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The Surface of the Moon

079-365v4 The Surface of the Moon?

Of course, it’s not…but that’s what I thought of when I was looking at a number of similar images that I had taken of the underside of our frying pan! This is the burnt charcoal type stuff that gets welded onto the pan…especially if you don’t clean it properly. My

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Spoons

078/365v4 Spoons

Sometimes you can try too hard. Today was one of those occasions…I took a fair few photographs but didn’t like any of them. So I had a root around in a kitchen draw and found we had a couple of these white spoons so thought I could come up with

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Busted

077-365v4 Busted

I came across this on the path up Lime Tree Hill in Great Dunmow. This sort of thing always attracts photographers because it can tell so many stories and ask so many questions. Why is this here? What happened? Was there an accident? Was it stolen? What was the actual

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Dunnock Guards the Castle_

076-365v4 Dunnock Guards the Castle

I took 3 photographs today, this was one of them.  In fact this was the second photograph, the 1st shot looked like this: Whilst I like my first image of the day (it was supposed to be the Dunnock we see in the main image) I decided to run with

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The Man of Steel's Breakfast Colour

075-365v4 The Man of Steel’s Breakfast

Why do I always work out the best way to set something up when I have struggled for ages with the worst way to set something up? Thus it was this evening when I struggled to get these steel ball bearings to stay where I wanted them. I’d done about

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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.