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Lord Parker
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Yes A Real Life Lord..... But also a Photographer
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I am Lord Parker, My family line is a long and interesting one, with some very notable characters. I live in the South West of the UK.

I have my own company which specializes in Pet Photography, Portraits, Wedding, Commercial and Boudoir Photography: http://lord-parker.co.uk 


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I AM A LORD..... also got the following - PGCE, Bsc(Hons), FdSc, MCSD, WSS, APP
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Yes I am a Lord but also Heavily Into Photoshop and Photography
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I have a very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career
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  • Lord Parker Photography
    Managing Director, 2012 - present

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Dino the Mastiff shot with the 18mm Fujinon lens. I love this look of a large head in focus and everything else blurred.
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Had a superb Mastiff in the studio today.. A very willing model he was..
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What a great portrait of this cute dog. +Lord Parker 
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Popped up to see the Whisper Girls tonight on Castle Green.. I wanted a play with the new wireless flash system, this was shot on the lowest power available. I tried High power and it was like looking at the sun, which is presumably what attracted the Policeman to come over :)
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They are works of art.. A Statue....lol
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Look who I bumped into today at the Birmingham NEC.....
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He's naked!!!!!where's his bandolier
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A Super Sunny Spring Afternoon at Vivary Park, this Ice-Cream Vendor was doing a huge amount of Trade today..
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Another Night Shoot tonight... Off to Stoke St Mary to capture the Half Moon Inn, which has recently had a change of management.
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Two dinners and drinks, sounds like the making of a good night of nightmares. Perhaps another night. Still, the photo was nice. 
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Just Returned from the West Somerset Railway Spring Gala.. Some Awesome Dramatic Images of the trains shot.. Actually quite happy. Here is the 5542 getting ready to Roll
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Outstanding capture and a beautiful scenery +Lord Parker 
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Halfway through the lambing season here, they are growing quite well here at "The Mump" Burrowbridge (scene of the great 2014 Somerset floods)
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Quite a nice afternoon out there today, tomorrow looks even better with hardly a cloud in the sky.. This is The Taunton Canal at Crown Industrial Park
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It's True - I Do!!
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Gorgeous Spring Afternoon.. Even if England are currently losing against France in the 6 Nations Rugby... booo
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Very pretty primroses. Not a good day's 6 Nations for me. Oh, flower o' Scotland...
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Some Sort of Solar Eclipse might have happened yesterday... I seem to have seen something about it on the news.. Here is my shot 
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This was in Somerset, UK... Cloudy for most of it
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I recently had the pleasure of attending this venue for a meeting, the staff were pleasant and friendly, the venue is clean and well presented. The food was lovely, we had a buffet style spread and the sandwiches were very good quality and there was lots of hot tea and coffee provided. The only gripe I have is the car-park, there is no designated disabled parking and the exit is a tricky one if you have a wide car, anything larger than an Astra and you may struggle to leave, unless you go out the way you came in.
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We visited on 22/03/2015 for the Photoshow and being disabled would have appreciated parking a little closer than we got, or a buggy service from the car-park to the main hall. Oh and £10 to park is very pricey indeed, and then £15 to hire a mobility scooter.. that's £25 before you've even got in. The Hall was clean and spacious and the stewards were really helpful with their directions, apart from the officious guy on the gate for hall 5, who seemed to have a built in speed detector and proceeded to argue with me before asking for my blue badge to check my identity..!! Disabled toilets not very spacious and the one I went to use was just visited by a mum and young daughter, although there is a female one next door.. unfortunately she'd urinated all over the seat, so I declined the use of the facilities.
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What a pleasant experience, so unusual to see a farmers market at a service station as opposed to a Burger King or KFC... there was a large selection of fresh produce available and even at the far end a Butchers shop where you can collect a Sunday roast or a nice bit of steak. The Staff were really friendly, I'm used to being called Sir but they don't know me and still called me Sir which made me feel most welcome. We spent £9 in the shop on a large bottle of Orange, a couple of Fentimens Colas and some chocolate, very good value we thought. The Toilets are very clean and disabled visitors are really well looked after, the disabled loo was very spacious and had all the features to take care of special needs. Fuel was pricey of course, but not as pricey as the service station up the road which was £122 a litre of unleaded as opposed to £109 in town. All in all a very good experience
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Not the cheapest in town, but competitive with Morrisons The have now removed the very handy pay at pump system, meaning you now need to go in the shop which has a range of products to tempt you, which are slightly inflated in price. The price of fuel seems to fluctuate depending on if the schools are open or there is a bank holiday, but it may just be my imagination.
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Yikes .... £1.22 a ltr of unleaded... in town it's only £1.09 a ltr. Aside from that the price of the products in the store was inflated and on the whole a honey trap for motorists on the Motorway, the nest advice is stock up on fuel before travelling or pull off the motorway and fill up.
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Good quality Pizzas delivered to your home, that's what they offer and that's what they deliver (pardon the pun). The pizzas are very good quality with excellent ingredients, a couple of tips for you, check out the offers on the website before you order, especially if it's Tuesday which is "Two for Tuesday" - Two pizzas for price of one. The delivery staff are always pleasant and friendly, We've never had an issue with wrong orders or items missing/cold on delivery. Very good value for money and well worth ordering. I recommend the Meat Feast or BBQ Texan.
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Very competitively priced petrol service station, a range of products in store from sweets to sandwiches and household products, slightly higher price than the supermarkets but you are paying for convenience. The Car wash is very well priced and open after the others in the town have all shut. We paid £2.25 for a shampoo wash and aside from a stubborn bird poop it cleaned the car very well indeed. If you are heading out of Taunton towards Wellington and you need some fuel, stop here and fill up.
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