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*** by Shibram

An exceptionally good B&W portrait!

Speed Skating

Speed Skating by goochian3

Nicely captured but it would have been so much better if that other skater hadn't been behind her.

Balbriggan Harbour,Dublin.

Balbriggan Harbour,Dublin. by johnvincint

Lovely vivid colours and nice harbour scene.

Girl in the woods

Girl in the woods by shishidog

Beautiful! I'd like to see a closer cropped version of this.


Friends by Gp350

How extraordinary!


Glass by fusion2011

I really like this bright and colourful modern church window and you've caught it all beautifully in this excellent photograph.

Lunch Time

Lunch Time by Richard_b

It's nice to see a still life for a change and especially one as good as this. Difficult to believe that it's a photograph and not a painting.

Blue Tit.

Blue Tit. by peterthowe

My first reaction to this photo was Wow! Then, "What, only eight votes? I don't believe it!" Lovely colours, Beautiful!


Robin by Myathebirdwatcher999

Think this is one of the best robin photos I've seen on Ephotozine and definitely the robiniest looking robin. Well done!

From the Heart

From the Heart by stillworksimagery

Roses are quite difficult to get really good photos of. Well done for this one!


Plantation by froggma

Very good result from what looks to have been quite difficult lighting.

Jodie - 3 -5 Feb 2015

Jodie - 3 -5 Feb 2015 by nellacphoto

Another nice portrait --- but to me it's nowhere near as good as your Mona Lisa like, Jodie-2, I saw yesterday.



The thumbnail wasn't very exciting looking, but I'm glad I stopped to have a look at this one. What a lovely photograph!


Dannia by kevtrucker

I hope she's not like that in real life. Beautifully photographed!


Snowdrops by RichGA

You could also try holding the camera right down on the ground with the lens angled upwards at the flowers and the viewing screen turned up to compose with. This method works best with individual plants or small clumps and can produce some quite impressive shots.

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