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Lord Parker

Yes A Real Life Lord..... But also a Photographer

I am Lord Parker, My family line is a long and interesting one, with some very notable characters. I live in the South West of the UK.
I have my own company which specialises in Wedding Photography: http://lord-parker.co.uk I also undertake Freelance work for the Newspapers and have a passion for taking wildlife images. Soon to open my own studio and run courses for groups and individuals
Twitter profile: @lordparker







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About 4 weeks ago if you have 17 mins free check it out..... insane
AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (Live At River Plate 2009)
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About 10 weeks ago Here is a (if I do say so myself) great image of North Newton Lock. Shot in a moment of sunshine, the calm before the storm.. Batten down the hatches me hearties... here comes Strike Four
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About 1 week ago I've been to the park this afternoon.. it's a super sunny Sunday. I sat down (After a Fashion) by the Tulips and took this shot for you.. Enjoy
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About 13 weeks ago Well last night we had more rain.. I know right!! weird or what.

More villages are now cut off as a result and the inland sea that is Curry moor claims another part of the land. more rain forecast this week so hey ho on we go.
This is the road into Ruishton a village on the outskirts of Taunton, we drove through this a few hours before it got this deep, whilst shooting this some guy came through in a 4 x 4 and barely made it (thanks for the wash by the way!!)


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About 13 weeks ago "The Land That Time Forgot"
© Jeff R. Clow

Along the Icefields Parkway in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.....a perfect place to channel my inner Ansel Adams.


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About 10 weeks ago Bathpool Bridge - Still raining and Lots more to come tonight!!! this is never ending (in fact it's becoming the "norm" now). 

When will it end.... Villages are being evacuated as i type.. 

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About 13 weeks ago Check out the Suns rays on this image.. this is the River Tone, all swollen and running very fast. Yet more rain forecast over the next few days, with more villages getting cut off everyday... it's a bit bleak out there. 
But because this is SOMERSET it's not newsworthy If it was Bristol of Gloucester you'd never hear the end of it
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About 12 weeks ago Swans on the Itchen
Swans on the River Itchen watermeadows , Winchester.
#ukphotographycommunity +UK Photography Community #landscapephotography +Landscape Photography #winchesteruk +HQSP Landscape 

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About 7 weeks ago The Outside of the Church of St Augustine at West Monkton, showing here the 88ft high tower, the arch of which is thought to date back to the 13th century.
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About 1 week ago St Stephens Church in Winsham, Somerset.
The Church of St Stephen originates from the 13th century, though mostly 15th century with 19th century restoration. Designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building