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January, 2007 - FirstView Picture Thread

Discussion in 'FirstViews [Archive]' started by huwevans, Dec 31, 2006.

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  1. whistley

    whistley Well-Known Member

    Re: January, 2007 - Imber, Salisbury Plain

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    The Bell Inn at Imber, a village commandeered by the army during WW2, the villagers were forced to leave their homes but they were never allowed back after the war. The village is open to the public at Christmas and New Year but used for military training at all other times.


    Time: 15:30
     
  2. gsix14

    gsix14 Well-Known Member

    Rescue mission

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    My sister in law leaving a petrol station. I had a 90 minute round trip to rescue her. She ran out of petrol and had no money. Taken on Camera phone, hence poor quality.

    BP petrol station A14 Eastbound near Kettering 7.30pm
     
  3. ermintrude

    ermintrude Hinkypuff

    New Year Dinner 2007

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    Time: 19:02
     
  4. Scphoto

    Scphoto Well-Known Member

    New Years walk

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    Sutton Park (Town Gate), Birmingham. A group of about 20 met up for a stroll. Rachel included.

    Time: 13:00
     
  5. huwevans

    huwevans Not Really Here

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    Memorial flowers left at the sea mark on Portland Bill, 1st of January, 9:05am.
     
  6. radiogandy

    radiogandy Well-Known Member

    Start of the outing :-

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  7. ChrisBrookes

    ChrisBrookes Well-Known Member

    Not a good start for 2007 for the folks who live in these flats in Ayr Scotland ! I hope their year gets better !
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    Time: 12.38pm
     
  8. lisadb

    lisadb Well-Known Member

    It's quackers!!

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    Redesmeer, Cheshire - a popular place to feed the ducks etc!
    :) Lisa.


    Time: 11:00
     
  9. AGW

    AGW Well-Known Member

    Afternoon of the first, 15:15 (ish)....when I ventured forth to inspect the new year....it was still there, it was wet and windy...but not stormy.
    The view from Rothesay up into Loch Striven.

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    then I went back to the dry and the warm.

    10D 20sec iso100 f8..100-400 at the long end.

    Graeme
     
  10. bagpuss

    bagpuss Well-Known Member

    Re: January, 2007 - Aldeburgh beach, 2.30pm New Year's Day

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    Nikon F5, Nikkor 50mm f1.8mm + polariser, Fujifilm Superia 400
     
  11. huwevans

    huwevans Not Really Here

    Late Additions - Updated, 15/01/2007

    Late contributions will be added here - PM me if you have a January FirstView picture to add.



    1. Bettina:

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    New Year's Eve Fireworks
    00:07:59 (GMT +1) Mülheim/Ruhr, Germany
    Canon 1Ds, 28-135mm @ 28mm, 6sec, F8, ISO 100



    2. David Steel: Postcard from Paris

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    Paris, 2.30pm, 1st Jan 2007

    Most of New Year in Paris was overcast or wet and windy. However, on the way to visit a relative, the weather brightened up as we approached central Paris. We turned off the Peripherique and headed down the road running alongside the Seine. There were some interesting new buildings on the far bank so I thought I'd try a shot. It was taken from a moving car and as a bonus I thought I'd try to include the Eiffel Tower in the shot to add a little Parisian feel. Note also the Statue of Liberty between the tower and the buildings. - David Steel


    3. Done&rundleCams

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    Date/Time: 2007:01:01 00:06:19

    [Presumably that's Vancouver time. :) - Huw Evans]
     
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