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337 by woolybill1

337

Thanks for the memories....

My wartime Infant/Junior school and my secondary Modern school all had clothes pegs like these......sometimes the bullies would hang unfortunates from them via their clothing.

Hobbo

By: woolybill1

Attitude by sweetpea62

Attitude

Priceless!!!

Typical Moggie! Tongue

By: sweetpea62

THE WATCHER by hobbo

THE WATCHER

I realise that on my newly calibrated monitor there is grunge behind the head here, it wasnt visible earlier....I have adjusted my original files....apologies folks:

Hobbo

By: hobbo

John by Black_Square

John

A classic Street Portrait,

Beautifully seen and processed to produce a superb Photograph.

Hobbo

By: Black_Square

Self Portrait,(Old Dog) by Aldo Panzieri

Self Portrait,(Old Dog)

What a harrowing tale Aldo.........beautifully told and illustrated with a portrait that oozes a combination of hurt, grit, pride and determination.

I was alway told that you have to be brave to get old.

Hang in there and keep on posting pics on here.

Hobbo

By: Aldo Panzieri

A CHARACTER STUDY by hobbo

A CHARACTER STUDY

Thank you for all the votes and comments .....they are much pappreciated.

Hobbo

By: hobbo

'In his Nightmare' by yosemite

'In his Nightmare'

Love this shot......

The poor man is oblivious that he is about to be consumed by a monster.

Very well spotted and taken.

Hobbo

By: yosemite

ON THE SHELF by hobbo

ON THE SHELF

Thank you for the vote and comment folks......much appreciated.

Hobbo

By: hobbo

Health & Safety by Eastlands

Health & Safety

If he fell off into the porch.......would he have a.............


................ MATT FINISH?

Hobbo.

By: Eastlands

TAKING THE WALK by hobbo

TAKING THE WALK

Thank you everyone for your kind comments and votes.

Hobbo

By: hobbo

Mad Hatter by EddieDaisy

Mad Hatter

I just had to return to this amazing image......the colours, character and photography are superb......top marks to costume and make up too Smile

Hobbo

By: EddieDaisy

Shroom by Thcphoto

Shroom

Beautiful.......my kind of image.

It pays to look in small spaces.

Hobbo

By: Thcphoto

Happiness by DeLone

Happiness

Not sure about the titleWink

But the portrait is superb......a real Character Capture.

Hobbo

By: DeLone

Krish by Pricey

Krish

A top notch portrait.....a pleasure to see.

Hobbo

By: Pricey

Moon with Pentax Q by aldasack1957

Moon with Pentax Q

I can only repeat what those above have said.....a truly amazing capture.

Hobbo

By: aldasack1957

SAFE IN CAGE by tjt4002

SAFE IN CAGE

I guess it all depends on whether your family might catch Bubonic Plague......or......have their final food store totally consumed by rats.

Perhaps rats get most freedom in the sewers where they belong?

Hobbo

By: tjt4002

Robin by bluetitblue

Robin

There are Robin photographs, and, there are Robin Photographs........but this is a proper...........

......... Robin Photograph.

Hobbo

By: bluetitblue

1 pose... many possible storylines. by pmeswani

1 pose... many possible storylines.

CAPTION????


" I AIN'T GOT NO NUTS.......LOOK!"

Hobbo

By: pmeswani

Happy Days! by paulbroad

Happy Days!

Personally I love this portrait and the processing.....Why!

Because it has brought out the results of years of toil, and family care.....this lady almost certainly left school at 14-15 , went straight in to a menial job, possibly in a factory, during WWII she might have served with the ATS on Anti Aircraft Guns or Searchlights, or served as a Landgirl.....whatever any one of this age did, their faces and outlook will be etched with the stress that rationing, long hours, the threat if being killed by bombs, or a loved one not returning or badly injured wrought.

They had their youth taken away, by events, some folk today just can't imagine........how do I know all this?
At almost 77 I can re-call that tress, and had a MUM who was as lined as this lovely lady, but my mum wasn't killed by the war, but by the heavy smoking and stress of bringing up five kids whilst dad was away fighting for six years.

All those lines and wrinkles are a badge if honour.

A wonderful character study.....thank you for posting it.

Hobbo

By: paulbroad

Colours by Rende

Colours

FANTASTIC PHOTOGRAPHS!

Wonderful well thought out use of DOF.

Hobbo

By: Rende

A proper sky by tuss234

A proper sky

A very striking photograph all round.....a winner in my book.

Hobbo

By: tuss234

LOUD AS THUNDER. by mwoods

LOUD AS THUNDER.

A very beautiful portrait, love the pose love the light, both enhanced by the dark background.


Hobbo

By: mwoods

JACK by plooto

JACK

A perfect mono portrait with excellent processing.

Hobbo

By: plooto

Old Salt by michaeldannyboy

Old Salt

A superb portrait, beautifully taken and processed.......I like the Colour but would still like to see it as a well processed mono too.

Hobbo

By: michaeldannyboy

R.I.P Tiger by DavesPics

R.I.P Tiger

RIP Tiger indeed......our 17 year old Birman Tinke is creaking but will still chase the light from a pen torch around.

The life of any pet over 16 years is to be celebrated.

FUJI

By: DavesPics

One last treat by PCarman

One last treat

A very pleasing portrait of a beautiful young lady.

Hobbo

By: PCarman

Electric Fruit by clausaresu

Electric Fruit

Ah! Ha!

Very ....MAN-RAY.....

Well done you.........love it!

Hobbo

By: clausaresu

Cromer Pier by Janboy

Cromer Pier

Well done you for experimenting.

This works for me......it would make a great Greetings Card.

Hobbo

By: Janboy

On a Crafty Break by bwlchmawr

On a Crafty Break

So many food operatives, chefs and cooks smoke......I never fancy eating food prepared by them.

Great photograph though.

Hobbo

By: bwlchmawr