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I can feel you in the silence

I can feel you in the silence by Source

Both versions are appealing and intriguing. Ethereal.

Riverbank 2 and 3

Riverbank 2 and 3 by whatriveristhis

Very nice. I'm liking the impressionist styling.

Underneath the Arches

Underneath the Arches by TrevBatWCC

Seems its the morning for photos of Arches Smile I think that this makes 4 including my own, one of Durdle Door and another of a castle.

Lovely travel shot.

Whitby Harbour

Whitby Harbour by NDODS

A "local" scene of old for me as I grew up not too far from Whitby and it was a regular haunt. Always has a special place in my heart and I enjoy seeing photographs of the Town and Harbour. It's a beautiful part of the Country.

I like both versions Nathan although I'd fall slightly heavier on the colour. It's a nicely controlled HDR with plenty of colour saturation but not over cooked to step away from reality into cartoon colour like so many HDR's end up. A lovely and interesting image that would make for a pleasant postcard scene too.

Thank you for sharing.

Close Up

Close Up by rontear

Certainly keeping his eyes on you Ron Grin

Fly

Fly by georgiepoolie

Lovely detail.

a whisper

a whisper by Source

I like this change in style yet retaining an atmospheric and abstraction to your work. This has a very other worldly feel to me.

mirrors and windows

mirrors and windows by redshot

I concur with Barbara on the crop but otherwise a strong composition. The green arrow works well to take the eye across the frame as we read from left to right.

Nothing wrong with a grabbed shot and most documentary street shots are of the moment.

Nicely seen and reacted to.

crossover

crossover by Source

Makes me think of the Forest of Mirkwood from The Hobbit. Enchanted, mysterious and captivating.

Tyne Valley Sunrise

Tyne Valley Sunrise by Nigeve1

A real beauty Nigel. Beautiful.

Siohban

Siohban by RobertTurley

Looks like a group modelling session with the model looking at another camera. Not a bad thing per se although there is no connection to the viewer here for me. Also the lighting does look imbalanced with the lighting on the model a tad overpowered and not balanced to the daylight exposure.

The composition and sliding landscape works quite well creating converse diagonals between the angle of the model and the background.

Paul

Grizzly

Grizzly by rontear

Is 400mm enough distance between you and a bear? Those boys can cover the ground quite quickly Grin

Paul

Swan Stanton Park

Swan Stanton Park by urbanbuzz

Well executed with lovely back lighting that makes a great action shot come alive. Would work well as there is little colour anyway to covert to mono. That would take away the slight blue in the shadow area on the Swans front.

Great shot

That's Better

That's Better by 365Photography

Colourful and fun shot

Wide viewing

Wide viewing by Joao_Lopes

Intriguing and interesting shot. The fish eye works well here.

Just a little rotation would help as it is ever so slightly off the horizontal. Use the centre horizontal lines of the window sills or steps to straighten. A little like a landscape horizon it would be better in my view if this was straight.

Nonetheless nicely envisioned.

Paul

Purple

Purple by AndS

Interesting subject and strong, rich colour in those petals. I like the simplicity of it against the white background too.

I find that the centre of the flower head not being sharp is unsettling as the petals lead my eye down and into the centre of the frame. Otherwise it is an appealing shot and reminds me of those early Victorian botanical illustrations.

Paul

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