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12/03/2012 - 11:08 PM

Day 200: Fish

discreetphoton In retrospect, I should have paid more attention to what kind of fish this was, but hey ho. I snapped this while having a walk around Wentworth Garden centre after work today. It was a short walk, as Iíve got loads to do over the next couple of days, but I was quite taken with this little fella. ...

08/03/2012 - 11:02 PM

Day 196: Playing fetch

discreetphoton Weíll start of with a couple of cute attention-grabbers. Whilst Iíve been conscious of wanting to get some good photos again, Iíve tried to get a bit of downtime in this week. The weatherís not been fantastic, so Iíve had a great excuse to play with our kitten. Over the last couple of weeks, Iív...

22/02/2012 - 12:57 PM

Day 181: Starfish teeth

discreetphoton Detail from the underside of a dried starfish. The area you see here is about an inch across, and was taken with a +3 close-up dioptre bought for £20 mounted on to the Tamron 18-270 PZD. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 270mm; ISO 200; F/18; 1/800s. VC off.

09/09/2011 - 1:24 PM

Big boys don't cry.

VICTORHABBICKThere is know denying that sight, sound and smell can have a big emotional impact on many people, for at times, very personal reasons. For me the still image has the biggest impact. Even in times when everything seems to be geared towards motion I am still drawn to the single photograph. We are ofte...

03/09/2011 - 3:27 PM

Day 9: Peekaboo

discreetphoton Iím not looking to make a habit of photographing my cats for my daily uploads, but I thought Iíd try for a quick pet portrait after Loki decided to play with the blind. I have to say, although the minimum aperture on this lens isnít exactly quick, the Vibration Control is excellent. It makes i...

ColeslawWhile you are busy preparing for a merry Christmas, please don't forget to donate some money to your local dog/cat/animal rescue centre or dogtrusts etc. They are abandoned by 'human'. And they deseve to have a little something for Christmas too, a chewhide, chew toy, warm blankets...... Please....

24/08/2008 - 9:02 PM

"Fear of Failure"

conrad"You must have a lot of patience" is something that wildlife photographer Steve Bloom hears a lot, he says. But he doesn't think he's that patient a man - although he does wait for the right shot for a long, long time, sometimes. Take this shot of a shark jumping out of the water to ca...

conradNot my words, as you'll understand from the quotation marks, but those of a professional photographer: Steve Bloom. I'm the latest convert to his work. All thanks to an outdoor exhibition of huge prints of his work in a park in Stavanger. They were also showing a film with excerpts from an interv...