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Paulbee's Gallery Comments

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Just waiting for YOU ! by Paulbee

Just waiting for YOU !

Thanks Mike, certainly not grot this time !!

By: Paulbee

Free for all. by mikbee

Free for all.

You never get owt for nowt ! What's the price of the beer ?
Keep shootin em mick.

By: mikbee

Winter sunlight in Nidderdale by YorkshireSam

Winter sunlight in Nidderdale

Great shot. I particularly like the foreground detail on the rocks.

By: YorkshireSam

Pathway to ..... by Cookie_Monster

Pathway to .....

A great treatment of this subject.

By: Cookie_Monster

Lingering mist by PaulHolloway

Lingering mist

Great shot, superbly sharp definition.

By: PaulHolloway

One Tree by rjb25

One Tree

Brilliant treatment of a snow scene.

By: rjb25

Winter woodland by theresacoo

Winter woodland

The blue treatment is great for this subject.

By: theresacoo

Sunlight, Mist & Snow by technical_tim

Sunlight, Mist & Snow

Brilliant shot, superb sky.

By: technical_tim

New Light, Old Stones ... by sut68

New Light, Old Stones ...

A really superb shot of Castlerigg.

By: sut68

Across The Fells by Stumars

Across The Fells

A truly beautiful shot.

By: Stumars

Bleak hills by michaelfox

Bleak hills

Super shot, I like this one. The muted colours evoke a typical moorland scene. Beautiful crisp detail in the foreground.

By: michaelfox

Big buoy. by mikbee

Big buoy.

Like this one Mick, it radiates a real feeling of strength.

By: mikbee

Hector's Place by Timbles

Hector's Place

A beautifully atmospheric shot. I particularly like the muted colours of the trees and the mist on the water. Bet it looks great on the wall.

By: Timbles

The flowing fog by aldasack1957

The flowing fog

Great shot. Some brilliant work here. Well done.
Regards Paul.

By: aldasack1957

Just Popping out for the paper Darling... by Scottishlandscapes

Just Popping out for the paper Darling...

A great capture. The subtlety of the lighting on the hilliside is beautiful.

By: Scottishlandscapes

Stub it out. by mikbee

Stub it out.

Well spotted, but why on earth has it got a lock on it Mick. Are they afraid someone will nick the fag ends?

By: mikbee

Remains of the day. by mikbee

Remains of the day.

Like the detail in this one Mick.

By: mikbee

Along the Edge by martin.w

Along the Edge

The subtlety of the evening light on the rocks is just great.

By: martin.w

Curbar In The Mist by AntHolloway

Curbar In The Mist

The highlighted tree in the foreground add good perspective to this scene.

By: AntHolloway

Glen Coe by limmy62

Glen Coe

A great shot with a superb sense of perspective.

By: limmy62

Misty Derwent Water by blades

Misty Derwent Water

Lovely shot, beautifully subtle colours.

By: blades

St Paul's cathedral by Riyaz

St Paul's cathedral

Beautiful evening shot, the detail on the cathedral is great.

By: Riyaz

Vesuvius Sunset by agingrocker

Vesuvius Sunset

Great shot of vesuvius in the evening light. The panoramic format for the scene is just right.

By: agingrocker

Autumn Mist by Jimmy29

Autumn Mist

Great shot. Well worth the trek.
Regards Paul.

By: Jimmy29

Dusk Over the Estuary by MaryFaith

Dusk Over the Estuary

A truly beautiful picture. A large print will look super on the wall.
Regards Paul.

By: MaryFaith

Capital Vista by mlseawell

Capital Vista

Dramatic image. Looks very Ansel Adams.
Well done. Paul.

By: mlseawell

Fountains Abbey by whatriveristhis

Fountains Abbey

A beautiful picture of one of my favourite places.

By: whatriveristhis



Superb shot, very atmospheric. Well done.

By: davsamp

Lone tree at Latrigg by blades

Lone tree at Latrigg

Vibrant colours, well composed.

By: blades

Ashness, Lakelands by limmy62

Ashness, Lakelands

No 1 for me. Keeping the bend in the road is a better composition (in my very humble opinion).
Regards Paul.

By: limmy62