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The Old Pier
Not that jetty [pier] again ~yawn~
Never got to take a photo of this particular cliche but no problem, I'll just 'shop one in :o)
Still a good picture without though
Against The Wind
Must have been Jura farting
I love this set of images. It might be better balanced if the right hand image was in the centre [and vice versa] ?
Crosby Stills ...
Quote: That was one hell of a day for you Paul ... Showing your age a bit, with a title like that
I resemble that remark
Thank you Saeid and John
Thank You Trev and Saeid
Jeanie - I suppose they did whimper a little before moving into the correct spot
Rubha nan Gall, Skye
King of the Hill
Deanfields are well known for their heads shaped like a rugby ball
The Edge of the World
You really know how to make a lousy sunrise even worse............... stick me in the middle of it
Quote: Oh! excellent shot.Where?
Lake District, UK.
More specifically from the beach East of Friars Crag looking West across Derwentwater towards Brandelhow [the peak on the right] and Catbells [the one on the left]
My thanks everybody.
I knew it was going to be right even as I pressed the shutter
Grid & Beacon ...
You could probably chop a fair bit off the top of this and not notice it has gone since there's not much worth or detail in the big black blob in the top right hand corner.
That would also bias the horizon line further away from the middle.
Like it otherwise
Nice one Chris.
Although a bit of a pain and continually in the way Jea.... errrm Jura is always good company.
Open Kitchen 02
That's why I put it up ahead of the one that I realy like
By the road to Elgol
Thanks for the kind words everyone
The Way to Dock Tarn
Whoops! Sorry everybody.
I forgot to set the notifications tick box and thought the pic had passed under everybodys radar
Thanks for the kind comments
Thanks Ladies & Gents.
She was certainly enjoying herself and I think the expression shows that
I wondered about changing the title to "In the same boat"
After The Zoo
We were still in the car park prior to setting off
Thanks Trevor, I'll dig around for the colour version but it's not to hand since this was to be a mono/toned image right from the moment I saw it.
Scary Hot Dog
Thanks Chris and C
Big Dipper Dogs
The matriarch was very sharp and was perhaps the only one all evening who suspected what I was about
I'd been dying to take a pic of her for minutes but she hardly took her eyes off me while she was shoveling food in.
As soon as she started on her mug o' tea course I went fer it
The composition was deliberate and I was conscious of the poster but not just how well it would come across.
With the massive depth of field of these small sensor cameras I'm finding it difficult to be aware of elements in the picture which are so far back but which sometimes add a whole new dimension to it.
For those that are interested, this is f2.8 'snap' focussed on 2.5 metres with a depth of field from 1.13 metres to infinity
I see from your portfolio that you're already hooked...........
The Danger Below.....
A little more detail to add to the story.
You may be surprised to learn it's not a shark but a timber from the Abana wrecked in 1894.
Stacked image ?
Great start Liz. After a while I got to realise that things were best kept simple. I know that my flower is complex in shape but it's just one flower and it fills the entire image.
Had to click it since I saw it live and in full colour