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wells cathedral, stairs to the chapter house, c. 1300





Various Wonderful well Snap shots

  1. wells cathedral, stairs to the chapter house, c. 1300
    Photo fromseier+seier
    wells cathedral, wells, england.
    stairs to the chapter house, c. 1300

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  3. Wishing Well
    Photo fromKay Gaensler
    Wishing Well at Luray Caverns in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. View large on black

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  5. Best friends
    Photo fromSPIngram
    With my dog on vacation at Corfe Castle, Dorset, UK. Toffee is a 3yr old Saluki/Greyhound, and we have had him since he was about 6 months old, after he had been rescued by Battersea Dogs Home in London. He has all the qualities you could wish for, fun, loving, loyal and a great character! He is amazing and definitely the best dog in the whole world, and I love him very much.




  7. Better Together
    Photo fromMountainbread
    Title page of Rick Warren’s Book ‘better together’.
    PENTAX *istDs, 45mm, f4.5, 1/250s, ISO800.




  9. Caithlin’s first Best In Show
    Photo fromFinn Frode (DK)
    Yesterday our Caithlin won her first Best In Show.
    She got nominated for the stage show and won Best Female Neuter.
    Dushara Cathal Caithlin (Somali) at Racekatten show in Herlev, 07.12.2014.

    Olympus E-400 Digital Camera.




  11. How Not to Shoot Thor’s Well
    Photo fromZach Dischner
    So this summer, whilest idling planless in San Fracisco, I decided to try and replicate one of the epic shots of Oregon’s Thors Well that I see plastering the internet.

    That was the extent of my planning. I had a smart phone to lead me there, and hope that I would get there in time for an epic sunset.

    Instead, I showed up during a stormy gray evening, and spent the entire evening getting blown over by wind and water. Ended up killing two camera lenses and my 5D Mark ii. Wasn’t too sad, I have them ensured (DO IT IF YOU HAVE 40$ TO SPARE!!!). I was soaked, frozen, and a little terrified after spending an evening alone on the storm blasted rock, and didn’t even get a halfway decent shot of the well. But it was still an adventure, and now I know better for next time!

    Check out the blog pos for more miserable shotst: How not to Shoot Thor’s Well

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  13. Well Dressing in Buxton, Derbyshire
    Photo fromUGArdener
    Best Viewed LARGE on Black: bighugelabs.com/flickr/onblack.php?id=3588978174&size…

    Most of the traditional examples of Well Dressing are in villages and smaller towns in Derbyshire. Like the floats in the Rose Parade in Pasadena, it’s all done with flower petals, leaves, seeds, and other natural materials, but here they are preserved for a week or so by being pressed into damp clay. We found this one in a large park near the Buxton Crescent. Here are some links:








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