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Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4290 on: 16:28:04, 27/11/20 »
Did you use some filters on the iPhone, or is this straight from the camera? The sky looks pretty dramatic, but the colours seem unrealistic - but maybe that was your aim.

MkPotato

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4291 on: 21:28:53, 27/11/20 »
That was using Snapseed “drama” which gives a surreal, but striking look. I like it, but I can see why many don’t. This is the unfiltered, and uncropped version, which I think the iPhone did quite a good job of considering it’s into the sun.



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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4292 on: 21:45:58, 27/11/20 »
Whatever, still a great pic.

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4293 on: 21:50:47, 27/11/20 »
Forgot to ask about the building, could it be a old chapel?, and is it still used for any purpose now.

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4294 on: 04:58:58, 28/11/20 »
Forgot to ask about the building, could it be a old chapel?, and is it still used for any purpose now.


It a storage building, but quite an attractive one!

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4295 on: 12:30:05, 28/11/20 »
Thanks for that, it would make a nice camping barn.

GinAndPlatonic

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Last Gas man standing ......
« Reply #4296 on: 16:32:57, 01/12/20 »
 Dedication to  John Mitchell , on a bench in Winchcombe today .  :)

Virtue is more to be feared than vice, because it's excesses are not subject to the regulation of conscience - Adam Smith

Jac

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4297 on: 19:55:38, 01/12/20 »
Gas man?
So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

GinAndPlatonic

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4298 on: 20:21:05, 01/12/20 »
Gas man?
I was told by an extremely reliable source there will only be gas women from now on .
Virtue is more to be feared than vice, because it's excesses are not subject to the regulation of conscience - Adam Smith

jimbob

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4299 on: 20:30:19, 01/12/20 »
Gas man?
Probably the last man standing in that area who worked in the Gas Works (making Gas from coal) as opposed to Gas Fitters or Pipelayers.
Too little, too late, too bad......

Jac

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4300 on: 20:35:23, 01/12/20 »
Thank you
So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

GinAndPlatonic

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4301 on: 21:11:32, 01/12/20 »
Virtue is more to be feared than vice, because it's excesses are not subject to the regulation of conscience - Adam Smith

GinAndPlatonic

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4302 on: 10:53:13, 02/12/20 »
This was yesterday on one of the main roads leading into Winchcombe in the Cotswolds . At times it was like a ghost town although there were plenty of walkers out in the countryside .

Virtue is more to be feared than vice, because it's excesses are not subject to the regulation of conscience - Adam Smith

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4303 on: 16:54:09, 02/12/20 »
Some fine detective work there. O0

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My best pics of the day
« Reply #4304 on: 21:43:38, 09/12/20 »
Another day , another bench .



An Oak tree with the last of its golden leaves .







Virtue is more to be feared than vice, because it's excesses are not subject to the regulation of conscience - Adam Smith