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Lovely blend of colours, shapes and textures. Beautiful! By the way, just wanted to say thanks for your comment on my night lights photo of several months ago. Sorry for not doing so at the time. I've since learned that the usual thing to do is just click on "like". Keep at the flowers and butterflies and things! All your shots are beautiful, but let's see a lot more! Chris.
The birds in a lot of photos come across as rather "stuffed" looking. In these three shots you've managed to capture the vitality and movement of the bird and the sparkle in its eye. I like all three, but think that with version 1 you've set a new standard for nuthatch photography.
It's good to see such a bright and well taken ship photo, shot from the sunny side, not the other side. (I do a bit of ship spotting. Some of the shots I see are so "dire" it's a wonder Nikon or Canon don't sue the people who uploaded them). Wondered what these newfangled bulbous prows were about. Now I know.
Have an occasional night photography session myself,so it's interesting to see other photographers' creations. Like your composition! The moon after 30 seconds must be part of your digital manipulations. Judging by the voting response it's getting, night photography isn't the most popular of genres at present. Hope to see some more of your night shots!
One of the most striking photos I've come across in browsing through the gallery and well worth stopping to have a good look at. Also interesting to learn from the exif how you did it. It's beautifully taken and a superb example of this genre. I get the feeling that after dark photography isn't very popular at the moment. Two outdoor night shots I uploaded recently have attracted 3 and 2 votes and no comments, so far. Hope to see some more of your photography!
Though I admire a lot of the advanced amateur photos,with or without techno-babble, I see on Ephotozine, it really makes a pleasant change to see a lovely down to earth family snap-shot like this. With votes as the only feedback on viewings, I can't help wondering how many people actually look at some of our photos? Happy snapping!
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