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Ice Jam by Joline

Ice Jam

Nicely captured, Joline. This brought back memories of growing up along the shores of Lake Erie.
-=\Walter

By: Joline

Kiss able by rontear

Kiss able

Wonderfully rich black and white tones.
-\=Walter

By: rontear

Publicising a Fringe show by mediaman

Publicising a Fringe show

Great use of selective coloring.
-\=Walter

By: mediaman

The Boys are Back.  It Must be Dinnertime. by Daisymaye

The Boys are Back. It Must be Dinnertime.

Sandy, you've got a pretty popular feeding station.
-=\Walter

By: Daisymaye

A touch of blue. by mikbee

A touch of blue.

Mick -- you are getting crazy with color. Smile
-=\Walter

By: mikbee

Phone Box by oddlegs

Phone Box

This is a great point of view.
-=\walter

By: oddlegs

Camps Bay and the 12 Apostles by ColleenA

Camps Bay and the 12 Apostles

I like all three shots but V3 is my favorite. What a great looking place. I want to be there now.
-=\Walter

By: ColleenA

Iron Cutting by nonur

Iron Cutting

The sparks work perfectly against the grittiness of the workshop.
-=\walter

By: nonur

The See-saw by nonur

The See-saw

This shot is a classic -- a universal expression of children at play.
-=\Walter

By: nonur

Sir's having us on by mrswoolybill

Sir's having us on

It's interesting comparing their expressions with the faces in your first upload.
-=\Walter

By: mrswoolybill

The inner man 3 by mrswoolybill

The inner man 3

I agree with your daughter's assessment. The warped refractions do make for an interesting shot.
-=\Walter

By: mrswoolybill

Yoshino Cherry Blossoms by taggart

Yoshino Cherry Blossoms

A sure sign of Spring.
-=\Walter

By: taggart

eastern festoon by CarolG

eastern festoon

Great detail, Carol -- in both the festoon and the droplets on the plant.
-=\Walter

By: CarolG

Bottled Light by LynneJoyce

Bottled Light

I missed this series but looking at it now, my favorites are 1, 4, 5, 8, 11, 14 and 15.
-=\Walter

By: LynneJoyce

Male GSW by dven

Male GSW

A wonderfully detailed close-up.
-=\Walter

By: dven

*Mynydd y Dref by barbarahirst

*Mynydd y Dref

At this distance the plants create an interesting texture and I like the diagonal lines left by the tractor wheels.
-=\Walter

By: barbarahirst

Waterloo Sunset by WhiteRose1

Waterloo Sunset

Fantastic colors, Dave.
-=\Walter

By: WhiteRose1

the early morning air by andylea

the early morning air

Fantastic morning light -- especially on the crest of those hills.
-=\Walter

By: andylea

Sad to be leaving! by RobertTurley

Sad to be leaving!

I agree. A great mono portrait.
-=\Walter

By: RobertTurley

The Conductor by Alan_Baseley

The Conductor

A great portrait. Very nice B&W tonality. I also got a kick out of your title. He is clearly a conductor but not the type of conductor one expects at a railroad event.
-=\Walter

By: Alan_Baseley

Everything must go by mrswoolybill

Everything must go

The decaying of this shopping center really comes across in this shot. I love the various shadows, reflections, etc.
As Lynn mentioned -- "A fascinatingly layered image."
-=\Walter

By: mrswoolybill

The Sinatra of Seahouses by woolybill1

The Sinatra of Seahouses

What a great vibrant blue. I like your minimalist approach and your comp. Good placement of the "eyes" in your frame.
-=\Walter

By: woolybill1

Sipider's supper by Danny1970

Sipider's supper

Great macro shot.
-=\Walter

By: Danny1970

Being neighbourly. by mikbee

Being neighbourly.

I like the title, Mick. How does that go again? -- "Fences good neighbors make."

I did have a Kodak box brownie -- it took a roll of 120 film. I seem to remember getting maybe 8 to 12 exposures a roll. Don't know what happened to that camera but it started my interest in photography. The rest is history.
-=\Walter

By: mikbee

holy sacrament by pascalg

holy sacrament

I like how you framed this. Excellent use of Depth of Field as well.
-\=Walter

By: pascalg

I'll get that cricket.. by annettep38

I'll get that cricket..

Perfect timing. Amazing how you were able to get the eyes in perfect focus -- in spite of the cat in motion.
Nicely done.
-\Walter

By: annettep38

Leucojum:  aka Summer Snowflake by taggart

Leucojum: aka Summer Snowflake

I've not heard that name before -- "summer snowflake" but it seems appropriate.
This is a lovely shot, Jenn.
-=\Walter

By: taggart

Fully dressed. by mikbee

Fully dressed.

Call me prudish, but I don't want to see naked rings either. This is more to my liking. Actually, this shoot is much to my liking.
Nice one, Mick.
-=\Walter

By: mikbee

Steve Perren by SiHunt_GrafficSnapZ

Steve Perren

Steve,
I needed no urging from Si. This is a very nice shot -- great point of view. Nicely done. I look forward to more from you.
-=\Walter

By: SiHunt_GrafficSnapZ