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Ogni Emozione ha la sua Lente


Every Emotion has its own lens


18 mm

(and it lasts only one day!) ;-))


Taken somewhere near Fyfield, Essex.


Does anyone know what those wild flowers are?


If you, like me, live in Britain, you will know that our summers are pretty hit and miss. Miss mostly! I think there is something quintessentially British/European about this photo.


Went for the Agfa Optima film emulation again with this. It reminds me of a British summer evening.


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Camara / Camera: Nikon D80

Objetivo/Lense: Sigma 10-20mm wide angle

Place: British Museum, London, UK


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My British friends/contacts may enjoy all these Union Jacks :) Seen on the Water Taxi Dock at Royal Canadian Yacht Club, Toronto Ontario, in July. I was told it was to commemorate the "British Invasion". This is a timely posting for me - I have friends arriving from England. I will miss keeping up with your lovely photos - will be in Flickr off and on for the next two weeks.

I had a chance to use the BC Ferry to get over to Victoria, BC. The whole trip takes about 1 1/2 hour, one way. I got to see some really amazing scenery from this area. There is a great sense of tranquility from this great place.


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You can move around all day at Cambridge with your DSLR within easy reach and not get tired ... In every corner you turn there is something interesting to look at, something beautiful to permanently imprison into your digital memory card ... I was feeling as if I was in Venice !!!!


EXIF: NIKON D90 with Nikon Nikkor 18-55 lens, Manual mode, f 9, ISO 200, focal length 32 mm, manual exposure selection and white balance, center weighted average metering mode, shutter speed 1/60 s, HDR processing was made out of only one RAW capture, exact lighting conditions are successfully conveyed to the viewer, no tripod, no flash, original RAW image dimensions 4288 X 2848 pixels ....


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The Parliament Of British Columbia View On Black


historic Parliament building ..Located in Victoria, British Columbia and officially opened in 1898 with a 500-ft (152-m) long façade, central dome, two end pavilions, and a gilded bronze statue of Captain George Vancouver, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings are home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia...


the British Columbia Parliament Buildings were officially opened in 1898 . The grand scale of its 500-ft (152-m) long andesite façade[3], central dome and two end pavilions, the richness of its white marble, and combination of Baroque rigorous symmetry, use of domes and sculptural massing with the rusticated surfaces of the currently-popular Romanesque Revival style contributed to its being an innovative and impressive monument for the new province.

Its success garnered Rattenbury many more commissions in Victoria and other parts of the province, including the Legislative Library 1913-1915, the design of The Empress Hotel, the Crystal Gardens indoor swimming pool nearby, and the Vancouver Court House (now the Vancouver Art Gallery).

Shot on 5th January 2014 as first light hits British Camp

Canon 7D, EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM @17 mm

Exp. 1/20 seg. f/5,6; ISO 100


London. 2014


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The Queen Elizabeth II Great Court is a covered square at the centre of the British Museum. It was designed by the engineers Buro Happold and the architects Foster and Partners. The Great Court opened in December 2000 and is the largest covered square in Europe. The roof is a glass and steel construction, built by an Austrian steelwork company with 1,656 uniquely shaped panes of glass. At the centre of the Great Court is the Reading Room vacated by the British Library, its functions now moved to St Pancras. The Reading Room is open to any member of the public who wishes to read there.


The museum is dedicated to human history and culture. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present.


7 exposure, handheld hdr +3 to -3. Post via adobe camera raw, photomatix, and photoshop with various topaz plugins. Nikon D700 with 16-35 f4 @ 16mm, f6.3, exposure 1/60-1/2000 sec, ISO 800.


Although not a technically brilliant shot, i wanted to capture the power of the waves during this storm. The spray made this incredibly difficult. The textures in the waves are awesome.

Went cycling around Isle of Wight for a couple of days. In total I did about 70 miles in two days. It wasn't exactly the weather I was expecting when I booked the trip over a month ago. It was raining all day on day one, got a bit of sun this morning and then London welcomed me back with a massive downpour! Cheers! At least when I arrived home there was a rainbow outside my house.


Some of you may have noticed I did a bit of clean-up in my stream hiding most of my photos and displaying only the ones I still like. It made me feel good to see how much I have progressed over the past two and a half years.


British Airways BAW275

Boeing 747-400

Deptarted- London/Heathrow (EGLL/LHR)

Arrived- McCarran International Las Vegas @ 7:48pm PDT

The British Summer typified by this view of rain dripping off a fence.

I love how light it is in the evenings now, because our clocks are set to British Summertime - yay for golden hours that are actually 120 minutes!

-- or so it seemed at the time!

Hello again!


I've been finding it a little difficult to upload lately time-wise because I've had a very tiring past few days, so this is something to upload, even though you've seen it a lot before!


As you have probably noticed, I have used this for a new profile icon, let me know whether I should keep it or whether you preferred the old one, thanks!


Hopefully I will be able to upload more in the next few days, thank you everyone, have a good weekend! :)

Hello everyone.


This is a replication of a still from a piece of footage I found.


Have a nice day. :)

This Wader belongs to the same family as the Stilts.

They went missing from Britain prior to the 1940's, mainly because of Land Reclamation and egg collecters, but have now returned and are again to be seen along our coastline. This one was amongst a group of about 6 at Martin Mere.

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