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arachnid on felicia by CarolG

arachnid on felicia

You've caught him brilliantly - he looks far too big for that flower!

So sorry to hear you're poorly! I do hope your back feels better soon!

By: CarolG

Beetle by JordanJackson


A beautiful little Weevil, brilliantly caught (we can even see the hairs on its chin!).

By: JordanJackson

december visitor by luckybry

december visitor

Poor thing is supposed to be in hibernation!!

By: luckybry

Bronte Falls by josephwiseman11

Bronte Falls

It looks like it was quite dark here - there is a slight movement blur on the rocks.

I'm not a fan of tilted images, but that's just a personal thing. I might be tempted to crop off the top, to remove the sky. Smile

By: josephwiseman11

Saltaire , Yorkshire by josephwiseman11

Saltaire , Yorkshire

Your 'J' seems to have disappeared on this one - sorry I missed it!! (If ever you notice an error, scroll down to the bottom of the page and place a report, someone will correct it for you!).

I take it you used a fisheye(?) lens, what a strange effect it has given! Smile

By: josephwiseman11

Giving A Helping Paw by KarenFB

Giving A Helping Paw

Thank you everyone! Smile

Quote: Was that a Fujifilm S3 that stopped serving you?

No, it was a Canon (a bridge camera). Smile

By: KarenFB

Chilled! by WintonPhotography


Lol - I come from the generation who had a daily bottle of milk at school.

A 'Milk Monitor' stabbed each bottle with a pencil (giving the pencil a quick suck every now and then to get off the cream) - then a paper straw was placed into the hole (who invented paper straws..........they never lasted to the bottom of the bottle!).

The crates of milk were stored in the school corridor..............so, in winter they were frozen (put by a radiator for a few minutes to thaw) and in the summer they were sour.

Oh, how I hated that milk! We were kept in until the last drop was drunk!

By: WintonPhotography

Robin by bluetitblue


A Happy Christmas to you too!! Smile

This is a gorgeous image, not only because of the wonderfully crisp details on the robin and perch, but the brilliant background too.

By: bluetitblue

fantasy inspired by abby2244

fantasy inspired

I really like the composition, with the path leading diagonally through the image. Your post processing has given it quite a green cast - is this the effect you were looking for?

By: abby2244

Roll Over Beethoven! by Paul_Iddon

Roll Over Beethoven!

Aw, bless!! How cute is that!! Smile A brilliant capture.

(I hope you're soon feeling better!)

By: Paul_Iddon

Painted Lady by johnke

Painted Lady

What a gorgeous image - the colours and details are fantastic!

By: johnke

the one that got away! by CarolG

the one that got away!

These made me smile! I love the fact we can see it flying away in the distance! Grin

By: CarolG

Beach photo by abby2244

Beach photo

Hi Abby, welcome to EPZ! Smile

An interesting image to start off your portfolio. I like the way the image is split into 3 sections, the soft sand near us, then the rocks and last of all the sea. Shooting into the sun isn't really a good idea, without filters the image is usually over exposed. We need to be careful not to damage the camera and more importantly our eyes!

I hope you enjoy your time with us, if you have any problems or questions don't be afraid to ask! Smile

By: abby2244

slowly, slowly... by Exposurist

slowly, slowly...

A gorgeous capture - very artistic (it's not often we see snails looking so pretty!).

By: Exposurist

Tiny Butterfly  Azanus ubaldus by johnke

Tiny Butterfly Azanus ubaldus

A stunning capture, the details are wonderful!

By: johnke

my favorite multply exposure by fabulizer12349

my favorite multply exposure

A very clever manipulation - out of curiosity, which post processing programme do you use?

By: fabulizer12349

Kingfisher on Reedmace by Brian_Scott

Kingfisher on Reedmace

What a beautiful capture!

By: Brian_Scott

woodlouse spider by CarolG

woodlouse spider

Its prey might be Woodlice, but I would still feel uncomfortable near it! A brilliant capture! Smile

By: CarolG

Artistic Kitty by emma101

Artistic Kitty

A gorgeous cat, plus you've focussed on it brilliantly - but personally, I would have liked to have seen just a little more (perhaps
getting its nose in shot). Smile

By: emma101

Don't move, maybe he won't see me' by clubcard

Don't move, maybe he won't see me'

What a beautiful photograph - you've caught the fox's curiosity brilliantly!

By: clubcard

mole cricket by CarolG

mole cricket

A Mole Cricket - what a beauty!

By: CarolG

Coot by Myathebirdwatcher999


What a beautiful capture!

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

summer skippers by CarolG

summer skippers

Three beautifully caught images. Smile

By: CarolG

Forest Bug-Pentatoma rufipes. by Badgerfred

Forest Bug-Pentatoma rufipes.

Beautiful colours and details!

By: Badgerfred

Perfect Camouflage by MaryFaith

Perfect Camouflage

What a wonderful insect (I wish the UK had such specimens), well spotted and caught! Smile

By: MaryFaith

big eyes! by CarolG

big eyes!

You're very brave for getting so close (braver then I, that is sure), but I feel there is a little movement blur with this image.

By: CarolG

Pointing The Way by KarenFB

Pointing The Way

Thank you! Smile

By: KarenFB

Canal Bridge by ChrisAC

Canal Bridge

A gorgeous image. There is something very relaxing about walking beside a canal, your photograph captures that peacefulness.

By: ChrisAC

Robin by Myathebirdwatcher999


A gorgeous image. I really like the composition, with the Robin on the right having plenty of space to look into. I also like the sharpness on the eye and the catchlights. Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

Happy Christmas by SurreyHillsMan

Happy Christmas

Oh, what a sweetheart! Beautifully caught!

By: SurreyHillsMan