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Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, Rajasthan by FrestonHouse

Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, Rajasthan

I like it, but the colour is a bit orange for me. It's also a shame you've just cut off the finial on the tip of the roof.
Alan

By: FrestonHouse

Thumper and Vera by JMCroft

Thumper and Vera

Lucky you seeing them on a good day.
Alan

By: JMCroft

Glacier Lake Jokulsarlon dawn light by Richsr

Glacier Lake Jokulsarlon dawn light

Beautiful colours Richard. I think the foreground water movement provides a lovely reflection of the movement
of the clouds.
Alan

By: Richsr

Fractured ice by Richsr

Fractured ice

Beautiful (and COLD)!
Alan

By: Richsr

Happy Christmas by alansnap

Happy Christmas


Quote: Fascinating...wonder why the archer forgot to put his other stocking on?

Or indeed how the longbow man just behind Lorenzo has managed to be on the path while part of his bow is behind the tree! Grin

By: alansnap

Piccadilly Rain. by rontear

Piccadilly Rain.

Love it. Have a great break in the mountains - with lots of snow and plenty of sun.
Alan

By: rontear

At the Kill by rontear

At the Kill

Fine shot, it reminds me of the day in Nigeria when we went to get some meat only to find someone taking their "pet" hyena through the marketplace. Funnily enough there was a huge empty space all around the guy Smile
Alan

By: rontear

Let it snow, colour version by rontear

Let it snow, colour version

Well done Ron for getting these images on display. It's richly deserved. I like this version a lot.
Alan

By: rontear

Osprey by John_Wannop

Osprey

V3 is definitely the bestGrin

By: John_Wannop

Leopard Lookout by rontear

Leopard Lookout

Beautiful Ron. I really like the muted palette you've found here.
Alan

By: rontear

Spitfire by gazzaman

Spitfire

I agree with Nigel that the plane is too small in the frame. Typically I would use the longest position on the zoom that I can get in order to isolate the aeroplane. Then there's the exposure. It's about 2 stops too dark so there's no detail in the plane. You need to over-expose an image like this by about 1 stop to get detail in the silhouette. Finally the dust marks and the hair here are on your sensor. Dust on a lens will never show up in a picture because it's too close to focus. You should get your sensor cleaned if you don't feel comfortable about doing it yourself. However these spots which we all get can be removed easily in any photo processing software.
Alan

By: gazzaman

Indisputable proof of global warming in November at Blackpool by Bogwoppett

Indisputable proof of global warming in November at Blackpool

Undoubtedly my favourite spot. I'm really upset you've found it. Now everyone will want to know where it is! Sad
Alan

By: Bogwoppett

Leopold DeLisle, shot at dawn by mrswoolybill

Leopold DeLisle, shot at dawn

This has been a very moving series Moira. Thanks for posting it.
Alan

By: mrswoolybill

Jaguar D Type by ZOPPO

Jaguar D Type

Beautiful. I saw its stablemates running at Classic Le Mans in July. A wonderful sight.
Alan

By: ZOPPO

Canberra by jasonrwl

Canberra

A fine series of a truly elegant aircraft.
Alan

By: jasonrwl

Bruntingthorpe Lightning - Taxi Run by advancedbiker

Bruntingthorpe Lightning - Taxi Run

I remember way back in 1968 nearing the end of a cycling tour of Scotland as I rode past Leuchers two Lightings did their show-off scramble and vertical climb. They were off to see off a nasty Russian no doubt. Sadly the cloud was low and they simply came down the runway, stood on their tails and simply vanished. Incredible. The Typhoon can do something similar, but we've had to wait 40 years for it.
Alan

By: advancedbiker

Loving couple . by Manas

Loving couple .

I think I recognise the lay-by near Shimla? When we were there the yaks were different, but the idea was the same.Grin
Alan

By: Manas

Scary Street by fargon

Scary Street

I enjoyed this when I saw it a few weeks back, and your treatment is very good too. Just outside and part sponsored by the Florence Leica shop.
Alan

By: fargon

A good read by rontear

A good read

Just my sort of photo Ron. I like the chance to wonder what's going on, who he is and what he's reading. I just hope it wasn't a buiness book.
Alan

By: rontear

Sgurr na Stri and the South Cuillin ridge by billmyl

Sgurr na Stri and the South Cuillin ridge

Lovely, you got a good day to capture this. When I went up Sgurr na stri I couldn't see anything, but I was a bit luckier on the ridge itself.
Alan

By: billmyl

Leopard Gaze by rontear

Leopard Gaze

She looks really cool Ron. I have been revisiting my South African photos and I'm still amazed at how calm adult leopards can be.
Alan

By: rontear

Maasia Mara storm by rontear

Maasia Mara storm

Super Ron. We lived in Nigeria for a couple of years - up in the hills. From Easter to the end of June we had a storm every day. This takes me back.
Alan

By: rontear

Thompsons Gazelle's in dawn light. by rontear

Thompsons Gazelle's in dawn light.

A lovely series Ron. I really liked the jackals.
Alan

By: rontear

Fatehpur sikri by prabhuv

Fatehpur sikri

A fascinating place. I really enjoyed my visit.
Alan

By: prabhuv

sqn ldr g stratford by Pixel_Pirate

sqn ldr g stratford

You lucky son of a gun. I had to go on the washout that was the Saturday - I had to fly out to Geneva the next day - grr. Still, I got to see Vera and Thumper together in the rain.
AlanGrin

By: Pixel_Pirate

Red Squirrel by rontear

Red Squirrel

Everyone say,"Aah!." I have seen them wild in the Lakes, but not quite so approachable.
Alan

By: rontear

Potsdamer Platz by rontear

Potsdamer Platz

I loved the brashness of Potsdammer Platz. Must go back, the last time I was there I was busy coming apart with stress, so the colours were a great distraction.
Alan

By: rontear

Bear Necessities. by rontear

Bear Necessities.

Super shot Ron. A guess,"A bear chewed my camera." is a novel excuse for the insurance.
Grin
Alan

By: rontear

Couldn't believe his eye's by rontear

Couldn't believe his eye's

I like your Cambridge shots Ron. Something a bit edgy and different.
Alan

By: rontear

Twins by CanonMan

Twins

Wonderful, especially V2. How lucky you were to be there.
Alan

By: CanonMan