social.coop#travel

The following happened on the a few minutes ago.

My train stopped. I asked to take another one.

🚉 company: yes, but you need to ask to the chief train officer.

Me: to ask? Is this way ok?

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"Let's play a game, to help some of the newcomers make connections: name 5-7 things that interest you but aren't in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same."

"Let's play a game, to help some of the newcomers make connections: name 5-7 things that interest you but aren't in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same."

Closing my , I am also in the publishing business. I write books about (in Italian), 13 so far with .

I like to for business and pleasure. I love modern and . I like to read and

More to come 😉

One of the towers of Warwick Castle. We climbed to the top of this tower, it's a good many small stairs in a narrow spiral staircase.

#Photography #Travel #UK

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Sometimes a GoPro is the right camera to have.

This is the view from on top of Clifford's Tower, in York, England.

Shot from the front is with the 5DMkII.

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11th March 2013:

We experienced our first English snow. This is the church in Bakewell. It only snowed for 5-10 mins before clearing to a crystal clear morning, but it was enough to delight us anyway.

Also enough to get a light dusting of snow on me.

#Photography #Snow #Travel #selfie

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8th Mar 2013:
Our day in Lichfield turned out to be extremely foggy (didn't lift all day). In the background you can just see the spire of Lichfield Cathedral which normally dominates the town.

Lichfield itself is a quaint township, with a good selection of historic buildings. Also the home of Erasmus Darwin, Grandfather to Charles Darwin. (his house pictured in colour). #Photography #Travel

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Gert & Henry's British restaurant in #York, England.

Alas, it gets some pretty varied reviews as a food establishment, but as an historical building, it's quite pretty.

#Photography #Travel

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Another photo from #York in England.

The massive red-brick building occupied by Gray's Solicitors is on the right hand side of this photo, with the spire of a Catholic church on the left (behind the sign post) and in the middle background, York Minster.
Due to the use of a wide focal length to shoot this panorama, York Minster appears quite small but in reality it dwarfs both the foreground buildings put together.

#Photography #Travel
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However, one of my favourite cities to photograph, has got to be the old quarter in York, England. cc/ @rosso

The collection of byways, snickleways and alleys is fantastic. As is the insane leaning architecture. As a bonus, no cars during the daylight hours.

#Photography #Travel #York

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