JANUARY THEME: January

Forums Monthly Theme JANUARY THEME: January

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  • #11119
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    Peter Robinson
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    It looks much sharper than your mirror lens.

    #11122
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    Ian McNab
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    One from this morning. Now, that’s more like January!

    #11147
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    Peter Robinson
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    Yes, That’s certainly more like January! I like the pattern the ice makes and the colouring.

    #11148
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    Ian McNab
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    #11149
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    Peter Robinson
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    That’s a good set of frosty photographs there Ian. I like the amazing patterns that the frost can create which we can take for granted so you did well to spot and record them. I particularly like the last one with it’s human interest show who people can enjoy the adverse weather. I like the contrasts and composition in it. If you brave the cold you can get some good photos.

    #11150
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    Ian McNab
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    Thanks very much, Peter. I tried to do a set that showed various aspects of a frosty day.

    #11159
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    Peter Robinson
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    I also like the churchyard photograph. The shapes are echoed all over and lead from the foreground to background,

    #11160
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    Ian McNab
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    #11164
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    Peter Robinson
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    I took a photo of a big drip this January morning. No wise cracks please! It took me many attempt to capture it, but that’s the beauty of digital

    #11230
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    Peter Robinson
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    Only in January – Holly Holy Day when the Battle of Nantwich is re-enacted and the Doomsday witches hit the town.

    #11231
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    ajroyle
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    Well done Peter! I tell you what, they seemed well-fed in the 17th century!

    Do you know who the Morris troupe were?

    #11235
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    Peter Robinson
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    Thanks John. The morris dancers are called the Doomsday Morris from Penkhull. Sorry I got mixed up with plough witches. Unfortunately the also had very good washing powder in the seventeenth century as well.

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