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#51
(Oct 9, 2013, 11:46)Vik Wrote: There's no fire, just a comment tying together the wet dog and the dog-in-the-fire pics I posted earlier

But here's a pic of a coal fire anyway Tongue
(with no real artistic merit)

Well, thank you Smile

But I strongly believe that coal is good for only one thing - grill Big Grin

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#52
    And grills are best used for keeping things behind.
#53
From Chain ............. To Chain Link

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Canon EOS 650D with 18-55 kit lens/ 75-300 zoom/ 100-400 zoom
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#54
From small water to BIG water (Uig Bay, Isle of Skye)
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“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.”
Ansel Adams
#55
More Water and a Train (Chain) Link.

http://img.gg/o9zxb5w
#56
Anyone want to play?

(Oct 20, 2013, 02:15)James Tate Wrote: From small water to BIG water (Uig Bay, Isle of Skye)
...

Big water has to be crossed somehow..

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#57
Nice one Korry. Mine seems to have sunk without trace so here it is again.
Another method of crossing ! Mike.

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#58
Wow! That's one giant bridge.

We have bridges in Croatia too, even without water Smile

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#59
You are right Korry, it is a big bridge.
The Forth Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge. Construction started in 1883 and it was opened on the 4th March 1890. It spans 2,528.7m. Clearance below is 46m. The cantilever structures are 100.6m tall. Mike
#60
[attachment=4981]Fun in the park
#61
I'm sorry I'll try again.
I noticed the steps in previous image so these are the steps in Bristol Central Library.

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#62
Clock tower with arches through the arch of a hedge:

   

Cheers.
Philip
#63
[attachment=4987]Bridge over the Snake River Twin Falls Idaho
#64
Commando Memorial, Spean Bridge, Scottish Highlands.

   
Ask yourself, "What's most important for the final image?".
#65
   

Memorial. " poppy"
#66
Memorial? The Battle of Britain memorial in London Town

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GrahamS
Take my advice.  I'm not using it.Wink

#67
Battle? Britain? (That should give infinite choices) RAF? Monument? Flight?

Well, come on, then!
GrahamS
Take my advice.  I'm not using it.Wink

#68
Local war memorial. Ed.
To each his own!
#69
(Sep 6, 2016, 02:05)EdMak Wrote: Local war memorial.  Ed.
War in the Toilets : P-day - part of the Toilet Diaries. 
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#70
From Toilet War, to Civil....

7DII, 1/4000s, f/5.6, ISO800, 84mm
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#71
From war to Victory! SPARTAAAAA!!!!
(our main photo i did with my best friend/colleague photographer when we decided to go on a photo-tour through Europe and conquer it with our gear.  https://illuminationtour.wordpress.com/

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BTW Great photo EnglishBob!!! Big Grin
#72
From Victory to Celebration:

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