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Your favorite images you have uploaded to Alamy in December

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Did we lose interest in this?  Maybe because the zoomed images are smaller again?  Anyway, these two were from a shoot at a high end country inn in Virginia, USA

 

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Veggies being readied for chopping

 

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The fanciest restaurant kitchen I have ever seen!

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Oh yummy! I love those romanesco broccoli. They are amazingly beautiful and taste good too. Lovely photo.

 

Paulette

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Some from a recent trip to Olympic national park.

 

Rialto beach :

 

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Hoh rain forest :

 

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The Canuk.

 

Just uploaded this month but took it a few years back.

 

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Continuing on John's bubble theme...

 

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Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' in my rear garden. This one rarely flowers in South West England but this has been an exceptional year.  Taken late November but only passed QC on the 3rd so I think it counts as a December upload.  I was lucky to get a still day and blue skies - a rare occurence in late Autumn Plymouth.

 

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Sorry, the ravings of my diseased mind, can't delete post...

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I snapped this while checking out a fisheye conversion lens in the Sony Store. I don't spot any familiar faces.

 

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Is that a typo or how you really feel about the Sony experience? ;)

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Is that a typo or how you really feel about the Sony experience? ;)

 

It was definitely a Freudian slip. Thanks.

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I've reached the age when the appeal of a large plate of fish and chips remains, but the ability to consume it all has gone. This was the "small portion" offered by the Harbour View cafe, in the romantically named, Seaton Sluice. My wife went chip-less and shared some of mine, but we still needed a doggy bag to finish the job.

 

Sigma 19mm f2.8 on NEX 6

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plate-of-fish-and-chips-with-mushy-peas-

 

I've reached the age when the appeal of a large plate of fish and chips remains, but the ability to consume it all has gone. This was the "small portion" offered by the Harbour View cafe, in the romantically named, Seaton Sluice. My wife went chip-less and shared some of mine, but we still needed a doggy bag to finish the job.

 

Sigma 19mm f2.8 on NEX 6

 

I love fish & chips (from West Yorkshire, by choice) and would regard that plate as just a mid-morning snack... :)

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Sorry, the ravings of my diseased mind, can't delete post...

 

 

Just testing something out here.

 

Bryan if you click on "More reply options" next to "Post" bottom right it brings up a new box with "CANCEL", just click on that BEFORE posting.

 

Now to see if I can delete this post after I have posted it. :huh:

 

Allan

 

 

EDIT: Cannot delete or cancel after posting. Darn it! :angry:

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I've reached the age when the appeal of a large plate of fish and chips remains, but the ability to consume it all has gone. This was the "small portion" offered by the Harbour View cafe, in the romantically named, Seaton Sluice. My wife went chip-less and shared some of mine, but we still needed a doggy bag to finish the job.

 

Sigma 19mm f2.8 on NEX 6

 

I love fish & chips (from West Yorkshire, by choice) and would regard that plate as just a mid-morning snack... :)

 

 

Also Yorkshire born... there are more chips in my little parcel than there are on Bryans plate... and I had only ordered fish to take away, the chips are thrown on for free.

The smaller item on the right is a 'Yorkshire' fish cake'.

 

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Wot, no mushy peas!!

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Wot, no mushy peas!!

 

Yuck!  Pickled onions here, please!

 

Back on-topic

 

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Had a go at uploading some more 'creative' stuff.  Very pleased to see it pass QC.

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Please! No more mushy peas. It's lunchtime here in Vancouver.

 

A moody shot

 

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... and an Xmas shot

 

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No, not that interesting . . . except it's not a real dog. It is a make-believe guide dog standing unattended on a busy New York street.

 

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Crossrail construction work: East London.  

 

Lot's of activity and detail in this image which is a bit lost at thumbnail size.

 

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A protest in my diverse little suburb today.

 

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