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Of course there's always the light you can't see...
Basin Reflections 1B by Nigel Hayes, on Flickr
So long as the film is still in the camera there will be not up to date contributions..................
From the "Sunset at 140km/h" picture set.
Uh Uh .... I had to do it all by myself so you've got to do it all by your lonesome
From Canada Day - July 1st -- a departure from my usual urban cr@p
I'd forgotten all about this one.
Walking into the light...
BTW people consider that to be a tunnel through the embankment, but Railtrack reckon it's a bridge (oval ID plate). Go, as they say, figure!
Ahhh on tunnels now...
tunnel vision by Nigel G, on Flickr
Another oldie from me
Although in view of the fact that it needed a 16 sec exposure perhaps the subject should be "Lack of light"
Love that one, Roger.
Lovely, I love my bridges.
Or should I serve up the green flash!!??
I was all set last night to go and get a night shot of the local funfair. Only they closed before it was even dark here! Bah! Sometimes these light nights are a curse.
I've just plodded up to the hospital and back - flat light, cloud cover all the way.
Yes. We have similarly uninteresting conditions here!
Got some nasty light here too. Sunglasses the order of the day. Flippin 27 degrees! Gonna melt on the golf course again later!
Grey, dull, flat and humid with it here, which is going some as we're right on the coast.
Yep! 14 deg here and 65% humidity. My eyeballs are getting foggy too.
Bright sun, fair breeze, mid 20s, have to fill the bird bath every other day, keeps evaporating quicker than the birds can drink and/or splash it out, plants in patio boxes also need more wet stuff too.
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