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Gotcha !!! by jacques st-jean

Gotcha !!!

GREAT capture!

Peter

By: jacques st-jean

Perfect Mating by 781969

Perfect Mating

Wonderful macro capture, Vikram.

Peter

By: 781969

Old Jetty by WesternRed

Old Jetty

An unusually beautiful presentation from you, Red. Do I see an not level horizon?

If you would allow it, I would,have voted this photo a UA.



Petwr

By: WesternRed

The Buoy by Mollycat

The Buoy

Great, minimal shot and a great crop, Peter.

Peter

By: Mollycat

Soaring... by ColleenA

Soaring...

A great capture, Colleen. And being ready at the right moment is a big,part of photography.

Peter

By: ColleenA

Dragonfly & Mosquto by johnke

Dragonfly & Mosquto

A great shot, and one of the reasons we love dragonflies.

Peter

By: johnke

FOGGY LIFE by Deep_Bhatia

FOGGY LIFE

A wonderful and so,what mysterious image.

Peter

By: Deep_Bhatia

The old peat works by Ingymon

The old peat works

Cold and beautiful. Great light.

Peter

By: Ingymon

Shall we Dance ? by freedriv082000

Shall we Dance ?

Looks like two women having fun!

Peter

By: freedriv082000

... by zdumus

...

An intruiging, if not entirely happy, portrait.

Peter

By: zdumus

More Winter by handlerstudio

More Winter

This was taken earlier.....after a real snow, a few weeks ago. Not in today's kind of ugly weather.


Peter

By: handlerstudio

~ Green Parrot by LexEquine

~ Green Parrot

He is a cunning looking bird. A sense of intelligence.

Peter

By: LexEquine

Green Leaf by johnriley1uk

Green Leaf

And wonderful texture it is!

Peter

By: johnriley1uk

Touched By The Light by sweetpea62

Touched By The Light

How,lovely, Lin. A tunnel of foliage, such beauty.

Peter

By: sweetpea62

Small Tortoiseshell-Aglais urticae. by Badgerfred

Small Tortoiseshell-Aglais urticae.

A wonderful moth photo,as only you do them, Fred.


Peter

By: Badgerfred

Herring Run by Daisymaye

Herring Run

What a great front lawn view, Sandy. What a wonderful, active photo.

Peter

By: Daisymaye

Northern Cardinal,   the Mrs. by taggart

Northern Cardinal, the Mrs.

Beautiful capture and photo, Jenn.

Peter

By: taggart

Sea by milky

Sea

Great storm images.

Peter

By: milky

Llyn Padarn by DilysT

Llyn Padarn

Lovely light and a beautiful,landscape.


Peter

By: DilysT

Buttermere spring 2014 by PETERMAYES

Buttermere spring 2014

Beautiful reflective symmetry.

Peter

By: PETERMAYES

HE'S  MY  SON. by ozzieone

HE'S MY SON.

This is a rally powerful photo!

Peter

By: ozzieone

coming back by peekay2001

coming back

Beautiful image. Thanks for the commentary.

Peter

By: peekay2001

Christina by McClicker

Christina

Lovely portrait, as said so well above, great eyes. Title: her name or her religion?

Peter

By: McClicker

Clock at Sandringham by Mags100

Clock at Sandringham

Nice B&W shot. I like the growth on the roof shingles. Cedar?

Peter

By: Mags100

Boyd Lake Loon by Boydlakeromantic

Boyd Lake Loon

Wonderful! Had to look twice.

Peter

By: Boydlakeromantic

Smailholm Tower by icphoto

Smailholm Tower

Beautiful landscape. I love how you managed to get the clouds to radiate from the shell of the building.

Peter

By: icphoto

Seeing blue. by mikbee

Seeing blue.

Even with uncharacteristic colors (for you), I spotted this in the thumbnails as a "Mick image". A wonderful composition and study in such lovely peeling paint on what looks like oak doors (from the grain). And just a tiny spot of what might be rust.

Peter

By: mikbee

Orangutan Eating Celery by MartinWait

Orangutan Eating Celery

This is a really wonderful portrait. A great and expressive capture.

Peter

By: MartinWait

John Ryland's Library - Manchester by Phil_Ingham

John Ryland's Library - Manchester

Love the wide angle perspective/

Peter

By: Phil_Ingham