too

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    Very nice indeed, B&W really suits it

    Regards Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Hawkins View Post
    Thanks Pat. Looking forward to you joining us next time. Your Bro suggested a London night shoot sometime.
    Defo Tony, I've not really had any exposure to night shoots - see what I did there??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Hawkins View Post
    Cheers Ian. I had to guide Alan around - glad to say I didn't lose him all day
    Despite your valiant attempts.....

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    Excellent composition Tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    like it, my first thought was a little off the bottom too

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    Thanks Stan - have just updated the post with a cropped version.
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