Alan Beastall

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Thanks Colin. I shall try it later on.

 

Alan

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My three

 

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One of rare arty shots here. Kite surfing on the runway at Berlin's Tempelhof airfield now public space.

 

 

 

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The Commando memorial at Spean Bridge near Fort William in Scotland, with my wife silhouetted.

 

 

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People sat on the end of a pier after sunset. Taken at New Richmond in Gaspesie in eastern Quebec.

 

 

 

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I not speak English thanks to latest Alamy announcement.

 

How to insert image on this message? 

 

Insert Other Media button won't accept 10 mile long Alamy image URL. Why? How? 

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3 hours ago, Arvy777 said:

I not speak English thanks to latest Alamy announcement.

 

How to insert image on this message? 

 

Insert Other Media button won't accept 10 mile long Alamy image URL. Why? How? 

 

If you open a new window with your chosen Alamy image, you can drag the image from one window into your message box.

 

Jill

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An Turus, Tiree, Scotland

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Olympic Agora Athens 2004 Games Greece

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Covered walkway which connects Glasgow's SEC and Pacific Quay with Finneston rail station

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6 hours ago, Jill Morgan said:

 

If you open a new window with your chosen Alamy image, you can drag the image from one window into your message box.

 

Jill

Thank you Jill for reply! :) 

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Dear Santa, pls forgive me for posting only two out of three images! 

 

#1 Caterpillar Tale, Snowdonia National Park

Caterpillar Carry Water Drops on Silk Line Around Christmas TreeStock Photo

 

#2 Portland Bill Lighthouse

Portland Bill Lighthouse at night, Isle of Portland, UKStock Photo

 

 

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1 hour ago, Arvy777 said:

Thank you Jill for reply! :) 

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Dear Santa, pls forgive me for posting only two out of three images! 

 

#1 Caterpillar Tale, Snowdonia National Park

Caterpillar Carry Water Drops on Silk Line Around Christmas TreeStock Photo

 

#2 Portland Bill Lighthouse

Portland Bill Lighthouse at night, Isle of Portland, UKStock Photo

 

 

 

You do not HAVE to post three images. Three is the maximum number you can post.

 

Allan

 

 

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Nice One!

 

1) The escalators ( now no more)  in the river Tyne pedestrian tunnel 

 

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2) New College Durham

 

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3) Berwick Pier

 

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I know alot of you have things on your mind at the moment regarding 50% to 40% reduction in the fees that you will receive and also here in Britain the continues debate on Brexit but life must go on. Only 14 days left for the December challenge, so keep sending more excellent imges of converging lines.

 

Alan

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So many impressive images, I've really enjoyed viewing them.   Here are my submissions:

 

Simon Fraser University campus:

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Vineyard in the Okanagan:

 

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One from me - pigeons and cable car at Santa Cruz Promenade, Santa Cruz, California

 

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Kumar

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Nicely seen Kumar, a great shot. An A** reference number as well, it must have been one of your first uploads. 

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On 12/12/2018 at 20:46, Colin Woods said:

Nicely seen Kumar, a great shot. An A** reference number as well, it must have been one of your first uploads. 

Thanks Colin - yes indeed - taken and uploaded 2005

 

Kumar

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4 hours ago, Doc said:

Thanks Colin - yes indeed - taken and uploaded 2005

 

Kumar

 

Ahh! Those were the days.:)

 

Allan

 

NOT that I was with Alamy then though.

 

ITMA

 

 

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Blimey - half way through the month already - how did that happen? :huh:

Anyway, three from me...

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Seaton, Devon. 17th Nov, 2017. UK Weather. People walk past the Waves sculpture on the seafront at Seaton, Devon,Stock Photo

 

 

 

 

A couple walk along the Cobb, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UKStock Photo

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Once again, not really my area, but I've managed to dredge up a trio from amongst the plant and garden stuff.

 

Coil detail of the Walking Ammonite sculpture by Glenn Martin exhibited on the lawn at Delamore Arts exhibition, Devon, UK, 2018

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Stone and metal arches of the rail bridge that carries the Tamar Line over the tidal water of the River Tavy estuary where it joins the Tamar

 

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Wide angle view of Llandudno pier, North Wales

 

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STOP ALL SHOPPING :(. Only 7 days left for the December challenge, so keep sending more excellent imges of converging lines.

 

Alan

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