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thirsty wasp by george1234

thirsty wasp

It's a bee or a Hoverfly.......good capture though.


By: george1234

Taking on Nourishment by Paul_Iddon

Taking on Nourishment

Well done again Paul...

Hobbo....AKA. FUJI

By: Paul_Iddon

Hannah  Low key by jamescoyle

Hannah Low key

A beautifully crafted portrait, more please.


By: jamescoyle

Owl Midge by JonnyNI

Owl Midge

A good macro study.......lots of detail.


By: JonnyNI

Street Portrait by hobbo

Street Portrait

Wow! A surprise response....

....thank you for the....User Award.....my first one.

I can also thank my very beautiful subject.


By: hobbo

In Memory of My Father by lesliea

In Memory of My Father

Thanks for posting this wonderful and touching tribute to your late dad, he would be very proud and pleased.


By: lesliea

Fly on Nettle by ali63

Fly on Nettle

An .....A Plus .......for a stunning example of how Macro shots should be taken.


By: ali63

The Eyes have it by Nikorman

The Eyes have it

Portrait Perfection.


By: Nikorman

Jenny by Scippy


That is one cracking portrait scippy........beautifully captured.


By: Scippy

Insect Explorer by PestMaster

Insect Explorer

This is a cracking shot, beautifully taken.


By: PestMaster

bee by manashi


A great pic.........but.......it's a........Hover Fly.


By: manashi

Fishing by ugly


A fantastic capture Dave, and so very similar to the gull I recently caught doing almost the same thing......see it in my Portfolio.


By: ugly

Glove 1 by rob2

Glove 1

This made me smile......I think w gave all taken a similar shot at some time?


From my Portfolio.


By: rob2

346-flying bee by binder1

346-flying bee

Brilliantly caught......well done!

I'm sure it's a Hover Fly though.


By: binder1

Caption Wanted by Paulbee

Caption Wanted

" Do you think I should've washed mine?"


By: Paulbee

Wall things... by Chinga

Wall things...

The first two look a lot like the work of the late.....Sir Walter Ritchie.......he was a pupil of Eric Gill?

Walter Ritchie lived and worked in my home town, there are exampes of his work in Coventry a City Centre, he also created brick sculpture panels for many local schools and public buildings.

Try Googling his name.


By: Chinga

The painter artist by ambrits

The painter artist

A superb characterful portrait.........inspirational!


By: ambrits

Model Reflection by crookymonsta

Model Reflection

This is screaming for a mono conversion together with well thought out post processing.....


By: crookymonsta

Homage to, 'Amelie'. by justwilliam

Homage to, 'Amelie'.

Love that film..........thank you for reminding me to watch it yet again.......French quirkiness at it's very best.

If you haven't seen it.....buy it, it is a hoot.. ......it also makes you stop to think at times.


By: justwilliam

Robin 3 by bluetitblue

Robin 3

One of the best Robin pics I've ever seen.


By: bluetitblue

portrait by shahram


A superbly crafted mono portrait.......cleverly lit to best effect.


By: shahram

UNCLE by hobbo


A HUGE thank you for the positive feedback and the votes........all much appreciated.


By: hobbo

portrait by shahram


A beautifully crafted Low-Key portrait.......excellent mono processing.


By: shahram

Pot by whatriveristhis


A classic mono shot, beautifully crafted and processed to the nth degree............inspirational!


By: whatriveristhis

Narcissus and Echo by Paintman

Narcissus and Echo

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY at it's very best......all the components, including the reflections add to your story, beautifully converted then processed into a wonderful whole.

Your title is both witty and apt.....so....full marks from me.


By: Paintman

Harvey and Adrian. by Mollycat

Harvey and Adrian.

Hi, Mollycat,

The darker one of your moggies, brings back happy memories of the 16 or so years we enjoyed with Jasper, our Chocolate Brown Havana ....... A real gentleman of a cat, even after another 17 yeas have past we still miss him.....

We have an elderly Birman now....


By: Mollycat

Colour me blue by MandyD

Colour me blue

A fantastic study with perfect DOF and smooth Bokeh:


By: MandyD

Light in the Darkness by Andysnapper

Light in the Darkness

I like this a lot, but think that it has bags more potential, tucked away if the original RAW shot has been saved.
Your conversion and post-processing here are very good but there is lots more to tease out.....Why am a I saying this?

Because I watched the YouTube documentary on Ansell Adams yesterday, readily and freely available and well worth watching and absorbing......his darkroom-made prints of the Yosemite National Park are to die for.

The documentary thumbnail is easily recognised.....it is of billowing clouds.

Please watch it and be inspired.....can't wait to see the resultsSmile


By: Andysnapper

The Magic of Childhood by Jellyfire

The Magic of Childhood

A beautifully conceived portrait.........Inspirational!


By: Jellyfire

8 by 213hardy


Sash windows and Sash Window Catches, once formed a fairly large part of my working life as a carpenter/ joiner, the replacement of broken sash cords was a regular task in the years following the neglect caused by WWII.
It was good practice to replace all four cords at one go, although customer sometimes couldn't see that, the work involved for replacing just one cord is almost the same as for all of them.

Those beautifully made cast brass Georgian and Victorian window catches always seemed to work as long as the window was maintained.

The Sash Window has proven over the centuries to be a fantastic design, always protected from the weather in its reveal, and always in the dry, droughty to today's standards yes, but a good draught was required then to keep coal fires drawing properly.

A very evocative shot.................Thanks for the memories.


By: 213hardy