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What am I ?

What am I ? by Niknut

What are you? Well, you're beautiful, architectural, elegant, graceful and downright easy on the eye ... Smile
What are you called? Umm, haven't got the foggiest ... Grin

A Little Bit Different

A Little Bit Different by SPA

As an abstract image, I think it works great. I can understand why you've done it as a portrait format, but have you tried landscape instead? It's one of those images that work well either way round Smile

I think the warm tone is okay, but as Isabel says it could look fantastic in black and white, depending on how you do it and how work with the tones ... ??

Moonlit Deal Pier

Moonlit Deal Pier by carper123

A cracking set ... I love the sky of V2 and the foreground and pier in V3 best Grin

Sea of Fog

Sea of Fog by jasonrwl

I think this is a fabulous image. I'm wondering what it would look like with a slight curves adjustment, to give slightly more contrast than it currently has ... ?? The tones are actually quite delicate at the moment, and there's so much drama in the image itself that I want to see that reflected in the tonal contrast throughout. Don't know though ... what do you reckon?


Ivory by kenp666

I really do like this. It may not be the sharpest image in the world (don't know whether softer focus was your intention or not, so am not saying a lot on that score Grin) but I love the pose. I love the direct gaze. I even (weirdly) love the two-tone colours in the hair (pin-on piece, presumably?).

But the one thing that really stands out for me in this image isn't necessarily the photography or lighting (although they are good) - it's the make-up. Whoever did the make-up is genius ... it's bold, it's dynamic and it's different to the norm. And it compliments the green wrap material beautifully as well.

(I never thought I'd be gushing over the make-up in an image, rather than the technical merits of the photography, but there ya go!! Grin)


Window. by kuvailija

I knew it was a window at first glance (I watch Grand Designs too much Grin) but I particularly love V1. The composition works extremely well, and it's an intriguing and well taken image.

Angry Bales

Angry Bales by geffers7

Probably always best to ask permission first, if you can - although it's not always easy to know which field belongs to which farm/farmer! Smile
Still, you got a beauty of an image out of the process.

late evening sun & heat haze

late evening sun & heat haze by RayHeath

This is beautiful Smile That light is amazing and I really like your composition. The left side could, in fact, stand a little crop to bring the left hand edge in to the tree, eliminating that strip of light, but leaving the glow of the sun. Although I do understand why you've left that strip to the left of the tree and either way, it's a gorgeous summer evening image.


t by Dismorfic

A mouse-eye view of a glorious woodland sun Grin


Marble by lblythe

This is bizzare. The more I look at it, the more I like it, and I don't know why Smile

There's a little light 'leakage' around the edges (put it on a black background, and you'll see what I mean) but that's a very minor point and hardly noticeable when it's on the white background. (I'll often turn the background black in order to see an image properly - it gets rid of any distractions and really lets the viewer see an image, and its colours and shades, properly.)

As well as the obvious 'eye' in the marble I also see a cloaked figure, holding out their hand with the ball in it, and the material from the sleeve draped over the forearm holding the orb, and hanging down to create those wonderful shapes.

So yeah, this is definitely an eye catching (no pun!) image Grin

last glow - ebb flow

last glow - ebb flow by cirrusminor

That looks like a place with endless possibilities for photography Smile A beautiful image.

Frosty Morn'

Frosty Morn' by Take-a-View

I don't do reciprocal clicking ... I'm clickin' 'cos I like it - lots! Grin

Another Realm

Another Realm by clintnewsham

Now why on earth can't I find a dragon's skull on my travels? All I ever find are sheeps' skulls ... I'm obviously looking in the wrong places Sad
I love this image Smile Skillfully manipulated, beautifully simple and very very effective Grin


Byeeeeeeeeeeee by Trawden

I love the highlighted edges around her coat, and on the grasses on the right of her ... it's a beautifully evocative image Smile


Mercury by Quoise

Beautiful, as always Smile

Give me a ring sometime...

Give me a ring sometime... by saltireblue

I love the stripey banding, it's very effective. Looks like a couple of different types of gold? (ie it looks like one of the bands is rose gold?)
Just out of interest, what did you use for the reflective surface - glass or tile?

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