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Manhattan by CanonMan

Manhattan

I like this a lot. No doubt the unmanipulated version is pretty good too. The colours are gorgeous

The bottom edge is bothering me a bit. It seems kind of empty compared to the rest of the picture, and I might have cropped it, but other than that, I'd be happy to have it on my wall

By: CanonMan

Jake the Peg by born2bongo

Jake the Peg

He's not mine. He's Mum's dog. I think he's giving HER a second chance. LOL

By: born2bongo

Valentré Bridge, Cahors by born2bongo

Valentré Bridge, Cahors

Thank you. I took a couple of shots like this and then waited until I could get something with no-one in it. When I looked closer though, the empty shot didn't look real and having people in the frame gave it some scale.

By: born2bongo

Blue Heron by Xmplary

Blue Heron

I think a bit more blurring of the background wouldn't go amiss, but that's being picky. Lovely detail in the subject, and that's what matters

By: Xmplary

Tides Out by marshfam19

Tides Out

Smelling the seaweed; hearing the gulls.

By: marshfam19

ANOTHER HEAD OF A HOSE AT THE EQUINE EXPO by TimothyDMorton

ANOTHER HEAD OF A HOSE AT THE EQUINE EXPO

Nice shot despite the uninspiring title. LOL Grin

I've spent years trying to photograph my horse. I'd love to have one of him without the head-collar but frankly I'm just happy if I can get one of him looking up. Keeping his head off the grass has been the work of my life

By: TimothyDMorton

*Pink Rose Bud* by Rock

*Pink Rose Bud*

Fabulous image. As I've gazed at my garden through the rain of the last few days I have to admit the rain is good for the colours (not to mention the plants themselves). You make me feel guilty for not dragging myself out there to capture a few of my own. Maybe this afternoon ...

By: Rock

Promenade. by Cor

Promenade.

Stunning! I'm with LynneJoyce - come on Cor, give us some clues Smile

By: Cor

Meadow by born2bongo

Meadow

It was France - northern Dordogne. I thought I tagged it when I uploaded it, but I'm on my iPhone and it's not easy to check atm.

It was quite well established in the garden of the house we own there. We don't cut the grass in the meadow until the flowers have done their thing.

Thanks for identifying it

By: born2bongo

welsh mono by bobalot

welsh mono

Great picture. Definitely worth more then the 6 votes it's got so far. Have one from me

By: bobalot

*Do We Eat It ?* by Rock

*Do We Eat It ?*

You can get them all over the place in my part of the world (Bournemouth). All the supermarkets have them - at a price. I tried growing them myself last year but the pigeons had them before they managed to produce a head :-(

By: Rock

shaft by bobalot

shaft

Just lovely. Beautiful light

By: bobalot

The Piano Has Been Drinking. by Scaramanga

The Piano Has Been Drinking.

Did you ever/do you work for Unisys? Certain aspects of your work bring back less than wonderful memories for me. Apart from that, I'm loving the uploads

By: Scaramanga

Intimate moment by nicktg

Intimate moment

I guess the out-of-focus leaf is to spare their blushes

By: nicktg

The Dreaded Dishpan by Joline

The Dreaded Dishpan

Get a dishwasher - more time for photography then LOL

By: Joline

Omodos Village Cyprus by achieverswales

Omodos Village Cyprus

Wish I was there ...

By: achieverswales

Delicate by cats_123

Delicate

Reminds me of a hibiscus - but not one I could Identify. Lovely, anyway

By: cats_123

Frosted rose by snappersue

Frosted rose

Lovely rose, lovely light, but the background lets it down. Some more blur or a different angle to exclude the brick and the hosepipe would have done wonders

By: snappersue

Waiting by photographerjoe

Waiting

I like the fence - a nice crisp contrast against the soft reflections in the water. I think it could do with a bit of straightening though. The water looks like it falling to the right

By: photographerjoe

Blea Tarn Sunrise by geffers7

Blea Tarn Sunrise

Don't agree about the water line - it just looks like the bank curves towards the viewer on the left. The far left tree is definitely closer than those towards the centre of the picture. The sky looks strangely murky, though.

By: geffers7

Kimmeridge Beach by bloodhound

Kimmeridge Beach

I would have waited for the sun to go below the horizon (but maybe you have other pictures anyway). Also, it may be my eyes but the horizon looks very slightly tilted (I'm being picky).

I've had problems with flare on my pictures and folks have told me I can fix it in photoshop, but I haven't made too good a job of it so far.

Love the foreground detail

By: bloodhound

Country and Town Farleigh Hill by RayFids

Country and Town Farleigh Hill

I'm a Basingstoke emigre myself and I recognise that view to an extent. I got out in 1988 and I don't think the background was quite as urban.

I like the contrast between rural and urban, even if the production of straw bales on that scale is somewhat post-industrial revolution.

By: RayFids

Athens from the Acropolis by Canonshot

Athens from the Acropolis

I've never been to Athens but when I hear the name I always think of smog, so well done for changing my perceptions!

By: Canonshot

Blue by nugett

Blue

Looks a bit like a kind of Echium - not sure if that isn't the same as Alkanet. If I'm right I bet the bees love it. The ones I grew in my Devon garden once faded to pink as they aged, but they started with just the same vivid hue

By: nugett

Bruges- Minnewater. by Cor

Bruges- Minnewater.

I wish I even knew how to produce a work like this. Faaannn-tastic!

Any chance you could post a tutorial?

Much kudos to you and keep up the good work

By: Cor

St. Mary's by AnnaBanana

St. Mary's

Stunning image

By: AnnaBanana

Riverside Flower by PHolder

Riverside Flower

Hey, I grew up in those parts. All the years I lived there I used to think "I must go to Basing House sometime". Never did make it. Used to work for the AA and in those days a Friday lunchtime outing to the pub was considered the right way to end the week (sighs nostalgically). Can't remember the name of either pub but there was one in the main drag and another new one in the meadow. Is the meadow still there, I wonder? It's good to see there are some wild places left

I think the flower is a knapweed (Hope you don't want the Latin name as well).

By: PHolder

Tranquility by born2bongo

Tranquility

Oh yes, and I didn't do a good job of loading it. It looks sharper in Lightroom. So much stuff to remember ...

LOL

By: born2bongo

Plant by Focus_Man

Plant

The UK garden centres are more likely to call them Phormium, although they do sometimes use the common name of New Zealand Flax. There are 100s of varieties, from the very tall, like yours, to dwarf types. They are being selectively bred for an amazing range of variations in leaf colour and pattern (As you probably guessed, I'm something of a fan!)

By: Focus_Man