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Smoking.

Smoking. by Paintman

Excellent image and the content; makes one wonder what the woman had been doing before deciding to take a break; the fleeting leg in the background make a nice contrast with her private moment.

Roofs

Roofs by MAK54

you arrived at a funny image!

Aqua Sphere

Aqua Sphere by Quoise

very fine image; this is the more gentle and delicate one.

Mourning Doves

Mourning Doves by banehawi

well timed for both attention; liike a snapshot from people sitting on a terrace and relaxing in the warmth of the sun

Black (& Red) On Green

Black (& Red) On Green by KarenFB

very nice image; like the effect of wide-angle macro

Holiday For Lucien

Holiday For Lucien by LynneJoyce

Lynne, for me it is vs. 09 where the manipulation adds to the image

Robin

Robin by Oldroadster

a critique comment: like the image not only for the robin, which always seems to attract attention, but also for the upper background. The image is sharp and very well exposed. But for me the image consists, at least that is how I perceive it, of four parts competing for the eye's attention: the lovely upper background, the lower, bit duller background, the stake, and the main subject, the robin. Maybe by a simple more panoramic cropping one could reduce the role of the duller lower background and the stake.

Jonathan Livingstone

Jonathan Livingstone by Big_Beavis

what a lovely image taken with an old Takumar, very good lighting in it and a great sky signature; thanks David

brush time

brush time by sarasij

the closer you image them the more hightech they become; well done!

come from sky

come from sky by sarasij

very interesting image; why not rework towards B&W and bring out those boys a little more and that sky and detail under control

Despair

Despair by Angi_Wallace

Can you make a great shot of despair? It drips from the image like the streaks - are they blood or tears - on the door she sits against and the street is wet. There is only one niggle to despair you: would have liked to see her a little bit out of the center by cropping a little from the pavement.

Blue Wren

Blue Wren by ringyneck

these birds are really small and their motion can be compared with a leaf in a storm - i have seen two or three times and thanks to your photo I already know it's name even before having been able to take an image of the bird.

lost in time

lost in time by NeilWigan

like it and the idea of contrast which is well dramatized; maybe, maybe: too much processing, girl too much centralized?
Our Queen observed about two years ago that the only thing that remains constand in our lives is change. And here you show
the change that bombards us.

The Splits

The Splits by Dreameruk

I never knew that birds did also exercise gymnastics; indeed so amusing to see, thanks for sharing this one.

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