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A few from dear old England
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Jan 11, 2019 23:14:47   #
PaulG (a regular here)
 
BlueMorel wrote:
Nice set! I especially like #4.


Thanks BlueMorel... it was indeed a peaceful and beautiful place

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Jan 11, 2019 23:16:14   #
PaulG (a regular here)
 
Doddy wrote:
I'm afraid it was the pubs and clubs and not the "sea life" that interested me when I was there many moons ago Paul!


Ha, ha... of course Doddy. And the fish and chip shops. Got really hooked on curry sauce with my chips over there

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Jan 11, 2019 23:19:04   #
PaulG (a regular here)
 
SueScott wrote:
Excellent set - #2 is a real WOW!


Thanks Sue. Lovely beaches round this area in particular. The tide goes out quite a way leaving this beautiful sandy beach to explore. Quite cliffy too so there's plenty of interest.

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Jan 11, 2019 23:19:47   #
PaulG (a regular here)
 
Moondoggie wrote:
Real beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing.


Pleasure Moondoggie; cheers

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Jan 11, 2019 23:22:13   #
PaulG (a regular here)
 
dandi wrote:
Paul, you did an excellent job here, beautiful, very artistic. The last one is like a painting, again excellent.


Thanks dandi, much appreciated. I've obviously embellished them a little with dodging, burning, colour saturation, but the buildings and scenery was pretty awesome anyway.

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Jan 12, 2019 05:20:03   #
nanaval (a regular here)
 
PaulG wrote:
You've got a deal Val. Noelene keeps leaving brochures lying around and we've only been back a few months



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Jan 12, 2019 20:39:45   #
AuntieM
 
PaulG wrote:
A few from my and Noelene's recent visit. What a terrific old city, Bath. Noelene has got into collecting teapots from this place - real works of art they are too (maybe a photo sometime!). Beach scene from a wonderful old seaside hotel in Newquay, (Great Western) - wine and cheese by the window. Castle Combe in the Cotswold - as lovely a village you find anywhere. And Some wonderful old canal-side pub in Berkshire whose memory escapes me for the moment. Weather was actually excruciatingly warm over there during our stay. So much so we were relived to get back to sunny Australia!
A few from my and Noelene's recent visit. What a t... (show quote)


A really wonderful set Paul. I love the hint of the rainbow on the water in the first one, but my favorite is the second one, even though they are all super shots.

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Jan 12, 2019 21:15:35   #
PaulG (a regular here)
 
AuntieM wrote:
A really wonderful set Paul. I love the hint of the rainbow on the water in the first one, but my favorite is the second one, even though they are all super shots.


Very kind of you AuntieM. Funny you mention #2... a few people have gone for that one which is probably my least favourite. It's probably the simplest too as far as subject goes; maybe that's the appeal, no distracting clutter. Thanks again for looking.

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Jan 13, 2019 09:23:53   #
raymondh (a regular here)
 
erickter wrote:
Excellent work. Composition and lighting are outstanding.


Amen!!!

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Jan 13, 2019 09:48:29   #
PaulG (a regular here)
 
raymondh wrote:
Amen!!!


Very generous of you Raymond … cheers mate

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