And now for the gallery... ...what images have you got?

Haven’t seen a photography thread, could be wrong of course. By no means am I a photographer of any skill whatsoever, be good to see what people have shot. Here’s a couple, one from post-Lakesman and one from when we were allowed to go abroad


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Felixstowe, Wiseman’s Bridge, Weymouth from recent trips.



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The kids after sailing at South Queensferry

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This was taken from my bedroom window on a hazy morning in December 2013.

Note - The sun only tracks low enough to dip below the arch around the Winter Solstice.

Wembley Henge

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I know as much about photography as I do about brain surgery but are these with camera or phones?

My pic is unfiltered with the camera on my phone.

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@FatPom - A ‘bridge’ camera for mine (Canon Powershot SX500).

Also ‘as taken’ with no digital tricks applied.

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Nothing technical about this pic, it’s just favourite of all. Little One was 3.5yrs old and could already stand up and ride. Westward Ho!

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From the space that would become the bike racking area a few hours later… Nice, 2014.

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A few of my faves from over the years. They’ve all lost a bit to compression, so not as sharp as the originals.

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I’m the least arty person going, so using a bit of natural border when I hid in a cave rom a downpour pleased me.

Tigers were at Longleat, but a great reminder of a top day.

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Tend to mostly do photos of architecture being that’s what I studied at university



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Is that the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona?

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Yep, well recognised - anniversary trip around 9 years ago

Let’s play, name that building…

Famous world landscapes maybe. Buildings - not a chance for me!

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Housey MacHouse Face.

Is there a prize?

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Corbusier’s Villa Savoye :heart_eyes:

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yep

Next up - easy one this

Is it Poets conservatory?

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British Museum (see Manchester library/museum extension of how NOT to do this)