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Brilliant - she used a compact


Kris_Dutson e2
12 8.2k 1 England
10 Oct 2010 7:16PM
Big up to the winner of the Country File photo comp for that. Smile

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NexusImages e2
7 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2010 7:20PM
Brill innit. Grin

p.s, did you know I just posted the exact thing as my fb stat!! lol Wink
Kris_Dutson e2
12 8.2k 1 England
10 Oct 2010 7:25PM
Lol - I do now. Wink
User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
10 Oct 2010 7:59PM
Agreed. Bring it on...

A perfect example of 'it's NOT the camera'!!!!!!

10/10.

Grin
_ e2
9 535 4 Virgin Islands, British
10 Oct 2010 8:24PM
Never mind the camera she used, as soon as I saw the shot a few weeks ago I thought it was the quality shot of the bunch.
davereet e2
10 219 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2010 8:29PM
Its also amazing how much they enlarged it, I also thought it was a winner as soon as I saw it on a previous programme.
Dave
LeeFisher e2
5 59 8 England
10 Oct 2010 8:30PM
I agree the Sheep is a fantastic shot and a well deserved winner. The Dragonfly was a top shot too, so two worthy winners Smile
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PenR e2
4 2
10 Oct 2010 8:42PM
Thanks for the positive comments, its much appreciated... I'm still in a state of shock. Yes I took "going home" with a somewhat battered compact camera that I bought over 3 years ago (and yes... in real life, the picture blown up to that size did look a bit pixelated (the magic of TV heh?).

When Countryfile told me I was in the final 12, I thought it was a hoax. I'm a total amateur with no photographic training and I’m not part of any photographic group (till I just signed up to this one). In fact I wasn’t aware that photography was “one of my passions” until I read it on the BBC site just now!

I only sent my picture in to the competition after strong cajoling from a friend. I’m chuffed to bits that an image of a few sheep is good enough to be used and I hope the calendar raises plenty of money for “Children in Need”.
discreetphoton e2
10 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2010 8:50PM
Congratulations, and what a great way to find your way here Smile Welcome to the site. Look forward to seeing what else you have.
Kris_Dutson e2
12 8.2k 1 England
10 Oct 2010 8:50PM
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Well all I can say is it's worthy winner and was my favourite by a long way, and if it means anything I would be extremely happy to have it in my portfolio. Very well done indeed.

Oh, and how about uploading it to you portfolio so we can all have a good look.Smile
Coleslaw e2
9 13.4k 28 Wales
10 Oct 2010 9:05PM
Well done indeed.
tomcat e2
9 6.2k 15 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2010 9:07PM
I must say, it was the one that stood out for meTongue

I thought the overall selections were nowhere up to the standard of last years.
That is no reflection on the those that took them either.
Perhaps, the "judges" were looking for summat different.

Unless Cheryl scared 'em all offGrin
StuartAt e2
10 1.0k 6 England
10 Oct 2010 9:14PM
Congrats - I wondered if it was a member on here... and now it is!
MrsS e2
8 4.5k 18 England
10 Oct 2010 9:28PM
Congrats, Pen & welcome to EPZ Smile

Fran x
f8 e2
11 9.2k 22 England
10 Oct 2010 9:37PM
Apart from the winner, my choice was "Balancing act" and "Pot of Gold"
Well done to all finalists.

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