0 Comments Tributes to pilot and aerial photographer who died in Co Antrim light plane crash BelfastTelegraph.co.uk An experienced pilot who died in a light aircraft crash has been described as "the best friend and colleague anyone could wish for". https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/tributes-to-pilot-and-aerial-photographer-who-died-in-co-antrim-light-plane-crash-36828327.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article36829087.ece/9d82a/AUTOCROP/h342/farmbrough_greenwood_plane_crash.jpg Email An experienced pilot who died in a light aircraft crash has been described as "the best friend and colleague anyone could wish for". Bob Farmbrough was at the controls of the small plane that came down in Co Antrim on Thursday. Bryan Greenwood from Larne, who ran his own aerial photography business, was also killed. We know exactly what families are going through: Says sister of Kegworth air disasterThe Cessna 152, which is understood to have been rented … [Read more...] about Tributes to pilot and aerial photographer who died in Co Antrim light plane crash
adityagoa, Jrrny Published 10:02 pm, Thursday, April 12, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia for Bali for Yoga Teacher Training Course in Ubud 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Bali for Yoga Teacher Training Course: Even after you step on this sacred land and breathe it for the first time from the air, you will experience the feeling of home. Everything in Barry speaks of that perfect Love that comes from the Heart of the Earth and carries the freedom of the Soul. There the weather seems to have stopped. And the majestic beauty of wildlife will fill your entire being with colors, fragrances, magic and a sense of creation. Teaching Yoga course TTC-200 Certification courses on yoga (200 hours) of hatha and vinyasa flow yoga teachers Latest videos Now Playing: Now Playing Slackline Athletes Are Exploring Amazing Angles From Brazil Vocativ Speed-Riding in Val d'Isére, France … [Read more...] about Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia for Bali for Yoga Teacher Training Course in Ubud
Do you know when this picture of Newbury Bus Station was taken? The Newbury Weekly News published it on its local history page in March, stating the following: "This week’s picture is of Newbury Bus Station back in 1968. In those days, the station was on the corner of Bartholomew Street and Market Street, now the Kennet Shopping centre car park." We then had a letter from JE Turner of Thatcham, saying: "I enjoy perusing old photos of West Berkshire, particularly those of "The picture described as Newbury Bus Station in 1968, on page 30 of the March 15 edition, caught my eye immediately, as my first impression was that I was looking at a picture of the bus station in 1978 or thereabouts. "I spoke to a few people who had lived and worked in the area at the time, and the unanimous memory impression was that the bus station was in the Wharf right up to the 1970s. "One person who worked in the Wharf Café in the early 70s is sure the buses were there then. "Of course, … [Read more...] about Who can help us date this photograph?
Edinburgh is a beautiful historic city, and one with such a variety of amazing things to do and see. From the Georgian elegance of New Town, to the preserved medieval Old Town and the world-class shopping of Princes Street, history buffs, foodies, shoppers and lovers of culture and fun all love Edinburgh equally. When I say lovers of culture and fun, of course, I am referring to the Edinburgh 'Fringe' festival. Below are some of my favourite photos that I took when I visited the Edinburgh Fringe festival a few years ago. Photo - Singers Serenading Tourists I took this photo while I was having lunch in the Grassmarket area, with Edinburgh castle towering above. I was sitting down with my son, when, from out of nowhere this comedy group appeared and started serenading a table nearby. Why I Like This Photo It sums up the impromptu and fun feeling of the festival. A feeling that anything can happen and it shows that it truly does. How To Take A Photo Like This Carry … [Read more...] about Edinburgh Travel With #NoFilter Photographs
I’m a proud PADI AmbassaDiver + this post is brought to you by PADI. How does an indecisive blogger decide what PADI Continuing Education course she’s going to do next? Easy, she lets her readers choose for her! If you’ve been around here for a while, you probably know I love me some courses and workshops. Lucky for me, PADI, the world’s leading scuba diving organization, offers so many it would take a lifetime to complete them all — and I wouldn’t mind testing that theory! With so many options, I was stumped on what my first course of 2018 should be. Would I sign up for PADI AWARE Fish Identification, and learn to point out my fishy friends a little more competently, and not have to enlist a friend for help every time I need to write a diving blog post? Would I enroll in PADI Diver Propulsion Vehicle Diver and feel like an underwater James Bond zipping around a dive site? Would I finally go for PADI Wreck Diver, so I’d be certified to … [Read more...] about Say “Seas”! A Review of the PADI Underwater Photographer Course • Alex in Wanderland