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Robin by Myathebirdwatcher999

Robin

Robins are so photogenic - this one knows you are there and is posing beautifully for you! Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

No idea!!! by colijohn

No idea!!!

Cuckoo flower (or Lady's Smock) - Cardamine pratensis

A beautiful capture of this delicate little plant.

By: colijohn

Romania. by PaulPhotography

Romania.

Another wonderful glimpse of Romania - is this house still being used?

By: PaulPhotography

Archway of trees by Bubblegum

Archway of trees

This is a beautiful image (I could spend hours amongst those flowers, looking for bugs and butterflies!). Your ipod has coped brilliantly with the bright sunshine and deep shadows.

By: Bubblegum

Peacock by dven

Peacock

A beautiful frame filler! Smile

By: dven

2 Beauties in 1 Picture by IshanPathak

2 Beauties in 1 Picture

The perfect perch for this elegant butterfly (we don't get these in the UK). Smile It also has the ideal background, very well caught and presented. Smile

By: IshanPathak

Great Spotted Woodpecker by Myathebirdwatcher999

Great Spotted Woodpecker

A brilliant capture - I think she's definitely spotted you! Smile

Because she is on a tall tree, I think I would have been tempted to turn the camera (difficult I know, when you are trying to hide yourself away, keeping still and quiet). You could always use post processing and crop a little off the right hand side, making a portrait format. Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

Couple At Sunset by emma101

Couple At Sunset

What a wonderful scene, it must have been wonderful to actually be there and experience the sunset! Smile

I think I would be tempted to crop off some of the left hand side, but that is down to personal opinion - you've composed the rest of the photogaph brilliantly. Smile

(The date in your camera definitely needs adjusting!!)

By: emma101

Spike... by PaulPhotography

Spike...

He is gorgeous, such a pretty dog!

I really like the format you've chosen and having it in black & white really brings our attention onto those beautiful sparkling eyes! Smile

By: PaulPhotography

You can catch it! by Bubblegum

You can catch it!

If you ever upload an image and spot an error, you are allowed to delete it, correct the error and re-upload (everyone can do this once each day).

Saying that, this image is really eye catching because of its unusual angle!! Grin Your dog looks very athletic!

By: Bubblegum

gerbera by sparrowhawk

gerbera

Version 1 is brilliant, lots of colour and details - but for me Version 2 has the Wow! factor, I love the format you've chosen and the colours/details are fantastic! Smile

By: sparrowhawk

Getting some air by philgood

Getting some air

Full of the joys of spring............brilliantly timed and caught!

By: philgood

Spider by victorburnside

Spider

Fantastic details!

By: victorburnside

Shots at Dawn! by IshanPathak

Shots at Dawn!

A fantastic group of sunrises, each beautiful in its own right. I think my favourite is version 6 though - there's something just a little special about that one! Smile

By: IshanPathak

Garden Angel by YoungPhotographer

Garden Angel

Hi Bella, welcome to EPZ! Smile

Not everyone has fairies in their garden..............your's are really pretty! You've caught her well!

By: YoungPhotographer

Spring Bee by MetalMickee

Spring Bee

You've caught the Hover Fly's details brilliantly! Smile

By: MetalMickee

A tortoise eating by Bubblegum

A tortoise eating

Hi Issi, welcome to EPZ! Smile

Your tortoise is gorgeous, he/she seems to be enjoying his/her greens! Grin

As you can see, the head end seems a little blurry - this could be because he/she quickly moved his/her head as you pressed the shutter. We can see you've captured its shell (top left) beautifully. If this is a crop, then perhaps not cropping quite so close would give an improved image.

When you upload your next image don't forget to include the make of your camera, this way folk who know your camera will be able to give you some hints and tips. If you have any problems or questions, don't be afraid to ask! Smile

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your images.

By: Bubblegum

Peacock Butterfly by Ted447

Peacock Butterfly

A beautiful capture, the details are wonderful.

I think I may have left a little more room at the top, for the butterfly to move into - as you can see, you have slightly nipped the antennae. Smile
(If this is a crop that is easily rectified!).

By: Ted447

Unknown Fly by tonyb73

Unknown Fly

A Yellow Dung Fly! Smile

By: tonyb73

Butterflys and Ladybird. by brandish

Butterflys and Ladybird.

Five gorgeous images, each one could stand on its own! Smile

By: brandish

adela rosella by CarolG

adela rosella

They are tiny, it's amazing to watch them flying! You've caught your's brilliantly!

By: CarolG

Little Honey Bee by emma101

Little Honey Bee


Quote: I like my pic and nobody can make me dislike it

I like it too! Smile You've captured the bee brilliantly, we can even see the tiny claws at the tips of its legs.................it's very hard to capture something when it keeps moving around and you are feeling nervous of it - well done Emma! Smile

By: emma101

Brimstone Moth by KarenFB

Brimstone Moth

Thank you everyone!! Grin (Well worth braving those HUGE monsters that lurk in my shed!)

By: KarenFB

Baby bug by michelle30

Baby bug

It looks so cute and fluffy, you've caught it brilliantly!

By: michelle30

boat on the beach by cocobean

boat on the beach

A wonderful scene, well caught.

I think I would have been tempted to get just a little closer to the boat and place it slightly off center (of course this can be done by using post processing, cropping a little off the left and bottom). Smile

By: cocobean

Drinker Moth Larvae by Andy_brown

Drinker Moth Larvae

Beautifully caught, lovely details! Smile

By: Andy_brown

Dragonsnap by Larson13

Dragonsnap

Hi Jonah - It's great to see you've uploaded your first image! Smile

This is a gorgeous image, the yellows are beautiful against the brown/tan background. Sometimes when taking close up of plants it can improve the image by doing a little 'gardening' first. Gently removing some of the pine needles from the plant may have given a 'tidier' look. You've focused on the petals brilliantly though, so well done! Smile

By: Larson13

YAWN! by Myathebirdwatcher999

YAWN!

Aww!! Such a cute dog - brilliantly caught!

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

Orange Tip by NigelKiteley

Orange Tip

Wonderful details, brilliantly caught!

By: NigelKiteley