maybrit

maybrit

Joined on Jan 26, 2014

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  • This rowing boat /possibly sailing boat was seen at Thornham Harbour on the field away from other sea-worthy saiing boats.
    Placed 8th in the challenge. This rowing boat /possibly sailing boat was seen at Thornham Harbour on the field away from other sea-worthy saiing boats.
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    Abandonned  - A farmhouse: ....but not the buildings   Seen on the fen road on the way across the fen to the sugar beet  factory at Bardney.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Seen on a station platform!!
    The station in Question was Weybourne on Heritage line in Norfolk. It has a a special Licence to marry members of the public. This was seen just after the wedding. Although we were not the official photogrphers for the wedding the couple and their nominated photographer suggested we join in.. The epaulets on her jacket suggest she may have been in the Navy.
    Placed 2nd in the challenge. The station in Question was Weybourne on Heritage line in Norfolk. It has a a special Licence to marry members of the public. This was seen just after the wedding. Although we were not the official photogrphers for the wedding the couple and their nominated photographer suggested we join in.. The epaulets on her jacket suggest she may have been in the Navy.
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  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    Female Demoiselle: Found in a Nature reserve in the East ofg England.
  • Added 2 photos to their gallery
    6C2A5212Whooper Swan: Having a grooming session in the one of the lakes at RSPB Frampton Marshes, in the Uk. Drops of water fall from its head.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Mission accomplished !
    the Barn Owl in this shot was seen flying down some drainage ditches in the field.  It's flight appeared very purposeful as it turned the cornw=ers and worked towards us. It then went down into the ditch. This was what w saw when  it re-appeared.
    Placed 12th in the challenge. the Barn Owl in this shot was seen flying down some drainage ditches in the field. It's flight appeared very purposeful as it turned the cornw=ers and worked towards us. It then went down into the ditch. This was what w saw when it re-appeared.
  • Added 2 photos to their gallery
    Mission accomplished !: the Barn Owl in this shot was seen flying down some drainage ditches in the field.  It's flight appeared very purposeful as it turned the cornw=ers and worked towards us. It then went down into the ditch. This was what w saw when  it re-appeared.6C2A7090
  • Some Great shots in this challenge with photos from all around the world in placesmost of have not been, and maybe cannot visit for one reason or another not necessarily just Covid !9. Thank you...

  • Submitted a challenge entry Scarlet Ibis
    Placed 56th in the challenge.
  • Added 3 photos to their gallery
    Blue-faced honey Eater: 6C2A4513copyScarlet Ibis:
  • Submitted a challenge entry A place to relax!
    The upper room of a book shop with great seating.
    Placed 33rd in the challenge. The upper room of a book shop with great seating.
  • Submitted a challenge entry The best coffee shop anywhere.
    Taken on the beach front at Hunstanton.  On a cold and windy day it is good to come and get warm refreshments including the best collection of cakes to serve most dietary tastes.
    Placed 72nd in the challenge. Taken on the beach front at Hunstanton. On a cold and windy day it is good to come and get warm refreshments including the best collection of cakes to serve most dietary tastes.
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    A place to relax!: The upper room of a book shop with great seating.
  • Submitted a challenge entry My Grandmother's Watch..
    ...which is an antique J.W.Benson Watch possibly made at the turn of the century circa 1890/1900 ish. It is clock work and it still works.  Not worn much because it is rather delicate for every day useage.
    Placed 47th in the challenge. ...which is an antique J.W.Benson Watch possibly made at the turn of the century circa 1890/1900 ish. It is clock work and it still works. Not worn much because it is rather delicate for every day useage.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Blue Tit
    Seen on the side of the Kitchen flat roof  looking straight at me as I tried to take a shot of it. It was a cold and fairly windy morning.
    Placed 31st in the challenge. Seen on the side of the Kitchen flat roof looking straight at me as I tried to take a shot of it. It was a cold and fairly windy morning.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Change of direction!
    Whilst we were out in a field trying to get photos of a pair of Barn Owls (Tyto alba) working it together for food, this one broke away from its mate and flew straight at us very quickly. We are not sure why, unless the camera clicking annoyed it . It appeared to change direction and be coming at us.
    Placed 4th in the challenge. Whilst we were out in a field trying to get photos of a pair of Barn Owls (Tyto alba) working it together for food, this one broke away from its mate and flew straight at us very quickly. We are not sure why, unless the camera clicking annoyed it . It appeared to change direction and be coming at us.
  • Submitted a challenge entry What's that?
    The Heron in this shot appears to have spotted something, because a few seconds later it flew down the river Witham.
    Placed 41st in the challenge. The Heron in this shot appears to have spotted something, because a few seconds later it flew down the river Witham.
  • Submitted a challenge entry What's that noise!
    Whilst we were out in a field trying to get phoos of a pair of Barn Owls (Tyto alba) working it together for food, this one broke away from its mate and flew straight at us very quickly. We are not sure why, unless the camera clicking annoyed it .  It flew over our heads and into the neighbouring field.
    Placed 10th in the challenge. Whilst we were out in a field trying to get phoos of a pair of Barn Owls (Tyto alba) working it together for food, this one broke away from its mate and flew straight at us very quickly. We are not sure why, unless the camera clicking annoyed it . It flew over our heads and into the neighbouring field.
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