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  1. On ‎18‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 08:48, Clare Gainey said:

    *You're welcome Kumar

     

    Telegraph online
    17.01.2018

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/10-surprising-food-drink-products-arent-suitable-vegans/
    ARJD0R Martin Bennett Freshly squeezed organic Orange juice

     

    Guardian online
    18.01.2018

    https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/jan/18/from-mothers-ruin-to-modern-tipple-how-uk-rediscovered-gin
    F77P51 lynchpics A stall selling Bath Gin

     

    Many thanks for catching this one!

  2. On ‎17‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 05:23, Bryan said:

    Times 17th

     

    D8TMYR   Martin Bennett  A couple of tourists admiring the Bayeux tapestry or La Tapisserie de la Reine Mathilde in it's current display case

    AHD8WC   Chronicle  Queen Matildas Tapestry

    DP38J1  Kumar Sriskandan   French Alps, the french alpine village of Chatel in winter snow, les Portes du Soleil, Haute Savoie, France europe

    KYP7KJ    Historic Wool Bridge collapses, Dorset, UK. Wool Bridge, a 16th century, Grade II listed structure, crosses the River Frome in Wool, Purbeck and features in Tess of the D'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy Credit: Finnbarr Webster/Alamy Live News

     

    Scottish Edition

     

    EFNXNJ   Nick Moore  A busy hospital with doctors, nurses and staff busy at work in an accident and emergency ward in a British hospital

    EBT6GA   blickwinkel/Layer  European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), wild rabbit sitting in a meadow, Germany

     

    Business

     

    E9XE88  Rob Arnold   The Hargreaves Lansdown Head Office at night in Bristol

    K8HM1J  Mick Flynn  Provident Financial group, personal credit provider, head office, 1 Godwin St, Bradford BD1 2SU, UK

     

    World

     

    NEWSCOME/ALAMY People protesting over the film Padmaavat in India - can't find it maybe expired live news

    Thanks for the spot, I wondered where this one was used!

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  3. On ‎02‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 14:48, SShep said:

    Cheers Findlay, and a happy New Year to you and everyone else
    Steve


    02/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p19, London New Year's Day parade, KWACB5, Imageplotter News and Sports [via Live News]
    02/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p19, London New Year's Day parade, KWACC4, Imageplotter News and Sports [via Live News]
    02/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p21, Cheltenham, ENDGA3, Martin Bennett
    02/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p21, Perth, D6EY0X, Stephen Finn
    02/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p23, Virus Alert warning on computer screen, FYGT41, Jorge Pérez [Cutout & edited. Alamy credit only]
    02/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p24, Bangalore call centre, AFXH22, Belinda Lawley [Cropped. Alamy credit only]

     

    Thanks for the spot!

  4.  

    Get an 80 mm enlarger lens like a schneider and make a mount so you can fix it onto bellows onto the illumitran.

     

    The unit came with bellows and a 75mm Rodenstock. The other end is a Nikon mount which is no good for me but I don't imagine it will be difficult to find a Canon adaptor. The flash appears to work so the only remaining issue is that the flash cable has an old-style pre-DSLR connector. I'm assuming it's possible to get an adaptor somewhere.

     

    Alan

     

    If you don't need it I would like the Nikon mount, as I use Nikons now &  have an Illumitran with a mount for a Rollie which I no longer own

  5. These fit the bill. I don't know how to male a lightbox so here you go.

    DB9KRA, DA0TB4, CYYWJK, D98EET, D8TDK7, D8TKYG, D8TR6B, D8TTJG, D8TWWT, CYYX40, CY2A9P, CX456B, CX233B, CREBNJ,  CR9P2X, CR9P01, CR9NE3, CR5B50, CR5A3J, C099YJ

    DB9M2F, DA0TTR, D65AME, D98EMP, D8TGC6, D8TK07, D8TREE, D8TTTB, CYYWEG, CYYW7F, CY2A7Y, CX22TX,CWYHTX, CREBXW, CR9P54, CR9NX6, CR9ND3, CR9R2F, CR59KX, DA0R6K, DA0WE8, D98F97, D98EW3, D8THAF, D8TKFG, D8TRY6, D8TTY6, D65J8A, CY2ABB, CY2A7M, CX230N, CWYHKG, CRED0X, CR9P6C, CR9NR4, CR9N9N, CR5ARF, CR59FB DA0PB8, DA0WFX,

    D98E2B, D8TCP4, D8THEH, D8TPT4, D8TT17, D8TWFJ, D65T6W, CY2AA4,CY2A6H, CX22K, CWYHFR, CRED56, CREHXX, CR9NKN, CR9N80, CR5AY7, CNNHDY, DA0T93, DA0WGX,D98EB5,  

    D8TD4D, D8THYR, D8TR1W, D8TTFH,D8TWRG,  CYYWTJ, CY2A9X, CX4607, CWYM56, CWYHB2, CREHN4, CR9NMG, CR9NJT, CR9N6M, CR5A6P, CMN0AE

     

    + a few more waiting for me to keyword!

  6. I use Nikons as my work horses but I ALWAYS carry an X Pro 1 with 18-35 & 55-200. I can't recommend it highly enough. I've found that I can carry it around comfortably in a small bag all day long, people don't take much notice whilst I'm shooting, the build quality is very good and the IQ is outstanding.  I think if I was buying into the system now, I might buy the XE1 and save a few quid though as I rarely use the OVF. 

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