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20/3/15 Eclipse from Laurencekirk216 viewsTitle says it all, really. Not a spectacular picture artistically (nor technically, either) - more of a record shot.Steve Coles
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Night Light177 viewsSteve Coles
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Rainbow161 viewsWell, that's what it is!Steve Coles
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He's Behind You!150 viewsFrom one of the 2016 photography evenings.Steve Coles
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CryingShame.jpg
Crying Shame44 viewsStrelitzia (Bird of Paradise) flower spotted in a park and taken with phone.Steve ColesJan 08, 2019
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I Want to Break Free43 viewsSpotted and taken with phone - the climb down and back up to the hill fort to get my DSLR would have killed me!Steve ColesJan 08, 2019
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61 viewsSteve ColesSep 12, 2018
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248 viewsSteve ColesFeb 05, 2018
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271 viewsSteve ColesFeb 05, 2018
Autumn20Leaves.jpg
Autumn178 viewsSteve ColesNov 28, 2017
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Can't See the Wood170 viewsSteve ColesNov 28, 2017
BehindYou.jpg
He's Behind You!150 viewsFrom one of the 2016 photography evenings.Steve ColesOct 10, 2017
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Farewell Funchal161 viewsSteve ColesOct 10, 2017
Discovery.jpg
Discovery152 viewsSteve ColesOct 10, 2017
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Pinhole Eclipse251 viewsThe 21/8/17 solar eclipse taken at 37,000 ft with a pinhole camera (the lens was a hole in my boarding card, made with a staple from a flight magazine, projected onto my iPad cover and then photographed with an iPhone). Not the most impressive eclipse picture but it presented an interesting challenge!1 commentsSteve ColesAug 23, 2017