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LynneJoyce's Gallery Comments

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Green Energy! by Chinga

Green Energy!

Three nice grot shots.

By: Chinga

A Summer's Day by rayme330

A Summer's Day

Splendid shot of this famous lock. Who Colin P Witter I wonder?

By: rayme330

Great Tit (Parus Major) by Ray42

Great Tit (Parus Major)

You have captured a wonderful pose here.

By: Ray42

Vivid Sydney Opera house reflection 1 by Merbert

Vivid Sydney Opera house reflection 1

Amazing shot of this iconic building and it's reflection.

By: Merbert

Dryas Julia [Juliia long wing] by capto

Dryas Julia [Juliia long wing]

Super set from which my personal favourite is V3.

By: capto

From bush to mouth..... by barbarahirst

From bush to mouth.....

Bet her expression was very different when she bit into it. An excellent portrait.

By: barbarahirst

Higher & Higher by WhiteRose1

Higher & Higher

Dizzyingly good!

By: WhiteRose1

Melbourne Bridge. by WesternRed

Melbourne Bridge.

Great comp, one of your best.

By: WesternRed

Under the Pier by BobMac

Under the Pier

Very striking.

By: BobMac

Bosky by Danny1970


V2 for me too.

By: Danny1970

Grasshopper by TonyDy


Wonderful details of a gorgeous model.

By: TonyDy

Chained up by pixeltrix

Chained up

Simply lovely, well observed and well captured.

By: pixeltrix

Amazing tiny seedlings ? by mashwood10

Amazing tiny seedlings ?

An excellent opportunity well observed and captured.

By: mashwood10

Beach Trees by almiles

Beach Trees

You have done an excellent piece of tinkering here and produced a lovely image with a great title.

By: almiles

QEII BRIDGE by Stevefz


Beautiful. You have even managed to make the mud look gorgeous.

By: Stevefz

Reflections by nonur


Quote: Great observation and a most suitable dual purpose title.


I agree with Albert, very clever.

By: nonur

Yellowhammer IV by Glostopcat

Yellowhammer IV

What a beauty and in a lovely pose too.

By: Glostopcat

Iris by ColleenA


Glorious colour.

By: ColleenA

The Fisher King by Andysnapper

The Fisher King

Arty farty indeed and all the better for that.

By: Andysnapper

"The Baton Relay - Final Day" by RonnieAG

"The Baton Relay - Final Day"

A wonderful set that captures all the energy and joy surrounding the event. I particularly like V3 because it features my favourite breed of horse.

By: RonnieAG

For the Love of Cats by Daisymaye

For the Love of Cats

A particularly good pet portrait because it includes the cat's owner in soft focus and her expression says it all.

By: Daisymaye

Red Meadowhawk by taggart

Red Meadowhawk

They don't get better than this set.

By: taggart

Dahlia at Powis Castle by DicksPics

Dahlia at Powis Castle

A stunning bloom beautifully captured.

By: DicksPics

bee-fly by CarolG


Three excellent portraits. The proboscis looks like a lethal weapon!

By: CarolG

A Turkish Welcome by lifesnapper

A Turkish Welcome

Not only beautiful but she looks utterly genuine too.

By: lifesnapper

Trio by rayme330


I'm worried that this one breaks 'The Rules' Ray. Three geese, an odd number that's OK, but three geese plus three reflections makes six, an even number. Don't worry, if The Photo Mafia set out to get you, you can have refuge at my secret, rule-free hideaway!

Joking aside, this is a really well captured, well composed shot.

By: rayme330

Monsoon by 781969


Wow, you must be exhausted! I love this image. The mistiness and wet surfaces tell half the story but the figure with the umbrella completes the picture perfectly.

By: 781969

Orford, Suffolk by fentiger

Orford, Suffolk

I agree with Ronnie, deeply sad but a photographic opportunity too good to miss, and you didn't miss it!

By: fentiger

The ant feast by Quoise

The ant feast

Terrific macro shot.

Ants don't generally eat aphids. I know this sounds strange but ants actually herd aphids. Aphids excrete a sugary fluid after they feed off plants. The ants then gather this fluid and eat it as food. The ants on this plant are probably protecting the aphids from predators just as a human shepherd protects its flock.

By: Quoise

"Selfie" by RonnieAG


Brilliant! We are never too old for bubble toys are we?

By: RonnieAG