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View from Hoch Licht top (Monte Rosa group - Western Alps) by sarrasani

View from Hoch Licht top (Monte Rosa group - Western Alps)

When one is out walking, there's seldom a chance to catch the "golden" hour, so you make the most of what you can get. This gives a really good view of the geology, the weather and the altitude. I doubt if it would win many competitions, but as part of a set of images it's absolutely what you want. It helps to convey the scene as you saw it.
Alan

By: sarrasani

Double Act by jasonrwl

Double Act

Very well captured and composed. Well worth a UA.
Alan

By: jasonrwl

red arrows by hp_fruity

red arrows

Nicely created, but not the real nine I think.

By: hp_fruity

Low Approach by Curtain

Low Approach

Great to see them. Roll on Southport.
Alan

By: Curtain

French Alps from Aiguille du Midi 3842 mts by fordie

French Alps from Aiguille du Midi 3842 mts

I love it. This is one of my favourite views and the clouds are always magnificent. I'll be in the valley at the end of next week!
Alan

By: fordie

One of the Few by nightjockey

One of the Few

Nothing wrong with it. This is the two seater, and a fine sight.
Alan

By: nightjockey

Pine marten with Water vole by hibbz

Pine marten with Water vole

What a fine capture. Well done.
Alan

By: hibbz

canberra PR9 by ugly

canberra PR9

Lovely shot of an amazing aircraft.
What a shame about the Lancs. I hope this bloody wind dies down in time for Southport.
Alan

By: ugly

Security by mrswoolybill

Security

Both lovely shots, though I think Michael Caine here is my favourite!
Alan

By: mrswoolybill

Fishing Spirit Bear by rontear

Fishing Spirit Bear

Lovely shot Ron. I'm off to BC next June and we're hoping to see some bears and whales when we're on Vancouver Island. Fingers crossed and all that.
Alan

By: rontear

Vera and Thumper by Curtain

Vera and Thumper

Looking forward to seeing them at Southport.
Alan

By: Curtain

"VERA" by mungoray

"VERA"

Great to see it. I hope I'll see both flying Lancs at Southport next month.
Alan

By: mungoray

Between a Rock and a Hard Place by bill33

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Lovely shot. Makes me want to go and climb it again!
Alan

By: bill33

Highland Soldier by KenTaylor

Highland Soldier

Thanks for capturing this. In terms of population, during the first world war the Scottish Highlands had the highest casualty rate of any region of any country. A warrior breed but at a cost.
Alan

By: KenTaylor

Walking Wolf by rontear

Walking Wolf

Submissive behaviour well captured.
Alan

By: rontear

Alhambra detail by rontear

Alhambra detail

You're right Ron, if only we also remembered that during our dark ages, after the fall of the Roman Empire, Islam kept science alive and expanded it. Without Islamic scholars much of ancient Greek/Roman knowledge would have been lost.

Alan

By: rontear

Black Bear Lunch. by rontear

Black Bear Lunch.

Fine shot Ron. I'm hoping we'll see some bears next year in BC.
Alan

By: rontear

taj mahal by sawsengee

taj mahal

I managed to get this view early one morning. It's magical isn't it?
Alan

By: sawsengee

FERRARI OR JAG by one

FERRARI OR JAG

Jag for me! I had the pleasure of watching cars of both marques racing at Le Mans recently at the Classic. Fantastic.
Alan

By: one

The Hand by rontear

The Hand

Glad to be number 30 Ron - knew it was your's as soon as the thumbnail came up!
Alan

By: rontear

Chinese Fishing Nets, Cochin by TonyDy

Chinese Fishing Nets, Cochin

I loved these Tony. I was lucky enough to get some decent shots and a video.
Alan

By: TonyDy

Airborne Juvenile Hare by JohnoP

Airborne Juvenile Hare

This has been n excellent series. Well done.
Alan

By: JohnoP

A street Candid .. by prabirsenuk

A street Candid ..

I hope you managed to stay reasonably clean Grin
Alan

By: prabirsenuk

Any objections? by jadus

Any objections?

Glad you took this. Taking photographs of children in a public place is legal. Some disturbed individuals take photos of children in inappropriate ways showing abuse or sexual content. That is illegal, and frankly appalling, but taking photos with children in them undertaking normal activity is not. The logic seems to be "paedophiles take pictures to illustrate their perversion, therefore anyone taking photos of children is a paedophile." Pure bonkers, and we have to get that message out or our life will become impossible.
End of supportive rant,
Alan

By: jadus

Magpie Mine Milky Way by JamesGrantPhotography

Magpie Mine Milky Way

A lovely shot with fine composition. The light pollution actually adds something, so I won't worry too much.
Alan

By: JamesGrantPhotography

Swallows and Amazons by DalesLass

Swallows and Amazons

Coot Club for ever!
Alan

By: DalesLass

Lovers by rontear

Lovers

Excellent shadow play Ron, though that bin bag draws my eye.
Alan

By: rontear

Following by rontear

Following

All you need if for them to grab the tail of the one in frontGrin An excellent environmental nature shot.
Alan

By: rontear

Calling yoou by Dallachy

Calling yoou

Bet it's not as tuneful as Nelson Eddie and Jeanette McDonald!Grin
Alan

By: Dallachy

Wheels of friendship by redefined

Wheels of friendship

I was going to say, why do we all like taking this sort of picture? I know I do.

Now, as a cyclist, I will add - Please give him my regards and hopes for a quick recovery.

Alan

By: redefined