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|Blood Cancer UK (formerly Bloodwise)
Dedicated to beating blood cancer since 1960.
Blood Cancer UK is a community determined to beat blood cancer by funding research that takes us closer to a cure.
Donate to Blood Cancer UK.
Cracking Nuts – they are absolutely passionate about nuts, natural ingredients and North Devon!
Cracking Nuts was born in early Spring in 2014 after it struck them just how moorish and tasty the humble nut can be.
They have found a 200 year old German recipe and by experimenting with it a little have come up with a traditional range of sweet cinnamon, salty and chilli roasted peanuts, cashews and almonds, all with our own unique modern twist.
The ancient technologies that have shaped the English countryside for millennia are kept alive today by dedicated people who have become skilled in these ancient crafts.
Conygar Coppice is a web site that provides a gateway into this fascinating world of Iron Age Roundhouses, Hedge laying, Hurdles and Fencing and even Composting Toilets.
|Travel Related Links including links to health and safety sites
Over the life of this site I have been requested to add links to other travel related web sites and include links to health and safety and other related topics and have obliged in a number of cases. Unfortunately, these site have not invited me to evaluate the services they offer first hand, but I have listed them in good faith and cannot accept any responsibility if they do not perform as expected. If you feel that a link should not be listed here, please contact me using the Contact Form on the About page and I will investigate.
|Links to Panorama Related Sites and Software
Links include PTGui, Pano2VR, panoramic tripod head suppliers and 360° panoramas.
|Hugh Anderson: a 360° view of Retirement
Tribute published in Geomatics World May / June 2012 on the occasion of retirement after 23 years with Leica Geosystems.
|Seeing Life through a Different Lens by Victoria Knight
Tribute published in the Hexagon “Together” magazine, Issue 2 2012 (December 2012).
Leica Geosystems is one of the many companies under the Hexagon umbrella.
|The 2020 Social Media Image Sizes Guide
Social media platforms are forever changing the image sizes and formats, so this site has re-created the 2019 social media image sizes cheat sheet and updated it to 2020.
“The 2020 Social Media Image Sizes Guide” explains what the best image sizes are for each social network and the image types to use. Every major social media platform is listed on here so you’re up-to-date with social media platform optimization.
|The Ultimate Savings Guide for Beginner Photographers: 50+ Tips and Resources
Wondering how to save money while getting started with photography? The tips and tricks here can help:
This is a beginner’s guide to photography aimed at bringing novices to a higher level without breaking the bank. There are plenty of tips for saving and some of the basics of how to get started in photography.
|The Best Film Photography Guide for Beginners
It’s possible that film photography might seem a little bit intimidating at first since there are a few new concepts to learn, but honestly once you have the basics crystal clear, the rest is pure experimentation and joy.
This guide has been built to make your entry into the world of analogue photography as easy and clear as possible.
|Buy Film Online
Quality Analgue cameras are available at very reasonable prices or perhaps you already have one.
These are the best-selling films available.
Over 200 different films across 35 mm, 120, large format, instant and more.
If you’re totally new to Film Photography then head over to our Beginner’s Guide to brush up on the basics.
|Architecture Photography Resources
Written by Brian Enright
Whether it’s a special occasion, like a wedding or family reunion, or just taking a leisurely stroll through the park, taking photos is a fun and fulfilling hobby.
If you enjoy experimenting with art and technology, then you might like photography as a personal hobby.
From fun and silly selfies to taking snapshots of nature, photography can be a rewarding venture that helps capture the beauty and uniqueness of the world and people around us.
Even if you just enjoy taking photos for personal use, photography is a wonderful form of self-expression and an excellent way to practice your craft.
|Top 10 Digital Photography Tips
Take Your Digital Photography To the Next Level!
You’ll have to look well at how you’re going to make the most out of digital photography efforts by using a few sensible tips.
Fortunately, it is not as hard to work with the field of digital photography when you look at a few sensible points for making your efforts work.
|Know Your DNA, Know Your History
If you’ve taken a DNA test, you already know how much information you’ll get from the test results, but what do you do with all of that data?
Do you know how to read raw DNA data and how can you use it to help you improve your life and learn more about your health risks and your ancestry?
This site will answer all your questions and provide you with information about raw DNA data tools that will allow you to make the most of your DNA test results.
|St Mary’s, Sixpenny Handley
A church has stood on the current site of St Mary’s for almost a thousand years.
Panoramic Photography by Hugh Anderson ~ www.360hugh.co.uk
|Ancient Technology Centre, Cranborne, Dorset
Panoramic images at the Ancient Technology Centre in Cranborne, Dorset, inside the Earthouse, Roundhouse and Viking Longhouse.
Panoramic Photography by Hugh Anderson ~ www.360hugh.co.uk
|Matonyok Nomads Development Organization
MANDO is dedicated to improving the tomorrows of Maasai pastoralist, nomadic communities in Kenya.
Matonyok is a Maasai word meaning working together for success. It is based on the concept of a community deciding to help itself. This is how MANDO addresses its goals of achieving more secure livelihoods and reducing vulnerability to poverty. Once this process starts, it becomes very powerful.
|British Exploring Society The British Exploring Society (formerly ‘The British Schools Exploring Society’) came into existence in 1932 from an educational idea by Commander George Murray Levick RN, a member of Captain Scott’s final Antarctic expedition of 1911 to 1912. Their aim is: “To provide young people with an intense and lasting experience of self-discovery in a demanding and natural wilderness environment”. Exploration is the key element of such an expedition, but the British Exploring Society expeditions also involve the Young Explorers in scientific activities.|
|Photographers, what to do if your images are stolen?
It is easy as it is to share photos online, but it’s just as easy for people to steal them!
From the moment you snap your photographs, they are protected: you don’t have to register them or mark them as copyrighted; they belong to you.
Check out the options on this site to find our what to do if your images are stolen.
|IT for Charities: A Guide
The aim is to provide small charities, who lack advanced resources, with a guide to help them overcome their everyday IT problems.
A vast number of charities have been contacted about the idea and the response has been with much enthusiasm in with many certain it would be of great use to them.
The iSTAR® is precision engineered like no other camera and its construction pushes the very limits of today’s manufacturing and lens technology.
Fully automatic, instant, 360 degree panoramic camera delivering high resolution spherical images in seconds!
Nodal Ninja is a specially designed spherical tripod head allowing the photographer to adjust a camera and lens so the “entrance pupil” (front nodal point) is exactly over its correct rotational axis. Their web site states “The lightest smallest panoramic tripod head on the market today. Nodal Ninja is a solution for both amateurs and professionals alike that seek precision, portability, reliability as well as top notch support.”
|Red Door VR Limited UK are UK stockists and Business to Business distributors of Nodal Ninja, Giottos, Panosaurus, Promote® Control, VR panoramic photographic hardware, equipment and software, and adapters for using the Nodal Ninja NN3 for Spherical Panoramas for use with Leica HDS Scanners.
Red Door VR Limited are an exclusively a Mail Order supplier based in the UK (Leeds and Lancaster), and their website is their virtual showroom. They are a small specialist company, who pride themselves on their level of product knowledge and customer satisfaction.
|Gane and Marshall are specialists in African safaris and provided the logistical support for our BSES expedition to Northern Tanzania in 2004. They have a wealth of knowledge and experience of travel in this wonderful part of the world. Gane and Marshall have been organizing Kilimanjaro climbs since 1991, and in 2009 Jeremy Gane was appointed project manager and guide for the Comic Relief celebrity Kilimanjaro climb. Take an African safari with Gane and Marshall and see a wide variety of natural wonders found in landscapes that have remained unspoiled for many hundreds of years. Gane and Marshall organise safaris and treks to: Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Zanzibar, Seychelles, Madagascar and Mauritius.|
|On December 16th 2004, Mark Evans launched his 17ft kayak into the waters off Musandam in the Sultanate of Oman to raise money for the Oman National Association for Cancer Awareness. Mark completed the first part his journey on 3rd January 2005, and continued his progress along the coast of Oman during Easter 2005. On the 5th January 2006 Mark arrived in Salalah. The journey was completed on Monday 9th January bringing to an end Mark’s 1700 Km journey around the coastline of Oman. This photograph of Mark paddling out through the surf was taken by John Smith, who was Mark’s back up in the Land Rover. Visit John’s website, www.photonz.net, and see his other stunning images from Oman and other exciting parts of the world.|
|From the Africa’s Blue Nile Gorge to rivers of the Arctic tundra; from high Asia and the Himalaya to Arabia’s Empty Quarter, Bruce Kirkby’s journeys have taken him around the globe. His website provides access to images and reports from his latest adventures, archives from past expeditions, and the opportunity to learn more about future events. Visit Bruce’s site and enjoy his stunning images from around the world.|
|McCarthy Taylor Systems Ltd is an independent software house specialising in 3D terrain modelling software. This is used across a wide range of industries and applications ranging from mineral extraction, land surveying, hydrographic design and surveying, civil engineering, construction, landscape architecture, consultancy, to air and traffic accident investigation, geotechnical engineering, waste management and archaeology. This software was used to model the crater of Ol Doinyo Lengai.|
Tori James reached the summit of Mount Everest at 7:30am on Thursday 24th May 2007 and is the first ever Welsh Woman to stand on top of the world. Tori worked as the Young Explorer Coordinator at BES Expeditions for three years. In 2005 Tori raced to the Magnetic North Pole as a member of the Pink Lady® PoleCats team. Tori became the youngest ever female to complete The Scott Dunn Polar Challenge, a gruelling 360-mile race to the Magnetic North Pole. On 2nd October 2006 Tori made it to the summit of Cho Oyu (the 6th highest peak in the world!) in preparation to climb Mount Everest.