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Trevor David Betts
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Photography with an edge - Photography that takes you there
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Good luck to them. This is the sign of the few standing up to the many (mind you that happened 200 years ago). I don't normally get political on here, but this is what is happening in my own country eg the native people getting swamped by foreign hoards. "Land of the Free (no), Home of the Native American Brave (yes)."

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Beautiful, sad and so very relevant. A fantastic original way in which to remember the sacrifice of our war dead. Who ever thought of this deserves the highest praise.

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THE SHOT AT DAWN PLOT NMA
A triptych of monochrome photographic prints that depict the sad and poignant 'Shoot at Dawn' at the National Memorial Arboretum. The Shot at Dawn Plot, The National Memorial Arboretum, Arlewas, Staffordshire, England. From my Tree Stories Project, 2002-. C...

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WIND MOVEMENT AROUND LONE TREE
A fairly slow shutter speed was used to capture some movement in this photographic print. Dalby Forest, North Yorkshire, England. From my Tree Stories Project, 2002-. Copyright of all images displayed upon this blog spot are the exclusive property of Trevor...

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DOTS ...
Dots, to be more precise - 'black dot's.' Are they on the horizon, in the sky or what? The answer is quiet simple really (I will leave it at that). Duxford Airfield and Museum, Duxford near Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. From no specific project as suc...

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From the beautiful and serene 'Shot at Dawn' Plot in the grounds of the National Memorial Arboretum. If you have not yet visited this location then please do, it's a stunning, yet very sad place. The National Memorial Arboretum, Arlewas, Staffordshire, Engl...

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NISSEN HUT
The detail in this monochrome photographic print is particularly good, showing the texture in the corrugated steel (the rust) and the old wooden window frame. These buildings are becoming more and more rare. They originate from the First World War, where th...

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POPPY FIELD
When first looking at this colour photographic print I thought it's either me or the film at fault? It turns out that it was the film. I was given forty rolls of film by someone and this was the first roll that I had took. Saying that sometimes mistake's ca...

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HURRICANE - WARRIOR
This is a working example of the British Hurricane Fighter plane used during WWII. There were more Hurricane's actually involve in the pivotal 'Battle of Britain' during the Second World War than 'Spitfire's.' Taken at an Airshow at Duxford, near Cambridge,...
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