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Home is Scotland,, we have been in The Netherlands then in India - and are currently back in the Netherlands.

I currently use the Canon SX50 having resisted getting a dslr (for the convenience of being able to carry a camera anywhere, anytime). Previously I used both a Canon S5IS with telephoto lens - VCL-DH1758 and a Nikon P80 (for lowlight shots). I then progressed to a Canon Powershot SX40. I was seduced by the 50x zoom of the SX50 and both the SX40 and SX50 have far exceeded the abilities of previous cameras (apart from the ease of using manual - why have you made it so awkward, Canon?). The S5 was an upgrade from the S2 IS and my first digital camera was a tiny Konika Minolta Dimage.

Lynn Morag - View my most interesting photos on Flickriver
For a link to my photos that have been in Explore, click here

I actively administer on Literary Reference in Pictures which is a constant source of pleasure for me. My thanks go to Peggy for initiating this great group.
Literary Reference in Pictures: post one, comment one (or two!). Get yours at

I started Hands, Claws and All Kinds of Paws after being inspired by the wonderful shots I was seeing of hands, particularly this one by algo.
Hands, Claws and All Kinds of Paws!. Get yours at

As I work through various cameras, I find myself involved with the Canon Powershot SX40 and the Canon SX50 HS groups too.

All photographs and drawings are under full copyright and all rights are reserved.
Note: Galleries - mostly, I don't mind you adding things to a gallery so long as you are a genuine flickr member.

Unfortunately, due to one particular site offering my photos for sale, despite the clear copyright marking, I have removed access to larger sizes of my photos. This is a really sad state of affairs. The photos appear to have been accessed through Flickr Hive Mind.

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    puedohacer says:

    "A person who built up a group, a hard task indeed, yet one of the nicest groups, if not the nicest, I have seen on this means; with well spoken and courteous people always ready to give you a hand or to show you options. Lynn has shown us what a group should be and has been at hand to help others and always in an utmost pleasant fashion.
    Many thanks go to Lynn and her hard work"

    December 9th, 2015

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    gem66 says:

    "Well now, this is strange. I would have sworn that I had already written a testimonial for Lynn quite some time ago. I surely had meant to. So, now I will do it.
    I feel a great admiration for Lynn, for her photography and for the poems and prose she chooses to grace her photos. I love her photos of Scotland, a place long in my conciousness because of my Scottish heritage.
    Keep up the great work, Lynn!

    March 3rd, 2007

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    Glauka. says:

    "Lynn is a very good photographer. Well, that's somenthing that you all know, but, do you know how good friend and how kind she is? I'm here to say it. She was one of my first contacts here. She helped me in many ways: with my pics, with my poor english... I'm always waiting to see a knew pic made by her. She is an artist, and a very special woman."

    December 27th, 2006

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    SteveFE says:

    "I seem to have known Lynn for ever here. She's one of those hard working, generous and warm people who always gives more comments than I give back, and I feel a twinge of shame and selfishness every time I see her cheerful icon! She's no mean photographer either, and always manages to find great thought-provoking literary references to counterpoint a nice photo. She should write a book! I think it would do rather well..."

    December 10th, 2006

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    highcrofttower says:

    "She is the stander
    By flag of bloods

    You know :
    The highlands quiet wide eye..

    The toucher of wounds
    And the wisher sometimes for us
    That there was a bandage as soft
    And as wide as moist clouds

    Up there

    In the mountain sky ....

    A kind of sister-soul I think ..


    November 20th, 2006

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    the bright field says:

    "Lynn is a great photographer, who's evident pleasure in flickr is an inspiriation to us all. Her administration of the group Literary References in Pictures is an example of how a group should be administered and puts me to shame for my own desultory attempts to run a group. A true photographic ambassador for Scotland, it is people like Lynn who make flickr the great international community that it is."

    December 24th, 2005

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    peggy. says:

    "Lynn gives us a look at life in Scotland that most of us will never see. She pairs with classic poetry, and links to information on the historical places she posts. You will not visit her photostream without learning something!

    A lovely lady -- inside and out! Literary Reference in Pictures group would never work without you (my sincerest thanks!). I am so glad to have "met" you, Lynn!"

    August 6th, 2005

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    Christine Lebrasseur says:

    "Her love of the words, her altruism, her interest pictorial and arts person towards work of others make of Lynn a rare person ... thank you to be thus Lynn, do not change anything...

    Son amour des mots, son altruisme, son interêt pictural et littéraire envers les travaux d'autrui en font une personne rare... merci d'etre ainsi Lynn, ne changez rien..."

    July 17th, 2005

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    alfarman says:

    "lynn images... words and drawing convey to me a sense of wonder and hope...her flowers are full of colour and clarity..."

    June 5th, 2005

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