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I like this one too. cheers, densil

good reflections + fisheye. greetings, densil

I like this area of Cardiff especially. I stayed in Melrose Avenue for several weeks in the past - too long ago almost. I love your red telephone box here in the photograph, the whole way you composed the photograph.

Ok, one or two more comments. Love Roath park and the lake. All my photographs are on film from here because I lived in Cardiff until 2003 for three years when I mainly or really only used film cameras. Remember the swans and a pedal boat as well. Sometimes I had a stroll around RoathPark lake and an ice-cream. It is beautiful here in the summer when you want to take a break from the city centre and the cars, traffic but it is also very nice in the autumn with the colourful leaves.

What a fantastic tree. Must take a look at more of your photos tomorrow. Have a visitor here so that is taking up all my time (and energy). Would rather look at some more photographs. Kind regards and nos da, Annette. Happy you like the Borth at nighttime photographs which I took yesterday, just with a tripod. Did not do anything to the photo in Photoshop. I prefer the photos naturally and not so much in HDR...

very beautiful night shot



Hi ,

by more than 2200 members and >12100 photos taken in difficult situations,this collection stands 14st in most popular panoramio groups,please add your included photos in

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Thanks for deciding to join my "Stone Circles and Ancient Sites of the British Isles" group. You're welcome to join with this photo. Include some of your others too now you're in the group, though preferably ones without too many people in them! I find a lone figure can add to the scale of the stones, but multitudes of tourists, I think detracts from the mystery of these amazing places. Best wishes - Jim

Excelente. Eu Gosto. Bem vindo ao Grupo Beach and Sea


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