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This is the kind of picture I would love to have the opportunity to take Amelia!. I have taken not of your camera settings :) Beautiful - L&F. Cheers, Rosa.

Thanks a lot all Dear friends for your very nice words and LIKE 110/FAV 321. I am very pleased and really appreciate it.

Best wishes from Slovakia

Majka

So romantic image,..."photographed by a man in a dark blue jacket" :)) I like very much . L/F

Friendly greetings, Nina

I agree with Steve D :) LIKE

Greetings, Nins

Hi Sarah,

I agree with Amelia here, you have chosen a long exposure, and that has picked out the water splashes as Steve points out, as well as getting the blur of the wings. A nice sense of movement which I like.

Best wishes Peter

Hi Sarah,

An immaculate set of bikes, which I am sure belong to some very nice gentlemen, and very nicely captured too! I like the way you have included the stars and stripes right in the middle of the shot. A good piece of national pride!

Best Wishes Peter

PS Steve, the centre stand is an accessory, and is adjustable to keep the wheels on the ground if desired.

Hello Peter one thing to be said of the farmers of Lincolnshire they keep their hedges trimmed to perfection .. i am pleased they do so i could get this shot of the cathedral from afar :))

best wishes ... steve

Hello Peter i will look up the info on those light sources from your link above thank you :))

this was one of only three inland lighthouses built in the U.K and to some degree you are right this land was boggy and liable to low laying mist hampering the travel across the open marshland also In the 1700s travellers making their way from Sleaford to Lincoln had been confronted by highwaymen on the bleak western heath of Dunston & Nocton. One such holdup ended in the murder of Christoper Wilkinson, who refused to hand over his money to Dick Turpin. ... just outside Ruskington along the A15 modern road that passes this pillar there is a Hangmans hollow where the gallows used to stand with caught highway men were tarred and hung in a cage till the bones fell through the gaps ....

best wishes ... steve

My dear Füsun,

What a great sense of movement you have captured here, with the veils flowing in the wind,,, i like it!

Love Peter XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXx

My dear Füsun,

What a nice hat the lady is wearing!! Very cleverly thought out picture.

Love Peter XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXx

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