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Photo of East Sussex by: Slawek Staszczuk

Lemonade

"Excellent" - Paul Johnson (14th October 2018)

Photo of West Burrafirth by: Ilaria Battaini

Banna Minn tombolo - West Burra

"Good shot, makes your eyes follow the path." - Paul Johnson (14th October 2018)

Photo of Clifton by: Mick Carver

Clifton, South Yorkshire

"Excellent with great depth" - Paul Johnson (13th October 2018)

Photo of Elvaston Castle by: M3Wheels

Across the lake to Elvaston Castle

"Very impressive. Great depth of field." - Paul Johnson (13th October 2018)

Photo of Wycoller by: Denis Sharp

The neolithic bridge

"I find this very interesting, well done" - Peggy Cannell (13th October 2018)

Photo of Laxfield by: Dusty Royds

The site of the railway station at Laxfield, Suffolk

"Sorry I don't know why I had the name Karen on my mind, put it down to a senior moment !" - Peggy Cannell (13th October 2018)

Photo of Laxfield by: Dusty Royds

The site of the railway station at Laxfield, Suffolk

"That's interesting information Karen, been there many times, I love country pictures thanks " - Peggy Cannell (13th October 2018)

Photo of Sizewell by: Karen Lee

Sizewell nuclear Plant, Suffolk

"Karen you were in my home land, I had actually been in the first one by a friend who worked there but had not a clue about what was being explained ! ," - Peggy Cannell (13th October 2018)

Photo of Beaconsfield by: Paul Hilton

Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

"That's a very picturesque church Paul, very nice" - Peggy Cannell (13th October 2018)

Photo of Rochester by: Paul Johnson

Rochester - Horse powered pump of Charles Dickens

"These Horse-Wheel Pumps were quite common in Victorian times. There is a similar one at Greys Court in Oxfordshire." - Edward Lever (12th October 2018)

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