Same Park, Different Walk

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Ordsall Park Motif

Salford, 10th May 2018

With the appearence of what seemed to be the slight raise in the mercury, i decided to walk down toward the local park and take a couple of snaps with my trusty Nikon D3100

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Trees in the Park
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Sun Peeking through the Apple Blossom
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Apple Blossoms
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Walking the Dog
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Spot to Rest
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Astonish

Astonish

As the acrobat flew into the air

Some held their breath

totally transfixed by the mid air cartwheels

only a single rope stopped the artiste seeing

night stars before sundown

incredible feats of daring occurred under the big top

some may have called him foolhardy, but at the end …everybody

hailed the master acrobat and his tip top tumbling act

By the dock

Rise/Set

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Salford 3rd April 2018

My response to the photo challenge rise/set

A pic of the sun going down at the quayside in Salford

i like the way the waters of Ontario basin caught the sun on the surface of the water

caught the image quite by chance, while out with my Nikon camera,  as I’m reletively new to using this kind of camera I was pleased with the final result I got.

My favourite place

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Favorite Place

salford quays, March 23rd

Sat on a bench by the Manchester ship canal,

just watching the water go by

and letting the lemon cake I’ve just munched on digest

as the feathered residents of the quays go by

dont think they know much about their famous neighbours

but it’s relaxing watching them travel through the water

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Inky takes to the water

Venue : HMS Belfast, London

Date : 20th February 2018

Early morning for me yesterday, as i took up the chance to visit another branch of the Imperial War Museum.

As a Member of the Volunteer Team at IWM North, I’d been to Duxford, and Headquarters in London…but yesterday gave me the opportunity to visit a branch of the museum i hadnt been to, HMS Belfast, Anchored on a branch of the River Thames.

Walking around the sections of the boat, we got to see everything from Navigation to how sailors slept on board and a view of the engine room…the heart of the ship that made it move through the water, we were also given a little bit of the boats history and its role in world war two, escorting civilian ships against attack during the Arctic Convoy Missions

We were given a full tour of the cruiser by one of the Yeoman of the Ship, before being given a lunch in the galley and opportunity to explore for ourselves.

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HMS Belfast Nameplate
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HMS Belfasts Guns, with Memorials and Bell
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Deactivated Seamine, Now used by HMS Belfast for Donations
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View of Tower Bridge (From the Bridge)

Things with two Ts

#CFFC #LetterT

Challenge for the Letter T entry was a little different – any photo but must have two Ts in the title

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So as i pondered over some buttered toast , i considered what sort of images i could use

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I like butterflies, i like the coloured patterns on their wings

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I took this picture of a yellow and black butterfly whilst on holiday in Zakynthos, in Greece.

Crossing the divide

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County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Memories of crossing the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge

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A rope bridge passing two rocky points in Northern Ireland

Above you, Blue Skies

Below you, the Blue Green waters of the Irish Sea

Feet bobbing up and down as you crossed across the wooden panels

Holding tightly to the ropes as your body went in tandem with the waves

Wobbling up and down

Eyes on the end

Not distracted by the aqua below