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The 16th UK South-East "The Cooper Crawley Creche" Thread (All Welcome)

 
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Jun 11, 2013 17:32 as a reply to  @ post 16016883 |  #8701

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@ Adrian ~ oh crumbs re the Greenfinch. Looking back as Linda says I did wonder why there was no obvious sign of the yellow gape when I posted thinking it was a fledgling.

Look here for the RSPB info and advice on how to reduce the spread of this nasty disease http://www.rspb.org.uk …ckbirds/greenfi​nches.aspx (external link)


Laurence thanks, i have filled it in and sent it to them for them to monitor

Fun day in London chasing round protestors !!j Ironicall anti captalist protesters whose most popular footwear was Converse or Nike trainers............


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Jun 11, 2013 17:40 as a reply to  @ post 16019784 |  #8702

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Bah. Camera decided to fry my sd card, so photos from this morning and past couple of days are gone (will try and recover the card). Been up to Applecross for lunch and over to loch torridon this afternoon. Absolutely fantastic views, the kind that photos don't do justice to. Am now downloading photos on a daily basis.

Skye tomorrow.

Ouch....looking forward to the shots you do have when you get a chance to go through them

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Jun 12, 2013 03:39 |  #8703

Does this link work for anyone?

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Jun 12, 2013 03:58 |  #8704

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Does this link work for anyone?

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Works for me. Looks good, rather grey skies though...

Just got back from a weekend in Nice - will add some photos soon. Some really great shots on here the last few days!!!


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Jun 12, 2013 05:07 |  #8705

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Fun day in London chasing round protestors !!j Ironicall anti captalist protesters whose most popular footwear was Converse or Nike trainers............

Better than what's going on in Turkey at the mo eh. One of my friends lives on the square where it's all happening and her fb updates are pretty scary - they are basically stuck in their flat wearing gasmasks when it all kicks off.


Thanks for the nice comments, it was really exciting esp after sitting there for three hours! he's been feeding the badgers for a couple of months now, always in the same place - so it was pretty likely she was going to appear. There are two cubs (he also has a night vision camera he leaves there) but they've only appeared in darkness so far.

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This was the point the pheasant decided to try and join the tea party and the badger chased it off, lots of squawking and flapping, then the badger disappeared back into the sett.

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Jun 12, 2013 05:08 |  #8706

Pete wrote in post #16023026 (external link)
Does this link work for anyone?

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works for me too :D


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Jun 12, 2013 05:33 |  #8707

Record your builder to make sure he sticks to his word: New laws will help consumers enforce verbal agreements (external link)

Families should record conversations with tradesmen on their mobile phones to ensure they stick to their word, a minister said yesterday.

Jo Swinson said new laws would allow customers to enforce verbal agreements struck with everyone from builders to hairdressers.
Unveiling a consumer bill of rights, she said openly recording a conversation would make it easier to resolve disagreements with rogue traders that can end with court deadlock

‘Information from the person giving the service in advance of signing up to it, even if that information is verbal, will effectively be seen as part of the contract,’ she added.

‘It could be anyone providing a service, such as a photographer, hairdresser or a tradesman.

'If they say they will do something within a particular period of time, or they will use a particular brand of paint, type of wallpaper or brand of tiles – if they say something about how it will be done – you will be able to hold them to that.’

I wonder if that will work both ways, would it allow a supplier to stop a client changing their minds and using it as an excuse to try to wheedle out of paying?


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Jun 12, 2013 05:37 |  #8708

That could be the same for photographers as well, no reason why we would not be covered by the act as we are offering a service


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Jun 12, 2013 06:56 |  #8709

Indeed, photographers were mentioned in the quote above. The rules, I imagine, are to protect consumers against unscrupulous traders but I don't see why the same rules shouldn't be applied to tricky clients as well.

If consultations were video-taped it would probably be more fair if both parties had copies of the tapes, given how accessible editing software is these days.

How many times have we seen conversations, even in here, along the lines of ...

Client: "You didn't supply the photographs I wanted. I'm not paying!"
Photographer: "But you didn't ask for X, you said you wanted Y.

But is it going to get people too used to using video as leverage against others, rather like young people are getting used to being ID and regarding older people who don't have / want any with suspicion.


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Jun 12, 2013 10:24 |  #8710

Pete wrote in post #16023026 (external link)
Does this link work for anyone?

Skydrive (external link)

Yes.

Hope you saw my previous post on a place to visit after you visit Sky - if not, look up Connon - not that far from Loch Duich, then look for Arnisdale. The drive along there is fabulous.

Glad you drove along the top of Loch Torridon - my fav view in Scotland on a blue sky day :D


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Jun 12, 2013 12:07 |  #8711

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Yes.

Hope you saw my previous post on a place to visit after you visit Sky - if not, look up Connon - not that far from Loch Duich, then look for Arnisdale. The drive along there is fabulous.

Glad you drove along the top of Loch Torridon - my fav view in Scotland on a blue sky day :D

I did thank you Linda. Going off to see Eileen Donan tomorrow, so will get to follow your example. Took a trip to Skye today, but the weather was bad. Still, saw some wonderful views. Its been a taste for future trips for sure!


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Jun 12, 2013 13:04 |  #8712

@ Pete ~ re Skydrive +1 works for me too :D


On a side note I drove past "yellow event" signs nr Dunsfold for this http://www.thesupercar​event.com/index.php/20​13-event/ (external link)


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Jun 12, 2013 13:27 |  #8713

For those in the locality and have an interest the Western Heights Preservation Society have an open day on saturday and sunday in Dover with access to the Drop Redoubt, the Grand Shaft and displays etc. Website HERE (external link)


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Jun 12, 2013 14:04 |  #8714

Love this one with the bluebells adding colour in the background


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Jun 12, 2013 14:40 as a reply to  @ Bodmin636's post |  #8715

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For those in the locality and have an interest the Western Heights Preservation Society have an open day on saturday and sunday in Dover with access to the Drop Redoubt, the Grand Shaft and displays etc. Website HERE (external link)

This is a good day out. I thoroughly recommend going. Don't forget
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