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The Athlete!

The Athlete! by juddie

My take on it was that it was particularly good precisely because we could not see her feet or the ground, as this would have taken away the feeling of space and cleanliness, it would have given a sense of place, which is refreshing in its absence.
That then almost demanded some of her tail out of frame or she would merely have looked legless - I see the composition as very dynamic, energetic, balanced, modern, effective, intriguing, clean and simple.



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Autumn by Stewy

Your patience was well rewarded; particularly like the movement and shapes echoing each other between sky and trees. Converging verticals seem to suit the surreal feel, too. Would look just as good without brown line frame, IMO



SILENCY... by Jouİo

I like the composition and tones, though, as ever, prefer no framing (that's just me !)...really like the effect of mist, dewy cobwebs, deail.


dry dock

dry dock by ardclinis

Like the low contrast and pastel effect ...think it is reminiscent of old seaside watercolours or postcards and adds pathos. Makes it quite painterly, which I nearly always like. (Andy: Not to say your high contrast seascapes don't work very well in a different way Smile )

afternoon light in the wood

afternoon light in the wood by loweswood

This works for me, deceptive, subtle, underwater feel, thanks for posting it.


eyes down!

eyes down! by juddie

Your wallpaper looks great on ePz babe...nothing could be finer than to be Carol's diner...they make that nice macro for Nikon fit, you know

By the park

By the park by helenlinda

I like the treatment, emphasises the leaves and textures. As others have mentioned you are getting light wrap on some of the leaves from the bright sky.
I feel the title and especially the font distract my attention from the image, but clicking for the image Smile


Lillian by Barrynic

This says it as it is...(having lived in Shetland for many years I can attest to the bruck and rubbish that piles up on otherwise unspoilt shores) and I like it for that (though I am not too fussed about frames and titles).


boring....... by juddie

Hey c'mon guys....I can't cook y'know...Juddie, I keep telling ya, the back one is well gone, stop down!! Tongue

My Name is Slim Shady ......

My Name is Slim Shady ...... by NickBrandon

Can't help with species but like the uncluttered dark background, looks great... was it evening as it looks a little warm in colour? or maybe that's just my eyes Smile


Sherbet Fizz

Sherbet Fizz by garth01

I like the lighting, make-up and colours, nice n crisp too.

Padley Gorge

Padley Gorge by martin.w

Great sense of presence and dynamics from the low angle and comp and colours well balanced. ^click



twilite by steviehutch

I like the saturation, foreground interest and clouds...agree with Mike re. the horizon which is a prime requirement


turning left!

turning left! by juddie

Jess is a lovely, vibrant god..er..,..dog, and this really captures her...though you know I always thought this would be better if sharp Tongue . Can we have some more of Annie too?

Sunday morning

Sunday morning by juddie

Welcome to the wonderful world of EPZ J!

Love the lighting in that greenhouse Wink

nice one


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