Anglesey Today

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  1. ShiftZZ

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    My word that's a sharp photo, could you advise camera and lens please
     
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    Great pic, Dave.
    Black and white has that special something.
     
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    I used a Cannon EOS 550D 18-200 lens, polorising filter, converted to Black and white using Photomatrix, no Photoshop.. Only a keen amateur... There will be other funsters who know a lot more than me..
     
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    I know different branch and not Anglesey of today, Dave, but I recently read a book and all the relevant references regarding the last King of Anglesey and his secret marriage to the wife of Henry v .... it was their love story in a way and about what happened to her, although information is very limited. I wonder if it may even have been the first we hear about alzheimers ... Brilliant story for anyone interested in history of Wales.


    Strange to think he may have looked out on that very same bay.
     
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