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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Sunday, 26 February 2012

COOL BUT FINE (26/02/12)

I am back in Croft near Darlington for the weekend. The weather has been abysmal over in Cumbria so no photographs at all. I’m hoping for a trip to the seaside today but to get myself back into posting mood here are a couple from yesterday.

_2251568_69_70_71_72_tonemapped_edited-1   The River Tees at Hurworth Place.

_2251563_4_5_6_7_tonemapped_edited-1    Croft Bridge. I have dozens of images of this because although I like it and there is precious little else of interest around here.

I’ll do my best to get my blogging head on but the weather has been awfully depressing over the past month. It depressed me anyway!

Have a good week.

20 comments:

  1. Nice to hear from you Adrian!
    You are complaining about that bad weather but in fact it produces amazing photos,with complex colours and depth!
    Now a question: what do you mean with: " I can now view in a simple template"? have you a way of seeing my post in a Classic template?? I asked you this as i have another blogfriend who told me the same, and I am just curious to know if Blogger introduced a new viewing facility?
    We have a fantastic sunny day here in the south, hope it goes your way! A good Sunday to you!

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    1. DeeBee, thankyou.
      If you go here Mark has written a line or two of code which I dropped into Google Chrome. It makes blogs appear with the simple template.
      http://englishjavadrinker.blogspot.com/2012/01/putting-spanner-in-works.html
      If you have trouble then contact him and he will explain. he is also responsible for Postvorta....a superb blog search engine for your blog.

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  2. Beautiful shots. I love the murky sky in the second one. Cheers, Ruby

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  3. Who needs a bridge when you can get a photo like the first one without it? Enjoy the seaside. Will you be paddling?

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  4. Great images, Adrian.
    It's nice to see your smiling face!

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  5. The man is back!
    Cracking shots Adrian. Love those 'moody' looking skies.

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  6. Thanks Adrian, i'm going to log in and learn more!

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  7. As always, your photos are fine works of art.

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  8. Beautiful images Adrian... the first is stunning.
    Nice to have you back in blog land..

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  9. I love the photos. Beautiful shots of the bridge. So while it may have been cloudy, you captured a lovely landmark. Have a good week.

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  10. Welcome back Adrian, I though you'd gone into hibernation for the winter!!

    And you've given us two super images on your return.

    I'm looking forwards to seeing your images of all those super sandcastles that you made on your trip to the seaside!...[;o)

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  11. Love the stormy sky in that first shot. Great colors and it looks ominous.

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  12. Very cool medieval looking bridge.

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  13. I'd like the bridge better sans houses. Photoshop?

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    1. Graham, it could be done but would take hours. Be quicker to demolish the church and hotel.

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  14. Nice to see you back, and the River Tees looks good, or is it just your photos.

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