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    Just a few pics from recent Norfolk trip. We assumed this was a derelict unloved building. surprised to discover it's someone's garden. Hopefully pics will load this time as had issues in past. Any tips on how to post from Flickr off an iPad if this doesn't work would be appreciated

    Untitled by jay bee, on Flickr

    Untitled by jay bee, on Flickr

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    Untitled by jay bee, on Flickr
    Last edited by krela; 20th May 15 at 22:01.

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    Problem with pictures?

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    Yeah that doesn't work, I don't know how to do it on ipad, sorry.

    I have fixed them for you this time.
    Last edited by krela; 20th May 15 at 22:02.

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    Pics look good to me
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    Thanks for sorting it..I only have an ipad as eldest has pinched lappy and taken it to uni..is it something to do with flash?

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    Lovely pictures! I love the ceiling!

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    I love this church..been twice..the owner is really nice and really helpful and has no problem letting you see his church.i use an ipad.i do use photobucket though.
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    I'm going to redo the how to post photos instructions at some point over the next week or so, it'll include an easier way to do it that should work for everyone.

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    love this, love that ceiling and the floor tiles.
    so many churches in norfolk have gone unloved so i love it when i get to them or see someone else has seen them.
    thanks

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    Nice one, loved this place so peaceful there.
    Thanks for sharing :)
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