Knocked about a bit

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    i bet that would look cool in bw
     
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    Tony!!!! !!!! !!!! Great to see you posting again. I have very much missed seeing your pics. This one is lovely...I especially like the look of the moss on the roof. What an interesting find, with so many crazily tilted headstones
     
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    Excellent shot. Well done.
     
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    What a wonderful old building, great shot!
     
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    great shot!!!!
     
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    Fantastic shot and welcome back.

    Dani.
     
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    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    Arrrggghhhhh!!!!!!!!!!! DITTO IN SUCH A BIG WAY :mrgreen:

    Great to see you back :hugs:

    Explain yourself, where've you been? I was beginning to get worried about you. More foties mucho pronto if you'd be so kind...
     
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    Beautiful shot! Everything about it is great!
     
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    Thanks for the kind comments timd346, Antarctican, Kundaline, jwkwd, Empress, Dani, Chris & Abraxas. Thanks too for the welcome back. My extended absence was connected with moving house - so much to do, etc. Chris, I'm no longer on the Fylde Coast, but in Lincolnshire, which presents different photographic opportunities and challenges. It'll take me a few days to get back into the groove, but I intend to post regularly again.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    Oh, you're over there now. Not been across there since I did my RAF basic training at Swinderby


    Don't know whether you saw these, but they may be familiar

    a wreck

    another wreck

    yet another wreck
     
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    Very nice wrecks Chris, and black and white suits them beautifully. I didn't see them first time round. I hope you had wellies with good tread when you took them :wink:. I'll miss my old stamping grounds along the hills, the coast and the River Wyre. Lincolnshire has, probably, less variety of rural and urban scenery, but I'm starting to come to terms with the possibilities it offers.

    Regards, Tony
     

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