I had a picture ready for Brexit day but I don’t know when Brexit day is any more. Perhaps this afternoon’s vote will make things more obvious, perhaps not. In the meantime, here’s an old one:
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A gorgeous seascape for this week. Thanks for playing 😀
The monochrome effect rendering a melancholic view of the sea/ocean and the lighthouse in its midst. Beautiful. MZ
A slice of the countryside.
This is something I keep finding myself doing. Switching the camera to a long exposure, something like 1 or 2 seconds, and then shaking it at some lights, usually in the dark.
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This landscape was originally a mine and was recovered and turned into a sculpture of a woman, perhaps the largest in the world.
The English river front on a sunny day.
That’s a good question but is it too much to ask for correct capitalisation?
This image is a quarry which has been carved out of the hillside. A bit unsightly but better than the mine it replaced.
For a challenge click here: Cee
An example of motion