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davemac 26-05-2012 16:32

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Today in pictures is just a short snapshot of my day, your day, if you are able. Not every day but randomly.

Just a few random pictures either throughout the day, or a short walk, or any event that you are undertaking.

My day starts with "walkies" I think that will be most of my contributions but will try to vary it a bit.

1. Leaving Mercer Park, Rishton Road.
2. Its a horse.
3. Bob, don't know why he is licking his lips but there appears to be one less horse.
4. Bob, just nosing about.
5. Looking towards Pendelton Moor, building in the center" ish" is the shooting range.
6. Looking back at the field I just left.
7. Looks like a wedding taking place at the "Dunk".
8. Same picture without the zoom.

susie123 26-05-2012 16:45

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Originally Posted by davemac (Post 994136)
Today in pictures is just a short snapshot of my day, your day, if you are able. Not every day but randomly.

Just a few random pictures either throughout the day, or a short walk, or any event that you are undertaking.

Nice one Dave, perhaps you could find a way of reminding me to take my camera when I go out?

PS I want that dog! I've heard of eating like a horse but actually eating a horse - were not en France you know! Good job I don't live locally or I would have attempted dognapping by now.

davemac 26-05-2012 16:58

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These were yesterdays contribution, I think his tongue must be heavy as its always hanging out.

jaysay 26-05-2012 16:59

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Originally Posted by susie123 (Post 994138)
Nice one Dave, perhaps you could find a way of reminding me to take my camera when I go out?

PS I want that dog! I've heard of eating like a horse but actually eating a horse - were not en France you know! Good job I don't live locally or I would have attempted dognapping by now.

Susie all discerning AccyWebers have a camera when they go out, I remember the first time I saw Mick he had one in his top pocket:D

susie123 26-05-2012 17:04

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These were yesterdays contribution, I think his tongue must be heavy as its always hanging out.

I see you've put him on a pedestal! Actually the reason his tongue is hanging out is that he's anticipating that horse he's going to eat today!

davemac 26-05-2012 17:09

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I see you've put him on a pedestal!

He's just a poser, he likes to look off into the distance to get his best side.

If you have a compact camera its easy to keep it in your pocket, and yes Jay, it is in my top pocket as well.

Keeping them stored can be a problem as sometimes I return with hundreds, a lot are rubbish as I try it without my reading glasses on and let the auto sort it, but they still have to be gone through

Restless 27-05-2012 06:29

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Ok sounds like fun...

Yesterday in pictures (part 1)

1-3 Walking to work. Pics of Accrington Stanley.
4-8 Walking home from work along canal.

4 Me & A Horse(how strange me and dave took pics of horses in diff places)
5 A Horse(the same horse)
6 A Cow
7-8 Views from Jackson's

9 The Clones are now sneaking around the wastelands between schools(queens road west)

Restless 27-05-2012 06:42

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Part 2

Taken up The Coppice in the Evening

1 My friend Mark
2 I had an idea of passing the camera in middle of the panoramic shot(manual mode) ( i decided to copy mark's pose)
3 Mark looking at the view
4 Mark's first try at a panoramic picture
5 He did better the second time despite getting his fingers in the pic
6 Lake/Pond
7 On a hot sunny day-- Always come prepared with beers and food

Restless 27-05-2012 07:01

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Part 3

Pics that wouldn't upload due to size restrictions

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susie123 27-05-2012 09:59

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Great pics Rob, love the one of you and Mark in the panorama!

Really looks as though that horse is trying to tell you something but don't quite know what!

susie123 27-05-2012 13:03

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Well yesterday afternoon I finally dug out my camera having not used it for a while. You see gents we ladies don't have many pockets to keep them in, certainly not a top pocket, so the camera tends to get forgotten about.

Anyway yesterday I did a bit of potting/pottering in the garden. I'm not fit enough at the moment to do more than a bit of potting up and a few hanging baskets. The rest has been untouched since last year which is frustrating as gardening is my normal leisure activity.

The photos are from an upstairs window, two floors up (our house has four storeys). The angles may be a bit odd as I was trying to avoid getting the open window frame in shot.

The first two pics are my veg garden - you will see the rhubarb. No veg, but a profusion of colourful wild flowers and self-seeded flowers. Looks lovely now till the flowers die. and the scent is amazing from the wallflowers. Next two pics of other parts of he garden - again untouched since last year. I'm qute pleased it all looks so pretty with no input from me.

Finally from the same window a view down to the sea. The houses either side of the gap are on the prom, which the side of our house faces. This pic was taken from the back of the house facing sideways if you see what I mean. Through the gap you can see the sea and on the other side of the bay, Grange over Sands and the Lake District hills in the background.

Restless 27-05-2012 13:08

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Il tell you this much. Where we are standing is around the spot where I first saw the fire extinguisher

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Originally Posted by susie123 (Post 994297)
Great pics Rob, love the one of you and Mark in the panorama!

Really looks as though that horse is trying to tell you something but don't quite know what!


Margaret Pilkington 27-05-2012 13:48

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I take my little camera in my voluminous handbag(more like a portmanteau really)....when I take it I don't see anything much worth sanpping...if I leave it at home then opportunities abound....the perversity of life eh!

I have just bough Miss Bossy Drawers a pink point and shoot camera for her 7th birthday which is about 10 days away........she is really keen to have a 'grown up' camera, and is looking forward to taking pics when we go away on holiday later in the year....Llandudno again!

Restless 27-05-2012 13:58

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wow susie. you;

1) live close to the sea
and
2) don't use that opportunity to go to the beach and take pics of sunset horizons over the beach and sea ?

tut tut tut

susie123 27-05-2012 14:11

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Originally Posted by Restless (Post 994322)
wow susie. you;

1) live close to the sea
and
2) don't use that opportunity to go to the beach and take pics of sunset horizons over the beach and sea ?

tut tut tut

I've taken sunset pictures in the past Rob, never turned out as good as the reality. By the time I've found the camera the colours are usually fading.


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