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Inside The Bear Wholefoods, Todmorden, August 2013
England
Copyright: Joby catto
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Inside the kitchen at The Bear Cafe in Todmorden, August 2012
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Lantern Parade at the Lamplighter Festival, Todmorden
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Some informal panorama training in the beer garden
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Lantern Parade at the Lamplighter Festival, Todmorden
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Lantern Parade at the Lamplighter Festival, Todmorden
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Lantern Parade at the Lamplighter Festival, Todmorden
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Inside Marshalls Menswear shop, est. 1895
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Flood-damaged bridge at Shade, Todmorden
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A carpet of wild garlic (ramsons) at Lumbutts Clough near Todmorden
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Yorkshire Day sausage sizzle with friends & family at Porcus, Todmorden
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The town of Lemmer in Friesland, the Netherlands
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Le bord de la calle de raboud de Granville - France
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Sail 2010 Bremerhaven
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Bremen Marktplatz Musikfest 2010
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Horseshoe Bend of Colorado River at midday
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Yodobashi camera store Shinjuku west branch
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Bluebells in Hardcastle Crags, May 2007
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The annual display of Castle Carr Fountain, near Halifax
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Lantern Parade at the Lamplighter Festival, Todmorden
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Food traders at the finale of Handmade Parade, Calder Holmes Park, Hebden Bridge
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A selfie sideways glance from Stoodley Pike monument
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Ghost Peloton circle: Hunslet, Leeds
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Releasing the pigeons for the bicentennial of Stoodley Pike monument
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Kerið crater lake under grey autumn skies, Iceland
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Ghost Peloton spiral: Hunslet, Leeds
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Sylvia Plath’s grave at Heptonstall, near Hebden Bridge
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