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We all have our crosses to bear

051-365v4 We all have our crosses to bear

Apparently, our lot to bear currently are the rats…but we scored another “goal” today with an early morning capture of one of the youngsters. He was looking a little forlorn (see below) when we arrived at his release site at the back of the churchyard in Great Dunmow 😉 So,

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5 Views of Blytheburgh Trinity Church

021-365v4 5 Views of Blythburgh Trinity Church

I had to work in Lowestoft today, so on my way home I stopped off for a little exercise and a trot around this Church that I have always fancied visiting as I have driven past it to and from Lowestoft many times. You get pretty good views of it

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296/365v3 – Trees, Clouds and Bird Song

I only had my tiny Manfrotto table tripod with me so decided to go for that low to the ground look…which worked until, inexplicably, the camera changed its focus…but in the end I quite liked it anyway! I added a bird song soundtrack which I recorded a week earlier about

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293/365v3 – All Saints Church, Crowfield, Suffolk

I visited this very pretty timber church in Suffolk to photograph the outside of the building, however, the sun was directly above and in line with the church making it impossible to shoot. Fortunately the inside of the church was really quite lovely!

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Ely Cathedral Nave

239/365v3 – Ely Cathedral Nave

If you hadn’t gathered, it’s the nave (and mainly the ceiling) at Ely Cathedral. It’s been a few years since I last visited, it hasn’t changed much in the intervening years.

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.