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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameraman View Post
    Hi Rose, I have sent you a wee private message about your photography. It is a great thing to do and anyone can do it and no one needs to use expensive professional gear to get a good photo nowadays.
    Thank you, that's very kind. I have a samsung camera which I really love and gets really good close up pictures. I will check out your PM

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    [IMG]Kilwinning Abbey by Brian McDiarmid Travelling, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Well today, I managed to do it, I finally got my backside out of the house, I visited the location in the picture above that I took earlier, it is Kilwinning Abbey in North Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland. It has a fantastic history attached to it and if ever you happen to be in that area, I would recommend a visit.

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    That is a beautiful picture
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    [IMG]Ardrossan Castle by Brian McDiarmid Travelling, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Thank you for sharing. That's an amazing place!
    Please always remember that I am always right. I have a framed certificate to prove it.

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    [IMG]Bridge Over River Clyde by Brian McDiarmid Travelling, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]Steel Rainbow by Brian McDiarmid Travelling, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]The Glasgow Arc and Clydeside by Brian McDiarmid Travelling, on Flickr[/IMG]

    One of the things I get funny looks for is doing photography at night time. However, I like the fact that you see places in different ways when under the light of night and there is usually no one there but me. I hope you like these.

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    They are stunning, I am quite envious! The clarity is amazing! I really want to do some night-time shots but not entirely sure where to go to do them around where I live.
    I got a shot of some snowdrops today, I was so happy

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    Great pics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rose View Post
    They are stunning, I am quite envious! The clarity is amazing! I really want to do some night-time shots but not entirely sure where to go to do them around where I live.
    I got a shot of some snowdrops today, I was so happy
    You are so lucky in the location where you live in SE London, I wish I was down there, I can think of loads of places I would go for a shoot, the only problem I can forsee is having enough battery power to deal with shooting in around 6 - 8 hours of darkness. Each shot requires a long exposure usually around 15 - 30 seconds and sometimes more. I really wish I was there Rose, I would happily give you some help. Start local to you, are there any interesting buildings, churches or bridges that are lit up? Try shooting in shopping centres or capture light trails of traffic like the shots I have posted below.

    [IMG]Gallowgate Street_ by Brian McDiarmid Travelling, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]Ghost of Number 31 Bus by Brian McDiarmid Travelling, on Flickr[/IMG]

    You should post some of your photos here and us all enjoy them with you.

    Can I say a huge thanks to Suzi and yourself for the lovely compliments.

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    Very nice cameraman. I se you come from Largs. Would you have a photograph of that famous ice cream place. Nardinis? I remember we went to largs in the late 1960s and it is still there to this day.

    They look at me and think I'm cool, I'm purplefan at night I rule.

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