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Back in 2019, a little over a year ago, I was working on a contract which took me up to the North of Scotland but, our base was in Lancashire, an area I'd never…

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Photographed with the new Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f/1.4 MC II, which I owned for a short time.

I’ve been following our village Facebook page recently as one of our local farmers has shared photos of the lambs being born to his flock of sheep. About a week…

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hTh This nice little sheep came to say hi when I walked by. I managed to get this shot through one of the small diamond shaped holes in the fence.
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