Duncan M Wilmot
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I began photography in my late teens now in my 50's: have learned a lot, am still learning? With me the photographs i take are a matter of personal choice they bring me enjoyment Gets me thinking: what i take, where I am, what could, should happen, but does not?

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Bonjour nous sommes dans la réalisation d'un livre historique sur le 1er RIMa héritier du 1er RIC. Serait-il possible d'avoir une autorisation pour la publication de cette superbe photo dans notre livre au chapitre de Rossignol ? Par avance merci pour votre réponse. Cordialement (ps : dans le cas d'une réponse positive, merci de me communiquer votre copyright)

Statue is of Captain Albert Ball RFC VC, a First World War Ace, KIA 1917 In Nottingham Castle Gardens, Nottingham, England, UK

Bandstand in the 'centre' of the Nottingham Castle Gardens, Nottingham, UK All the gardens public paths from the outside, lead to this central point? This makes it a 'public music centre', when a band is playing in the stand?

Hello - I am a Bristolian and I agree with D.M Wilmot [Comment #1] This is a bridge on the Camerton Branch as it became under GWR auspices. If one went back to Midford and looked at photos there one would see the old S & D. J. R crossing this branch line on the Midford Viaduct. The Camerton branch here is also on a bridge underneath the old S & D viaduct crossing a stream or an old canal. There is also a minor road mixed up in the bridges. Enjoy the history, Regards from Phil Hicks, Leura. NSW. Australia.

A view of the Wolverhampton Road bridge, and the Old Smith Flour Mill On Lock 7 of the Walsall Canal, Birchhills, Walsall, West Midlands, UK Not the Wyerley & Essington Canal, which is furtherer NE from this point

Like it, took photo of the Piccadilly, Central London 'rooftop' feature, In the early hours of 'Remembrance Sunday' 8th November 2015. Called it 'weighed in the balance': figure carrying a sword and scales

I believe it is Noirmont Point,on South West side of St Aubins Bay, Jersey

The possible title for this photo could be 'One for the Roman' road'? Sculpture is called 'Gaius Sentius' by Gordon Young 1992 Marks the spot where the railway, intersected a 'Roman' road, course of

This cycle track and pedestrian bridge over A4174, the 'Avon' Ring Road? Part of the Bath to Bristol Railway Path, is not so clean now?

That bridge scares me.

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