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    Beaut photograph, ScouserDave.Seem to have captured the serenity of the view.

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    They moan about towers blocking views of the cathedral and they really know what they're on about in the Wirral of course,where else would want to slap a Morrisons supermarket next to the beautiful Fort Perch rock there? that's a beautiful picture Dave but what that picture needs is a lovely looking supermarket to make it perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul D View Post
    They moan about towers blocking views of the cathedral and they really know what they're on about in the Wirral of course,where else would want to slap a Morrisons supermarket next to the beautiful Fort Perch rock there? that's a beautiful picture Dave but what that picture needs is a lovely looking supermarket to make it perfect.
    Well said Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cissie Braithwaite View Post
    Scouserdave do you have any advice about looking after lenses on a camera? How to clean them etc?
    Not really, apart from having a UV lense attached and keeping your lense cap on in between taking shots. If you really have to clean your lense, use a very mild solution of washing up liquid and warm water. A bit like cleaning your specs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    Not really, apart from having a UV lense attached and keeping your lense cap on in between taking shots. If you really have to clean your lense, use a very mild solution of washing up liquid and warm water. A bit like cleaning your specs.
    Thanks for the advice, Dave. I am these days more of a writer than a photographer and mostly take photographs (35 mm slides -- yes I am in the dark ages) for history presentations I give. I will soon though reacquire a scanner and post some of the shots of Liverpool in the Sixties and later that I took, some quite artsy, others mostly straightforward shots of historical buildings in the area that might be of interest to the denizens of the forum.

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