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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A 'street level' view from where Cathedral Street joins Montague Close SE1 Looking down Cathedral Street, toward 'The Golden Hind' replica, part of which is visible in the photo? Minerva Building to the right, Southwark Cathedral behind the photographer

'Minerva'' statue in foreground, by Allan Collins, Southwark Cathedral in the background, at Montague Close, London SE1

The World War 1 French Colonial Corps Memorial, near Rossignol, Belgium. Visited the area during a Holts Tours: Battlefield Tour in August 2009

Stanton Drew Stone Circles, near Stanton Drew, Bristol, England. An'ancient monument': circle of vertical, semi-vertical, horizontal stones. Owned by English Heritage, in a private owned field, east of Stanton Prior.

Photo of former 'The Bridge' pub before demolition, next to the Station Road, Titford Canal bridge, Oldbury, Dudley

Titford Engine House,Tiford Canal Oldbury, Dudley Snow on ground, surface water frozen, 'grey' clouds?

View of the Caldon Canal, at Consall Forge, ST9 0AJ Taken from near former canalside lime kiln workings.

The Chicago Tribune Tower's Postal Address: Tribune Tower 435 N Michigan Ave #6 Chicago, IL 60611 United States

St Lawrence Jewry, Gresham Street, London The church tower is not straight in the picture? Due to the angle it was taken from ground level? The spire on top the church tower, a post war replacement for an earlier spire on the tower? Put there by Sir Christopher Wren, is out of line with the rest of the tower? In other ways the spire is in line: compass wise?

View of the tower of the Colosieum Theatre, St Martin's Lane, London

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