Mar 29, 2013
A Focke Wulf 190 does a low pass (Weston Park Air Show and a Panasonic DMC-TZ10)
And maybe another little Focker but I'm not sure...
World War One Memorials visited during a quick trip to France on Friday.
Warlencourt Military Cemetery.
Beaumont Hamel, home to the Newfoundland Regiment.
The memorial holds the names of those missing and never found.
This is where it got really eerie. In all my visits to war memorials this is the first time I had ever come across the existing trenches.
Very sombre moment as you actually walk through a trench.
This is a very large monument holding the names of 72,000 soldiers of WW1 who were never found, names are removed once the remains are found and buried with full military honours.
Cemetery for the ones found.
Thanks for sharing Sidibear, hope I get chance to visit myself. :icon_thumright:
A sneaky one from my Fish Tank
Mark, your fish is nice and your dog is so adorable. x
Fish are mine, dog is the my partners parent's.... She's lovely though
Really great pics mark. Now dont be a stranger down here in photography section. We have a few areas to choose from. x
My new purchase and protection for the car....
Hi mark, thanks for posting your picâs, and like Sandra said.. âdonât be a strangerâ
Love the photos of the fish, wish I took more photos of my tank when I had it. :icon_thumright:
PS.. Sandra you must give Mark an ASN award for the most OCD signature!!
Fantastic pics as usual Paul. Where were these taken? x
Thank you Sandra.
All taken at Dover, the first one from White Cliff car park and the other two approaching the harbour while still on the ferry.
Bit of light painting.
Nice effect Paul. x
@sidibear another great picture. x
I took this one a while back while out walking with my Grandsons. I don't know what it was that captured their attention but when I saw this on the full screen at home, I realised that this picture was quite special, (for me anyway).
The original colour shot did nothing for me but, in black and white, it really stands out.
Natural beats a pose any day of the week, and this is a special photo.
@Ghost, Thanks Ghost, I love this pic and my daughter had it made into an acrylic for my desk. If I never take another photo, this one will always be enough for me.
That's an interesting pic @Ghost, where did you see that? x
Just when out and about local Sandra.
Flying Scotsman earlier today on the Severn Valley railway:
Panasonic Lumix DMC-F272 20-1200mm f2.8-5.9 lens
Nice one John, I'm looking out to see him, but there's not to much info when & where he's running.
Severn Valley tomorrow, Spooky, along with the Tornado; see http://www.expressandstar.com/enter...flying-scotsman-on-the-severn-valley-railway/
Was trying to capture the enthusiasm of others as much as the Flying Scotsman herself:
Great shots John, like @Ghost, I'd love to catch The Flying Scotsman.
Best I have is Tornado, the one built from scratch a few years back, running here as "The Seaforth Highlander".
I'm into narrow gauge, Jake
And even narrower gauge...
No narrow gauge this far North John, but I really like Roedeer in the last shot, that's a thing of beauty.
There's more, Jake; enjoy:
Thanks John, much appreciated.....
Jake, check out http://www.scmes.co.uk/
You'll need to trawl through but lots of information
Added to the favourites bar so I can trawl through when Mrs S is on nights.....
Devil’s Bridge narrow gauge railway...
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