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John Saunders

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You should see where I was born. It is a slice of heaven. It is called Antalya, a city of Turkey. Magnificent sea and landscape, definitely a must-see.
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Happy Grumpz

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The last ones a beauty
 

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Happy Grumpz

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Here's one of St Mary's Lighthouse in Whitley Bay

Canon 5D Mk3
Canon EF 17-40 f/4
33mm
ISO100
10 Seconds

Lee Big Stopper
Lee 0.6 Soft Grad
Lee 105mm Circular Polariser

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rosinap

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You guys make me jelly, I haven't been anywhere this summer. :( but I don't really want to, either, I just love staying at home.
 

QuattroCalum

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The last pic with the bike, I overtook him on a right hand corner as there was nothing coming, he was cruising along at 60 those are the kind of corners bikes were made for, he should be ashamed of himself.


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Happy Grumpz

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Andyb5tdi

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Nothing impressive about the photography, but something I've wanted to do for a while was visit Brunel's Box tunnel near Bath, and yesterday I got the opportunity. Unfortunately the embankment is very overgrown so you can see very little from the official viewing platform, but I did manage to get this one from the road while it was raining lol

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QuattroCalum

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I had another trip to Skye this week, specifically, to try and catch the sunset at a village on the West coast called Elgol. It didn't work out as I'd hoped due to low cloud. I was trying to catch the sun setting against the Cuillins but, no joy, got this one though, so it wasn't a wasted trip.
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For anyone travelling there, head for Broadford on the A87 and take a left at the main car park. From there, follow the B8083 for 15 miles. The last mile down to the jetty is very steep and the B8083 is not the best of roads, worth it when you get there, as the view of the Cuillins from Elgol is fantastic.

Yep, been on that road to Elgol for the boat trip, eaten alive by midgies while waiting. Yeah it’s some road great views though, back up to Skye next weekend for a couple of nights at Raasay House on the isle of Raasay just off Skye.


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