1. Spring Creatures

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    An impending move away from the banks of the Thames and the Chilterns looms – yes dear reader, I will miss Henley and the surrounding area – its been a great location to go out with my cameras and record tales from the riverbank throughout the seasons. So, I took...
  2. Vote for Sharp Winged Teal!

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    The WWT is holding a photographic competition, throughout the seasons to celebrate Scott’s voyage to the Antarctic. Entries can be voted upon from the public for the People’s Choice award. My dad has several entries, including this one entitled, Sharp Winged Teal. You can vote by simply pressing a button...
  3. Horst Faas in Vietnam

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    Horst Faas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning combat photographer who became one of the world’s legendary photojournalists in nearly half a century with the AP, captured these images during the Vietnam War. Faas died Thursday, May 10, 2012 in Munich at age 79. Click here for the full Denver Post feature story...
  4. Is it a cloud?

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    Another unusual collection of images of something we often only see from the ground, in our own photographic adventures anyway – but now…clouds from space! Here is one example of a formation of clouds that almost looks like an RKO Pictures logo! These wave clouds are caused from a volcano on Amsterdam Island....
  5. Making the grade

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    Congrats to my Dad (Gary Parker), who has been awarded CPAGB (by The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain) status, which is the first step on the awarding ladder from that organization, which focuses on photographic club standards, as opposed to the Royal Photographic Society, which is more open to anyone...

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