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Photo of Exmouth by: Pat Trout

Byestock Pools

"Great close up Pat" - Peggy Cannell (16th November 2019)

Photo of Budleigh Salterton by: Mobscooter

Budleigh's Cricket field

"Very nice pic. we are always in that area." - Pat Trout (16th November 2019)

Photo of Exmouth by: Pat Trout

Byestock Pools

"A superb shot Pat. The detail is wonderfully sharp, especialy in the wings. The colour is so good too. Really pleasing." - Mobscooter (16th November 2019)

Photo of St. Paul's Cathedral by: Mobscooter

St Paul's Cathedral

"Very effective contrast of new and old architecture" - Edward Lever (16th November 2019)

Photo of Reading by: Edward Lever

Polish Roman Catholic Church, Watlington Street, Reading

"Thank you for your kind comment, Paul. This church is Grade II listed, built 1872-73, and gets a mention by Pevsner in his 'Buildings of England'. It is a big eye-catching building with its rough rock facings and its red stone window dressings. It is situated in a fairly narrow street so it is difficult to get a shot without converging verticals, which I have left largely uncorrected in this shot." - Edward Lever (16th November 2019)

Photo of Reading by: Edward Lever

Polish Roman Catholic Church, Watlington Street, Reading

"A fine shot of a fine building Edward" - Paul Johnson (16th November 2019)

Photo of Budleigh Salterton by: Mobscooter

Budleigh pied wagtail

"Thanks" - Raymond Thurlby (14th November 2019)

Photo of St. Paul's Cathedral by: Mobscooter

St. Paul's Cathedral

"Thanks" - Raymond Thurlby (14th November 2019)

Photo of Budleigh Salterton by: Mobscooter

Budleigh pied wagtail

"They are caged pebbles off the beach that are wire box constructions tied together and forming a wall. There are quite a few pictures showing them in the B.S. Gallery - look for shots pointing east or west containing the beach huts. Martyn" - Mobscooter (13th November 2019)

Photo of St. Paul's Cathedral by: Mobscooter

St. Paul's Cathedral

"It's a ramp down from the top deck to the lower deck servicing the shops on the southern bank of the Thames. So it's a way from walking along the Millennium bridge and down to the next level and shops." - Mobscooter (13th November 2019)

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