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I am an enthusiastic amateur. I take mainly 35mm film. My photographic aspiration is to produce landscape photos that present the subject in the most pleasing and natural way possible. I no longer participate in the forum due to the absolute pig's ear that G**gle have made of it. I appreciate sincere comments and will endeavour to visit the galleries of those who leave them. COPY AND PASTED COMMENTS WILL BE IGNORED AND/OR DELETED.

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Thanks, Keith. I agree about the art.



I am glad that you arrived home! :)

Gorgeous colours and great capture of this amazing place, like and fav - kind Regards from Durham - Stu

Thanks, Rollie, for your visit and very nice comment. Best wishes, Marilyn

The caldera is such an awe-inspiring place that the hardest part of shooting it is deciding which way to point the camera. I really appreciate your visit and wonderful comments Marilyn.

Regards, Keith

Thanks Marilyn. There were signs up in the main part of the cathedral banning photography, but as I threw a £5 note in the collection box, I felt justified in shooting "almost outside" in the cloister. It's a great place, inside and out.


It was quite a while since I last visited and I am glad we had time to visit before our holiday. The cathedral offers many scenes like this that are a gift to the photographer - a fitting resting place for our northern saint, St. Cuthbert.

Thanks Marilyn.


That's lovely Marilyn. Solid gold? I'll take a chisel if I ever visit.


Excellent framing and I love the distorted miniature, Marilyn. I am guessing that air pollution is pretty bad there. It even looks misty on the aerial map right of your photo. I looks a fascinating place to visit though.


I'm glad you enjoyed this, Keith, Judit, Dany, Antonio, and Mira. Finally our snow is melting! It has been a long winter.

Best wishes, Marilyn


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