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David Lamming commented on "Head on!" 2017-10-10 9:51pm

Where and when, Peter?

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David Lamming commented on "Winter wheat" 2017-10-08 7:37pm

Had the farmer who drilled the seed been drinking, or was he, perhaps, on his mobile 'phone and not concentrating on keeping in a straight line?!

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David Lamming commented on "Seasons" 2017-09-28 9:56am

Thank you, Brian. Not everyone would know that, though, so I think it helps to give that sort of information in the 'details' box when uploading a picture onto the website (also where and when a photograph was taken.)

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David Lamming commented on "Seasons" 2017-09-27 6:25pm

But what bird is it, Robert, and where and when did you take the photograph?

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David Lamming commented on "Imperfections" 2017-09-13 1:37pm

Nice portrait, but where and when did you take this photo, Robert?

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David Lamming commented on "Imperfections" 2017-09-13 1:36pm

Where and when was this photograph taken?

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David Lamming commented on "Imperfections" 2017-09-13 1:35pm

But where and when was this photo taken, Robert?

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David Lamming commented on "Tour of Britain 2017 at Snape" 2017-09-11 12:16pm

Thanks, Brian. I had a puncture on the way home, so was too late to get the photos uploaded on Friday in time for them to be validated that day. With the route after Dennington going to the outskirts of Ipswich before turning northeast towards Aldeburgh, I had time to go cross country to take more photos at Snape. (I think 'King of the Mountain' is a bit of a misnomer in Suffolk, but it was the hilliest part of the stage.)

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David Lamming commented on "Not quite the end of summer!" 2017-09-08 8:36am

Thank you, Julie. Our beans not so prolific, though a good crop after a slow start. But we've had 64 lbs of courgettes so far from just six plants. (A few initially overlooked under the large leaves, so harvested later as marrows!)

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David Lamming commented on "Cricket at Milden" 2017-09-05 8:36am

The second 'i' of the overwritten word iwitness24 unfortunately obscures the key point of this picture, namely the red cricket ball about to hit the bottom of the middle stump, the batsman having taken a swing and a miss!

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