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The Appreciation of Art by johnriley1uk

The Appreciation of Art

It is staggering sometimes when we see the actual size of some paintings. We've all seen them in books, and they quote the size very often, but there's nothing quite like coming face to face with the real thing.

By: johnriley1uk

Faulty SatNav? by johnriley1uk

Faulty SatNav?

Just there at the right time.

By: johnriley1uk

Puna Teal by johnriley1uk

Puna Teal

Thanks all, and tanks to Mike for correction.

By: johnriley1uk

Tarn Hows memories. by Niknut

Tarn Hows memories.


By: Niknut

"Elvis" Duck by johnriley1uk

"Elvis" Duck

Thanks for ID - it's got a pretty fancy name and it seems everyone knows it by its "hair"

By: johnriley1uk

The Carson Mansion by jbsaladino

The Carson Mansion

What a beautiful building, photographed perfectly.

By: jbsaladino

Dark Female Mallard by johnriley1uk

Dark Female Mallard

I suppose it must be a female Mallard, it just looks darker because I've used back lighting.

By: johnriley1uk

The Undercroft by sueriley

The Undercroft

I think this was Battle Abbey.

By: sueriley

St Chad's by johnriley1uk

St Chad's

St Chad's is still in use.

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Trending 1960s Style by johnriley1uk

Trending 1960s Style

PS The EXIF is not accurate, it relates to the digital copy I made on a Pentax MX-1. The original shot was on a Konica Auto S2 rangefinder camera.

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Bird Portrait by johnriley1uk

Bird Portrait

Many thanks for the info on the Magpie Goose!

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A Bird on a Branch by johnriley1uk

A Bird on a Branch

Many thanks for the ID!

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Ghost Surgeons by johnriley1uk

Ghost Surgeons

Quote: This is great, John, I wonder where you found it.

Dunham Massey, as part of the WWI hospital displays.

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2 Lancaster Bombers by ugly

2 Lancaster Bombers

Excellent set of images.

By: ugly

Acorn Bank by johnriley1uk

Acorn Bank

Nathan, Acorn Bank is a National Trust property just off the M6 motorway to the East, near Penrith.

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"Wildeve Floret" by RonnieAG

"Wildeve Floret"

Very nice indeed.

By: RonnieAG

Silly Sunday......Time for School by Big_Beavis

Silly Sunday......Time for School

There's nothing silly about that, it's a terrific photo.

By: Big_Beavis

OK Punk, Make My Day...... by johnriley1uk

OK Punk, Make My Day......

The swans are well fed and very used to being crowded by people. However, this youngster was being pulled away and I caught the moment just a split second before he was. Others were not being reined in and some were getting perilously close. Wild animals are exactly that - wild and unpredictable.

By: johnriley1uk

Yellow Naped Amazon by BydoR9

Yellow Naped Amazon

Definitely green!

By: BydoR9

Garden Shed at Hidcote Manor Gardens, Glou. by bwlchmawr

Garden Shed at Hidcote Manor Gardens, Glou.

This looks like a great project. Garden sheds will all have their own fascination, places where random items accumulate and moulder undisturbed by the passage of time.

By: bwlchmawr

Auntie Wall by cattyal

Auntie Wall

That's an attractive still life, with excellent tonal qualities.

By: cattyal

Flying Heron by MarkScollon

Flying Heron

Well done!

By: MarkScollon

Visible side of the soul 3 by jovanovic

Visible side of the soul 3

I increasingly like images where the subject is not just looking into the camera. There's more emotion in this. The only distraction is the bright area on the forehead and if this were to be toned down then we would just look at those poignant eyes.

By: jovanovic

New Life by DianaKate

New Life

That's really unusual and very attractive.

By: DianaKate

Oak on Oak by johnriley1uk

Oak on Oak

No, it's not your eyes Tish, check out which lens I used and you'll see it's the fisheye zoom. It's at its longest end, so the curvature is not so pronounced, but it's there.

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Take a break by TanyaH

Take a break

The contrast of the black and white image is great, but I'm not so sure about the sudden loss of depth of field. It's almost as though the lorry is heading for some sort of barrier and it doesn't look right. Perhaps not the best subject for the technique?

By: TanyaH

Good Boy! by BydoR9

Good Boy!

I rather like the slightly odd colour balance on this.

By: BydoR9

Basking in the Winter Sun by johnriley1uk

Basking in the Winter Sun

It doesn't seem to have the S-shaped beak of the Corn Bunting, although it's very close otherwise.

By: johnriley1uk