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Mel

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4080 on: 22:56:28, 09/11/19 »
In some areas you have to dress conservatively like dresses below the knee but we  were walking in Jerusalem metropolitan park which is safe for tourists. I'm 19 and believe me it was hot that day 🙈


Fair enough.  I've been to places where conservative dress is appropriate outside of "tourist areas" but still got tapped up in the hotel by the porter asking me if I wanted a f..  so seeing images of young girls posing provocatively just makes me cringe at the message they're sending out. 


You look about 12 or 13 by the way. 


We generally prefer images of people in full waterproofs looking elated at being out in a blizzard on this forum though  ;D 
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Lisawinelove

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« Reply #4081 on: 23:15:20, 09/11/19 »
I always wore a shrugg when in busy places even tourist areas but we were out in the park. Ive had more hassle in Spain.


We all certainly are wearing our macks and woolies at the moment. Even indoors  ;D

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« Reply #4082 on: 23:59:51, 09/11/19 »
Oh, that's not the River Severn by the way  ;)   How come that image is a different size to the other two?
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4083 on: 09:16:21, 10/11/19 »
Qu'est-ce que c'est? Have I missed something?

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« Reply #4084 on: 13:25:59, 10/11/19 »

On what was a pretty dull day, this was probably my best shot this weekend. I snapped this view looking south above Ullswater from the west side of Gowbarrow. A last minute change of plan due to parking issues meant I should not have seen this, as it wasn't my planned route. funny how things work out sometimes.

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« Reply #4085 on: 13:32:41, 10/11/19 »
Nice pic John - I quite like Gowbarrow on a day like that - generally not cloud covered but gives great views up Ullswater of the moody cloud covered fells.

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« Reply #4086 on: 19:45:48, 10/11/19 »
Thanks Paul, I did really enjoy this walk. For three little fells in this area, they provide some lovely views, and I got quite an adventure too  O0
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4087 on: 20:24:03, 10/11/19 »
We walked from Lulworth Cove to Tyneham and then inland to Corfe Caste last week.  Got to be one of the steepest areas for ups and downs on the entire SWCP.




Such a beautiful section of coastline. We go back every year!! Lovely :)

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« Reply #4088 on: 20:25:39, 10/11/19 »
A few woodland walk pics. We've had a bit of rain in Sheffield :) managed a quick walk in between downpours:












What a beautiful looking place to pass some time :)

Lee R

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« Reply #4089 on: 20:29:17, 10/11/19 »
A waterfall in a local woodland from a family wander two weeks ago. Yes, it actually happened that we had spare time & weather on a weekend with my kids!



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PS - sorry for spamming the thread a little!!

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4090 on: 20:35:03, 10/11/19 »
Lee, how did you get the light on the Fly Agaric?

Lee R

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« Reply #4091 on: 20:36:40, 10/11/19 »
Lee, how did you get the light on the Fly Agaric?


Just what was coming in through from the overcast sky!

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4092 on: 21:06:22, 10/11/19 »
A waterfall in a local woodland from a family wander two weeks ago. Yes, it actually happened that we had spare time & weather on a weekend with my kids!



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I love this picture. The shutter speed is just right to show the motion in the water.

Lee R

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« Reply #4093 on: 19:57:55, 11/11/19 »
I love this picture. The shutter speed is just right to show the motion in the water.


Thank you Mike. Luckily, it was the fastest I've ever seen it flowing so it worked out well :)

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« Reply #4094 on: 09:30:45, 12/11/19 »
Love that picture Lee - thanks for sharing