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Rob C

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About Rob C

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    Ironbridge, Shropshire, England.
  • Interests
    travel/outdoors.

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  • Joined Alamy
    17 Dec 2007

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  1. Just read the BBC report. Awful news. All fingers crossed for a good outcome.
  2. Yes, it appears you're both right, and my suspicions were unfounded. Grey Mullet it is. Thanks for both of you taking the time to reply.
  3. Thanks John, But I'm not convinced. Head is too flat and 'shark' like for mullet I think.
  4. Anyone know this species of fish? Photo take in Mylor, Cornwall. Thanks.
  5. First car is an MGA, not an Austin Healy.
  6. Thanks to you both. Triumph it is then.
  7. Anyone any idea of the ID of this motorcycle? Photo taken late Victorian/Early Edwardian era in UK. Wicker sidecar on left of motorcycle. Licence plate visible. Thanks. =
  8. I had a Rover P5B with the 3.5 litre Rover V8. Such a fabulous engine on a wonderful car.
  9. Just off the A5 from Capel Curig to Beddgelert, looking over LLynnau Mymbyr, towards the peaks that make up the Snowdon Horseshoe. A road I've driven for over 35 years, and I'm sure many of you from the UK know this view. Beautiful early winter, early morning light, followed by a hike over the Carneddau and a couple of pints in the Pen-Y-Gwyrd.
  10. So here it is; https://www.canon.co.uk/cameras/eos-r/ £2,350 on the Canon website.
  11. Keith, I was non-Cirencester. An image I took walking between the venue and the town centre. Whenever there's a story about a certain organisation in the news, it often sells.
  12. I can highly recommend this course to anyone who is new to the Stock Photography game. Thats me in the top photo, left foreground, blue t-shirt, when I attended the course a couple of years ago. Learnt so much on the day, in fact one of the photos I took on the day has sold multiple times. No one, if anyone, knows Stock Photography as well as Keith, and the information and guidance you'll get on the day is invaluable. Worth every penny.
  13. Up on the Long Mynd for an hour. No luck. Still, no time on the Long Mynd is ever wasted.
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