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    Another kid versus dog

    Just think of the uproar that would have been created, had it been a fox and not a dog, the foxhunting brigade would have had a field day with it.. but as it's a dog.......
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    Beginner Just starting out, Bridge Camera advice needed

    Of course you right, any good photographer could take really excellent photo's with any cheap camera of any type. like you say, it's not what you have in hand, it's whats between the ears. We must all have heard "All the gear & no idea" before. My opinion was DSLRs are best.
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    Beginner Just starting out, Bridge Camera advice needed

    You said that, not me, all cameras have uses, but if your serious about photography, you need a DSLR, if you want snaps, there is plenty of choices.
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    Beginner Just starting out, Bridge Camera advice needed

    DSLR is the way to go, end of.
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    Cricket postioning

    You can go near the sight screens, just not behind the bowlers arm, if you know what I mean, my three sons all played cricket, junior, second team ect, my 18yr old played from when he was 7yrs old upto this year, he's 18 now, so I've been to a lot of matches. Just don't be moving about when the...
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    Undecided Locations around Keighley for Wildlife

    I've seen the kingfishers at Fairburn on my only visit there last year, lots of screens ect for watcher to hide behind while looking at all the wildlife, guys there with expensive gear photting the birds, with some big lenses also.
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    A Frosty Morning at Chatsworth

    Hi, Really nice collection of photo's you have. Well done.
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    Six A4 Pacific's at Sheldon

    Hi, I'm a bit of a railway enthusiast, but... even if they are never to been seen together again, the price they where asking for the night shoot WAS very much *over the top*. I've seen them all anyway, so paying to see them all in the "dark" on a wet evening, was something I'm not worried about...
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    Our new kitten

    Looks a big kitten to me lol, nice though.
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    Wild Little owl

    Great photo of a fantastic bird.
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    Cornwall cut-off by rail!

    Hi, One thing nobody seems to have noticed, the Wall at Dawlish was faulty for a while. I've seen a photo, taken during the summer, that shows a *dip* in the level of the top of the wall and a bulge outwards, right at the point it failed. Funny how nobody appears to have noticed this. (100%...
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    Kingfisher

    Fabulous capture, I dream of getting shots like that.
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    Wild Red Squirrels

    Great set, love them, If only they where in Yorkshire!
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    Another crack at the Kingfisher

    Oh I love these birds, sadly can't ever seem to get close enough for my lens. Well done, look forward to seeing more now lol Makes me want to have another crack at them, when we get some decent weather. I've borrowed my mates 2x converter, I have to go manual focus for the reasons you mention...
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    3rd place - WHITE

    Hi, congrats, Love "different", like this, great idea :)
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    Ouch

    The son need to be taught a lesson, a little jail term should teach him he can't attack anyone he chooses to, for whatever reason. (though I doubt it will happen, because of who he is )
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    Best way to photograph Foxes

    Hi, I never seem to see them during daylight hours, then IF I do, I'm normally working without a camera. They seem to be anywhere & everywhere here in West Yorkshire. I have two cats and foxes don't bother them & visa versa, I've even seen the cat sat in the gateway and the fox just jumped over...
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    Recommended Zoos / Wildlife Parks

    Hi, A friend told me that Yorkshire Wildlife Park near Doncaster is good, never been myself, yet!
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    North England A week in berwick upon tweed

    I remember spending a week there as a teenager with my parents 40yrs ago, Seals in the harbour and salmon fishermen I remember from the time.
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    Birds in your garden

    Hi, I'm not having any luck attracting birds into the garden, wood pigeons and blackbirds once or twice a day, the odd rare sparrow, blue tit's every now and again. Got seed & nuts out in feeders. Not much happening though.
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    A bit of Groyne exposure

    Now that's what I call a good photograph!
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    clock face

    I don't see any pic or link to one ??
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    The new version of Flickr

    No not just you, I aggree 100% like many many others, to quote an American term "it sucks":shake:
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    What sports are YOU shooting this weekend?

    I could have a go at a few cricket shots, with my son playing twice a week (Weds eve & Saturdays).
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    Kingfisher

    Great pics, I'd love to take some like that myself, very nice. :) Only time a bird get's that close for me, I never have a camera with me.
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    Wood Forget-Me-Not

    Agree on the leaf, otherwise pretty good.
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    Willow Warbler

    Awsome photo's, congrats on those. I never manage to get close for shots like that :(
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    Your favourite national anthem?

    I hate our national anthem also, so dull and boring, we need something a bit more cheery lol
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    Taking children out of school for holidays

    I would not do it these days, especially with older kids. I have done in the past when they where a lot younger, like under 9 yrs of age. They have made it more difficult in recent years, trouble is, hols are so expensive during school holidays, bloody-rip off IMO.
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    "The Cumbrian Guardsman" and "The Cumbrian Mountain Express"

    Very good pics, especially the 1st one.
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