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Dictation location

Dictation location by woolybill1

#1 for me Bill, always a fan of shallow DOF; have you tried converting to mono to get rid of the slight purple and green bokeh fringing?

Where's the girls?

Where's the girls? by Lillian

Beautiful with #1 and love #2 - "No, no, I don't want either of you!"

See on Saturday then Lillian - 10.30am in the car park

Shin Falls

Shin Falls by lifesnapper

Sorry I'd missed these John and a lovely series with #1 my favourite; beautiful shot and love the sunny fresh feel and that rich blue water


Group by helenlinda

A striking image Helen and excellent work with the manipulations


Forgotten....... by Lucy_Locket

#1 for me too, and also for it's more abstract feel - maybe the door implies it has a new resident?
(and also a bit concerned by the bullet holes!)

Cakes with Cherries on the Top

Cakes with Cherries on the Top by DilysT

They do indeed, and nicely shot with the colours and shallow DOF; although I'm not quite so convinced by the stalks Wink

Classic Nuthatch Pose

Classic Nuthatch Pose by KBan

Beautifully shot as ever Keith



Lovely portrait and great closeup detail in the feathers and the reflection in that eye



A lovely shot and proudly posing for you Smile
He won't have needed to have escaped from anywhere, as I think they're native British ducks - certainly they're common in the park near where my parents live and you can often see several pairs together (the females are nowhere near as colourful)



The most beautiful of ducks in my opinion and love all the colours and patterns you've captured


Robin by Louise_Morris

Would also agree with Dean and Ron - about the crop and also that the longer and heavier the lens and the less the light, then the more and more you need a tripod if you want to capture critical detail. But they can be cumbersome, slow to use and if they take the fun out of it for you, then you have to carefully weigh the tradeoff and what suits you personally. Maybe a monopod could be a happy compromise?

I will use a tripod on a lot of occasions myself, but I certainly draw the line a little sooner than Dean and Ron who I guess will spend hours sat patiently in hides> But then I also have to accept that similar results will only come my way very rarely and with a large degree of luck instead of planning Smile


Cenarth Falls

Cenarth Falls by Glostopcat

A very inviting scene Ed and I love all the crashing water - still seems plenty of it to me!

Hoot..anyone there?

Hoot..anyone there? by Lillian

Lovely shot Lillian, I remember it well; looking long, sleek and refined and with that great twinkle in its eye

Syre Church

Syre Church by Sue_R

What a quaint little church Sue; can't hold very many people!
#1 for me with that lovely stormy quality to the light fitting with the sky

ice on the beach

ice on the beach by cassiecat

Both great, but #1 my preference Lesley, with the low view over the ice, lead-in with the tracks, that big sky and a lovely mood with the light

Eagle Owl

Eagle Owl by Maiwand

Lovely closeup details Ron and those captivating orange eyes.
And a self-portrait too; although your halo has grown large enough to obscure your face Wink

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