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bfgstew's Gallery Comments

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14 by Pete

14

Thought this was Mr Habbick for a mo....................Wink

Nicely put together Pete

By: Pete

i-kid-ney-not... by tull

i-kid-ney-not...

Love Hearts, you great big soppy lump .....................WinkWinkWinkWink

Good to hear all going well mate, wishing you a speedy and full recovery.

By: tull

Coppice CCCXI by tomcat

Coppice CCCXI

Best viewed large as the detail is stunning.

Cracker Adrian, as per...........Wink

By: tomcat

The Rover by MrsS

The Rover

Are you sure that's not Mr S stuck in the sand...................Tongue

Lovely colours Fran.

By: MrsS

Barnacle Bill by bfgstew

Barnacle Bill

Thanks Carol and Peter, appreciated and you others for clicks...........Wink

Off to cook fish pie for tea so catch up laters.

By: bfgstew

Audi Fleet by ade_mcfade

Audi Fleet

I would bet a bit more than 10, but the main thing, it is going on the front cover of a book that will get a large circulation, congrats on that Ade.

As for the shot, the low angle gives the cars that, nice squat profile, something that potential buyers love to see.

By: ade_mcfade

what you looking at? by kmckillop

what you looking at?

Fantastic capture, a perfect wildlife shot of a very shy creature, gets my vote and more.

Shortlisting.

Stewart

By: kmckillop

Coppice CCLXVIII by tomcat

Coppice CCLXVIII

Was watching a pair of these today and they always make me smile, such charasmatic birds, you have captured this one perfectly.

By: tomcat

Shaggy Ink Cap by cdm36

Shaggy Ink Cap

Perfectly isolated with superb detail, just captured at the point of decay, great shot Chris.

By: cdm36

There's no escaping the black hole by NobbytheNobster

There's no escaping the black hole

Wonderful image Ricky, don't know how you do these but they are superb.

By: NobbytheNobster

Huge Shrooms by conrad

Huge Shrooms

Simply stunning composition, superb.

By: conrad

Old, New, Borrowed & Blue ... by sut68

Old, New, Borrowed & Blue ...

Wonderful combination of complimentary colours and light, plus well composed, as per Mr S.

By: sut68

Deep Blues or Turkish Delight by Andy_Cundell

Deep Blues or Turkish Delight

This is better than yesterdays version, the colour of the eyes just about match the colour of the scarf.
I would have given the eye colour a lift in saturation just to bring it to the same intensity of the scarf IMHO, but still a well lit and controlled image.
Stewart

By: Andy_Cundell

With Bells On ... by sut68

With Bells On ...

Getting soft in your old age Paul....................Wink


Fine study of one of the new trio.

By: sut68

5th November by norton

5th November

Another spectacular light show Tony.

By: norton

In Miniature by bfgstew

In Miniature

Sorted now Carol, thanks for spotting the typo.....................Wink

By: bfgstew

Corbiere Sunset by norton

Corbiere Sunset

Very nice Tony, very nice indeed.

By: norton

Horns of a Dilemma by MrsS

Horns of a Dilemma

Must get a 10 stopper if this is the result, very nice Fran.

By: MrsS

Gone Fishing. by cdm36

Gone Fishing.

Knockout, beats the Gormley statues.......................Wink

Shortlisting.

By: cdm36

Taking the dog for a Walk. by ringyneck

Taking the dog for a Walk.

Not something you see every day! Well taken...........Smile

By: ringyneck

Some Backyard Rockery ! by Niknut

Some Backyard Rockery !

Wonderful vista and well captured, wouldn't fancy weeding it though................Wink

By: Niknut

Coppice CCLIII by tomcat

Coppice CCLIII

You have these well trained Adrian, excellent light and detail.

By: tomcat

Specs by cattyal

Specs

These are great shots Alison. V1 I like the way the light has bleached the skin on the arm making it look like porcelin and shadows your face lifting the detail, nicely done.
V2, I think would work better if you cropped the left side and bottom, removing the dead space so your face, moreso your eye becomes the main focal point making it a stronger composition, IMHO.

Stewart

By: cattyal

Teardrop Explodes by mikesmith

Teardrop Explodes

Wonderful as always Mike.

Good to hear that all is well with the hip and your back to work.

By: mikesmith

Chatsworth by tomlad

Chatsworth

Big man, good to see you shooting again!

A nice subject and well processed, didn't know HDR was your bag?

Composition wise I do find the tree a touch invasive, a step to the right just to take the tree out of frame would do wonders and let the over hanging branches help frame the shot naturally. Hope you don't mind the critique old boy?

Laters Duuude

By: tomlad

Howick Hues by MrsS

Howick Hues

ATB to you both, have a grand day and a grand life.

Photo's not bad by the way...............................Tongue

By: MrsS

The battle for Hoth by bfgstew

The battle for Hoth

Now that is praise indeed Victor, thanks very much for your UA, much appreciated and totally unexpected.

By: bfgstew

May the Force be with you by bfgstew

May the Force be with you

Maybe, maybe not Carol!

Thanks anyway, glad you like it.

Off to bed now, back on nights so catch up later this afternoon.

By: bfgstew

the bookshop by backbeat

the bookshop

Hi Phil, an absolute belter mate, glad it got a 'big badge' off Mr B, simply superb.
I can smell that wonderful aroma of old books when I view this, top drawer stuff.

By: backbeat

October Woodpecker by KBan

October Woodpecker

Sublime detail, well done.

By: KBan