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photoblog image Ladies with Long Lenses...

Ladies with Long Lenses...


and Old Codgers needing a seat.

Only two pictures from a fine afternoon in Stratford but a grand memory none the less. it was good to meet up and, hopefully will happen again.

 (With due deference to Anniedog, Tiff and Yellowbear for not taking any notice of me, no Shutterchancers were harmed during the taking of these images)


Ladies with Long Lenses...


and Old Codgers needing a seat.

Only two pictures from a fine afternoon in Stratford but a grand memory none the less. it was good to meet up and, hopefully will happen again.

 (With due deference to Anniedog, Tiff and Yellowbear for not taking any notice of me, no Shutterchancers were harmed during the taking of these images)


comments (14)

  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 14 Apr 2010, 06:13
WOW Les, this is beautiful.....amazing what you did.
I love the tittle.....
We had a great time meeting you all.
Les Auld: Thanks Astrid, it was a good day and soon went over sadly.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 14 Apr 2010, 06:29
Do you think she was stalking the codgers? grin Thanks for not harming these shutterchancers, some of them are actually worthwhile smile

Lovely blog today.
Les Auld: Thanks Louis, appreciate the comment.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 14 Apr 2010, 08:20
Hehehe - Ingrid looks like the consummate pro she is, Lord Clent appears in the manner of a guilty schoolboy whilst I seem to have stepped out of a Victorian photo album
Les Auld: I did think there was a very Victorian air there Chris, thanks for the comment.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 14 Apr 2010, 09:58
I have absolutely no memory of leaning on this gravestone to take a picture - I do hope Sarah didn't mind too much! Nice processing - you have made the old codgers look even older!
Ingrid
Les Auld: I shouldn't think Sarah would have minded too much, at least you were putting the headstone to a secondary use. Thanks for the comemnt Ingrid.
What would Chris do without a bench, fine shots of them all Les smile
Les Auld: Fall Over? thanks for the comemnt Linda.
This is a fine presentation Les, mine are coming up next week.
Les Auld: Look forward to seeing them Brian, thanks for the comment.
Ange thinks I look suspicious about somethinggrin

Great pair of pictures Les
Les Auld: At least your not hiding behind a hulking great stone Bill, thanks for the comment.
A nice take on the day Les

richard
Les Auld: My only take I'm afraid Richard. Thanks for the comment.
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 14 Apr 2010, 17:01
I love them both, Les! Sometimes less is more. smile
Les Auld: Not only less but one whole lot more during the afternoon. Hope you enjoyed he rest of your stay and thanks for the comment.
Wonderful presentation Les..Great images.
Les Auld: and a good day Ron, thanks for the comment.
beautiful b&w portraits! looks like you had fun smile
Les Auld: It was a good day Charles, thanks for the comment.
Absolutely love your presentation here, Les. I do sense a Victorian vibe. Well done!
Les Auld: Thanks you Beverly, appreciate the comment.
LOL, bill certainly does look as though he has been caught in the act ;o)

congrats on the 1000 ;o)
Les Auld: He does look a bit guilty Mike, thanks for the comment.
I love your presentation here Les
Les Auld: Thanks you Pamela, glad you like it.

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