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Photos:152
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Forum Comments:109
Photo Comments:939
Competition Entries: 30
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Caesars Ghost

Caesars Ghost by mistere

Is this what Shakespeare's Brutus meant when he said "O Julius Caesar, thou art mighty yet./ Thy spirit moves abroad and turns our swords/ In our own proper entrails"?

Early light

Early light by M_squared

I am a bit puzzled by this one. I am not sure whether the colour of the water results from pollution or a reflection of something outside the frame. Since the latter is more likely I would like to know what that something is, so the image leaves me with an unanswered question. Is that the intention? If so, it has been achieved.

Almost In Bloom

Almost In Bloom by ianmoorcroft

I'm amazed. My crocuses are showing hardly any sign of life yet.

Through train windows -1

Through train windows -1 by gss

I have always found a moving train a very difficult place from which to shoot landscapes, for all the reasons you mention in your very interesting description, and for other reasons too. Often things appear at the trackside that you do not want in the shot, and this inevitably happens just as you press the button. Another difficulty is that near objects are crossing the field of view much faster than those in the distance, which makes panning to keep the main subject steady in the frame virtually impossible.

All in all, I am very impressed with your efforts, even though they do demonstrate the problem of window reflections. Like helenlinda, I look forward to seeing some more.

A Good Springclean

A Good Springclean by barbarahirst

Makes a nice change from the usual run of waterbird images.

a feisty pole dancer!

a feisty pole dancer! by CarolG

You appear to have been in the right place at the right time. You have certainly made good use of the opportunity.

Refracted Patterns 3

Refracted Patterns 3 by silversnapper1

I knew I was going to vote for this as soon as I saw the thumbnail.

Blackbird

Blackbird by ANNDORASBOX

Looks like he is about to enjoy his breakfast.

Crich Memorial

Crich Memorial by Digic51

This really takes me back. When I was a kid you could see the Crich memorial tower from the house where I lived, and at night, when the curtains were not closed, the light from it lantern would flash on the front bedroom wall. (Crich was about four miles away as the crow flies.)

BELL GORGE WESTERN AUSTRALIA

BELL GORGE WESTERN AUSTRALIA by BRITCHIE


Quote: And here I thought Australia was a dry place - so much water everywhereWinkWinkWink

What you have to bear in mind is that Australia is bigger than Europe, and has a great deal of diversity in its climate from one area to another.

EL QUESTRO WESTERN AUSTRALIA KIMBERLEYS

EL QUESTRO WESTERN AUSTRALIA KIMBERLEYS by BRITCHIE

I just love landscapes like this, that convey so well the spaciousness of the view.

Bethany

Bethany by RobertTurley

Nice portrait, and so atmospheric, too. Makes me feel chilly just to look at herSmile

Stormy Caribbean Sunrise

Stormy Caribbean Sunrise by mathed

Very dramatic image, well captured.

Robin--Erithacas rubecula.

Robin--Erithacas rubecula. by bobpaige1

Interesting that he uses the feeder at all. Robins are supposed to be ground feeders. Nevertheless the one that visits my garden makes good use of the feeder so maybe the conventional wisdom is wrong in this case.

Far from the madding crowd...

Far from the madding crowd... by kishorroy

I like the composition, for a start. The way the tree almost, but not quite, echoes the shape of the path and the placement of the figure are good. Mainly, though, it is the general feel of the picture that appeals.

Snow

Snow by onursevket

As I have said before, the simplest ideas are often the best.

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