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

 
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Jun 14, 2013 01:48 |  #8731

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Thank you, Linda for pointing me in this direction. We had good weather, and the scenery on that drive over the hills was just incredible. Easily the best scenic drive yet!

We weren't really expecting the Tea Hut to literally be a shed/lean-to, but Sheena was such a dear old character. It was probably the worst cup of coffee I've ever had at a coffee shop (except for Starbucks, which is always awful), but the experience is the best I've had by far. Sheena is getting elderly now, she was talking about packing it in. I think she'll do it for as long as she can walk from the house to the shed.

We started off with a walk along the loch to loch carron weavers. Then went to Dornie for a coffee (and met a wonderful old couple who talked to us, and generally talked over each other in doing so), went to the castle, and then to Corran for our coffee. Managed to have good weather for much of the day.

Off to the loch inver/cape wrath area at the weekend, and then a couple of days on Mull (staying in tobermory).

Looks like your having a good holiday Pete. If your on Mull, if you go to the west coast you can go on a boat and see the sea eagles fishing. Web site (external link)


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Jun 14, 2013 03:55 |  #8732

Dang, 22nd I'm in Brighton for a Stag Do! :(


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Jun 14, 2013 04:14 as a reply to  @ Matt Peters's post |  #8733

Morning all. Last day in Norfolk today, and it's the best weather we've had all week typically! Had a nice afternoon yesterday at an RSPB reserve, the light wasn't great but got a few nice shots, this one probably my fave.

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Saw loads of lapwings, more little egrets, marsh harriers, grey heron. Still after the elusive Bittern though after hearing it so close the other day!
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Jun 14, 2013 04:25 |  #8734

^^^
That's a really beautiful shot - has a "fairy princess" feel to it.


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Jun 14, 2013 05:20 |  #8735

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^^^
That's a really beautiful shot - has a "fairy princess" feel to it.

+1 ~ Penel, that is a superb beautiful image :D


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Jun 14, 2013 06:28 |  #8736

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Morning all. Last day in Norfolk today, and it's the best weather we've had all week typically! Had a nice afternoon yesterday at an RSPB reserve, the light wasn't great but got a few nice shots, this one probably my fave.
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Saw loads of lapwings, more little egrets, marsh harriers, grey heron. Still after the elusive Bittern though after hearing it so close the other day!
Hope you're all having a good Friday :D

Absolutely gorgeous Penel - calendar/card worthy!

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Jun 14, 2013 06:53 |  #8737

Random question: my better half wants to do a "beginner's course" on SLR photography. I recently got her a 100D, and she wants to learn how to use it properly*. There are loads of courses advertised online, but was wondering if anyone here knows of a course in London that will definitely be good/worth the money?

* don't think she thinks I'm a good teacher :p


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Jun 14, 2013 08:19 |  #8738

21st June is looking good and free ;)


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Jun 14, 2013 08:21 |  #8739

Gundogs wrote in post #16029768 (external link)
Morning all. Last day in Norfolk today, and it's the best weather we've had all week typically! Had a nice afternoon yesterday at an RSPB reserve, the light wasn't great but got a few nice shots, this one probably my fave.
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Saw loads of lapwings, more little egrets, marsh harriers, grey heron. Still after the elusive Bittern though after hearing it so close the other day!
Hope you're all having a good Friday :D

Love those colours


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Jun 14, 2013 09:44 |  #8740

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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.

That's a bummer, Pete. Why on earth would camera do that? Dodgy card maybe?

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Just saw a trailer for "Airport Live" on BBC2 starting Mon next week...............beh​ind the scenes at Heathrow :)

Definitely recording that! :)


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Jun 14, 2013 09:44 |  #8741

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evening all :D

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wow they are super little creatures! 3 hours for 10 shots. Worth it though :D she disappeared after a scrap with a pheasant :rolleyes:

Jealousy-making shot. This is just fantastic!


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Jun 14, 2013 09:45 |  #8742

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The spec says the box will have a manual in it!

What is this, 1998? :D :D


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Jun 14, 2013 09:46 |  #8743

Nah, not enough kit :D


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Jun 14, 2013 09:47 |  #8744

Gundogs wrote in post #16029768 (external link)
Morning all. Last day in Norfolk today, and it's the best weather we've had all week typically! Had a nice afternoon yesterday at an RSPB reserve, the light wasn't great but got a few nice shots, this one probably my fave.
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IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/​photos/penel/903404907​1/  (external link)
Springtime Sedge Warbler (external link) by Penelope Malby Photography (external link), on Flickr
Saw loads of lapwings, more little egrets, marsh harriers, grey heron. Still after the elusive Bittern though after hearing it so close the other day!
Hope you're all having a good Friday :D

Stunner!


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Jun 14, 2013 10:16 |  #8745

Anke wrote in post #16030413 (external link)
What is this, 1998? :D :D

:lol: I sell to book printers ;) and the one thing has really annoyed is that manuals are only ever pdf and I do like to have a book I can thumb through and have open when trying a process ~ must be age thing :( :D ;)

Having said that I would actually be pleasantly surprised if it does indeed have a full? printed manual in the box???


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