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Photo of Bakewell by: Tom Curtis

Bakewell Parish Church, Derbyshire

"A classic nicely framed shot with vibrant colours and crisp focus. The Canon 30D is now a venerable DSLR but this shot shows it can still produce excellent images in the right hands. The huge pixel resolution of the latest cameras is not always necessary." - Edward Lever (5th April 2020)

Photo of Salcombe Regis by: Pat Trout

Salcombe Regis

"It looks full and rather overgrown. It also has a view of neglect with warnings on the presumably loose grave-stones. Still a nice shot, Pat." - Mobscooter (1st April 2020)

Photo of Linton by: Simon Hill

The Water Tower

"Very nice shot, rather foreboding in monochrome but effective." - Mobscooter (1st April 2020)

Photo of New Brighton by: Rod Burkey

Perch Rock Lighthouse (New Brighton)

"That is lovely Rodney. " - Pat Trout (31st March 2020)

Photo of Woodbury by: Mobscooter

Woodbury Common trees

"Beautiful pic . " - Pat Trout (30th March 2020)

Photo of Otterton by: Mobscooter

River Otter at Otterton

"Shall be glad when we can for a walk near there again. lovely area." - Pat Trout (30th March 2020)

Photo of Topsham by: Mobscooter

Dart's Farm, Topsham

"Wonderful pics, we park there many a time to walk into Topsham." - Pat Trout (25th March 2020)

Photo of Exmouth by: Mobscooter

Exmouth Lifeboat Station

"brilliant. we have sat on that seat many a time a lovely spot in the Sunshine," - Pat Trout (25th March 2020)

Photo of Sneaton Forest by: Mick Bennett

Midge hall, near falling foss waterfall, Whitby. My grandma was born here

"My great great grandad and grandma lived at midge Hall it was built for them when they married. My great great grandad was a gamekeeper. William and Sarah were married on 29th October 1902 in St Hilda's RC church in Whitby. Hilda my grandma was born at Falling Foss on 20th November 1904, Theresa her sister was born at Falling Foss on 2nd October 1913. I don't have an exact date but I believe they left Falling Foss in the first half of 1914 and moved to Beverley." - Sara Bennett (25th March 2020)

Photo of Woodbury by: Mobscooter

Woodbury gateway

"Very pretty .lovely image" - Pat Trout (24th March 2020)