Steve Paxton
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I come from a back ground of parents who loved to take photo and still very much a part of their lives and I guess you could say its rubbed off. I enjoy surfing, family life and taking photos as a Hobby. I started here on panoramio to show the world a little about my small corner of the world. I hope you enjoy the photos and come away knowing a bit more about this world we live in and how different this part of the world is to the rest of Europe and most other parts of the world. I have turned the camera back 34 years with a D600 full frame camera enjoying it. Current lens FYI Nikon 50mm F1.4 G Nikon 105mm F2.8 G Nikon 24-120mm F4 G Nikon 70-200mm F4 G Samyang 14mm F2.8 still enjoy helping other to enjoy photography as well. NO MORE INVITES TO NEW GROUPS I DON'T HAVE THE TIME ANY MORE, NOT UNLESS I KNOW WHO YOU ARE AND YOUR GROUP IS JUST UP MY ALLY, OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE MEET WITH REJECTION.
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It is great that you were allowed to go into these area's Steve. Greetings Berend

David i love the tones in the shot its funny how we see the otherwise brown change to green in winter it only takes a little rain and less sunshine. Steve

David just love the colour and the hidden face of the well i have to say lion but i will stand corrected. Steve

Ger & Jan this is what you get when you are not quite what you are after. i took myself and my son to paint the rocks to make the shot. just love the tree. from my point of view glad to bring it to you i hope it inspires you as well.Many thanks Steve

Berend this was from my fist day here a very fast look see no 14mm no tripod. a truly wonderful building but it truth not seen by that many. most would not even stop to look at this shot and the view. Steve

Berend this is the bottom clear flower on the frosted window as far up as i am allowed before the unsafe ladders that climb the tower proper. like i said you will never see this view why i hope i is accepted to GE. Steve

Berend you know this but you would never see this look at the linked shot see the frosted glass window front of building this is from inside behind the window that looks down on to High Street Mall. like said a view you will never in a million years see. so what are you seeing, the sunlight coming through the clear parts of the frosted windows reflected on the wall. a shot you will never ever see.thanks i am happy to bring it to you. Steve

Berend i have to come back here 24mm does not do it justice but all the chairs where stacked away when i got here with 14mm & tripod. this is 24mm resting on railing to get the shot. the behind me shot i want to set up a ghost shot. Thanks but stay posted for the return shot once i get told. Steve

Stuart i had to move these chairs to set up the shot i think a knight was sitting on each and every one in full armor they where so heavy.

Berend i first walked in this room and walked out i need 14mm and tripod to do it justice. the wood is amazing so are the photos of all the mayors on the three walls but one has been lost to water damage but thankfully the room has been nailed. i was lucky to get this shot a place you would never ever see i just hope it makes GE too good to hide. many thanks both of you its part of history you would never otherwise see.Steve

Berend you got it right a very serious chair so its not that comfortable no falling asleep here. Steve



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