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Me?..... A real Grandaddy?
Vote for Me!!
Had to say it, but I do think Barbs takes brilliant pics of this old man.
Drips & Drops
In a Moroccan Market
Quite a project I have there. Thank you Barbs, for such a good record of the start of it all.
"Its mine"......"NO!.. Its mine"
A three cornered argument finely illustrated.
Middleton Light Railway
Looks like a Heath Robinson to me. Well taken and composed.
In the Engine Shed
Absolutely wonderful. A window to an older world.
More London 2
There are numerous categories this site should have . . .
Back to the serious stuff!
Gorgeous photography. And great wit.
The big bite
How to eat crab. We lose so much we know so little about.
A joyous, thought provoking photograph.
Sorting and Checking
The behind the scenes scene, oops, very tellingly shown. I have wondered why paper delivery still seems to be needed these days . . .
A chest beating moment, methinks. Well caught.
Perfectly detailed, the model posed so well . . .
I am off to look up brushfooted butterflies.
At the sharp end 2.
Paint on rust? Some people . . .
Yup, I like the flowing liquid analogy above, so I will go with that.
You took the pic, that counts.
Rust never sleeps 2
Just enough detail to speculate upon . . .
Lurking in the Woods
Hmmm. Very well taken, they do not seem to be fleet of foot, so to speak.
Wonderfully presented. I remember reading the word agapanthus as a child, and wondering what sort of animal it could be . . .
Full jiggery pokery marks.
A very unusual angle, and what a lot you got! Multiple stories throughout the frame.
Excellent series, V3 tops the lot for me.
Magic from the mundane. Great use of light and a striking composition, never seen a galvanised steel pail treated so well.
The party trick
What a wonderful photograph!!
My mate Roger Tatt still does look like this, mumblety thpm years after he had his results.
fodder for coppers
Brilliantly detailed, and wonderful use of backlight.
Wrong use of that knife ....
Gorgeous! We hope she was joking . . .
I will not enter the irregular traingles discussion. I would, however, be pleased as punch if I had taken this . . .
Two Tankfuls of . . .
Applause for the well oiled sentiment, might try some of that later myself.
A vote for properly corroded and grot bedecked ironmongery, respectfully photographed.