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Joy 1999 by doerthe

Joy 1999

Reminds me of Degas. Well done. TG

By: doerthe

The Oculus Bar by TyChee

The Oculus Bar

Work in progress. Unusual and very interesting. Backlit bottles and yet so well exposed. TG

By: TyChee

ATOMIC STORM by ozzieone

ATOMIC STORM

This is very unique and you did a great job of presenting this well. Well done. TG

By: ozzieone

"Castle Door" by xtype

"Castle Door"

Very rich and delicious image. Suspect those stones were used to grind grains or something. Spain? Italy?, Greece? I wonder. TG

By: xtype

Light on Stamen by digital_boi

Light on Stamen

Thanks for the intimate encounter with V2. Quite absorbing. TG

By: digital_boi

"NO! ' ESE NOT FER SALE ME DUCK" by hobbo

"NO! ' ESE NOT FER SALE ME DUCK"

Doc Martin folks. We are going to miss the cranky doc. ' Yes, the pate de frois gras is for pookie. ' TG

By: hobbo

Unfurling Fern by olmeister6

Unfurling Fern

I have seen these before but never looking this good. Composition and light are perfect. I would give you medal too, if I had one. Well done. TG

By: olmeister6

Grandmother and child Bhutan by NathalieM

Grandmother and child Bhutan

You are in the National Geographic zone now... Wow! TG

By: NathalieM

Snowy Owl. by mwoods

Snowy Owl.

The USA has the eagle. Odd, but Canada has no official bird as yet. One is about to be chosen soon. A leading contender by the 'Birders fraternity is... Your Snowy Owl. Hope you don't mind. He never looked better than right here. TG

By: mwoods

Cabbage Flower by sweetpea62

Cabbage Flower

No matter that this is cabbage. This ranks with any lovely bloom any time. The little green edge tips add something as well. TG

By: sweetpea62

~ The Joke's on me II by LexEquine

~ The Joke's on me II

I like this humour moment and also the direct gaze in the background. Very interesting to us humans. TG

By: LexEquine

Vanity thy name is....... by temporalwarp

Vanity thy name is.......

Vanity, thy name is... perfectly fitting. Every detail and colour diamond clear. An original and Very pleasing portrait. TG

By: temporalwarp

Mirror image by barnowlman

Mirror image

Wow! Beautiful... and only ISO 250 @ 1/2000 - f8. I'm guessing this image was quite dark and you brightened it up yet it worked out so well. Texture detail in the heads, necks and wings. Your ? model Nikon sure has good dynamic range, seems to me.
This is rare to get these two so close together. TG

By: barnowlman

FLYING AWAY by EMJAYCEE

FLYING AWAY

All of ePZ vanished for a few hours but all seems OK now. 6PM Pacific time. It was in the shop for a tune-up. Your Bonaparte gull looks very crisp. I like the border as well. These gulls are the best at fancy flying. TG

By: EMJAYCEE

Untitled Porttrait by JeffHubbardPhotography

Untitled Porttrait

Life can give us a surprise bite and for a time we are worried about the total unfairness of some surprises. The walking stick suggests a sudden event. Time passes and calm and assurance returns ... until the next surprise. I'm getting old and vow to stay tough. Just had dental work done.. My finances need time to bounce back. Good portrait of us who are getting older. TG

By: JeffHubbardPhotography

Corfe Castle Frost by LDorey

Corfe Castle Frost

This is a very different and ancient looking set of ruins. Sends me looking for its history on the net. Well done. TG

By: LDorey

After the Landing by WendyEhoff

After the Landing

There are two or three different wreck scenes on Elsmere Island. Climate there is very dry so no signs of rust much, even on old scrap bulldozers. I wonder if it is also quite dry in this part of Iceland? No burn signs so may have been survivors on this Dakota. There can be odd feelings around crash sites sometimes. Mostly when you know the history. I saw old group photos before I saw the wrecks on Elsmere. You have a very tangible image here and no sign of processing. Good work. TG

By: WendyEhoff

Reflection IX by Swarnadip

Reflection IX

Looks like our marina in Comox except you have more green trees. Good clouds and they help with the reflections. TG

By: Swarnadip

Ponte de Rialto by ColleenA

Ponte de Rialto

Your fine series is a pleasing visit sort of. The well designed wooden run-about in V4 seems a very deluxe craft. You did compose these very well. TG

By: ColleenA

Up the Ladder by Daisymaye

Up the Ladder

Exploring is always fun. Some risk involved too, it seems. Nice blue halo top of the snow. One wonders about views up ahead. Not sure what Pany you have but everything is crisp focus @ f3.3. TG

By: Daisymaye

Aquilegia by MaryFaith

Aquilegia

Thumbnail pulled me in like a magnet. You present these magical blooms in a most appealing way. Magic! TG

By: MaryFaith

Colorized Marilyn Monroe by MICHAELGORTH

Colorized Marilyn Monroe

Yup, looks like Marylin to me. You were in some fast lane circles in the 60s. There is a bit of white halo there but still looks ever more healthy than the B&W. Marylin and Bridgett Bardeau [sp?] were our pin-ups in those days. TG

By: MICHAELGORTH

Early morning Barga, Italy by CarolAnnLauderdale

Early morning Barga, Italy

We get that rising cloud bank between town and the mountains also, but lately it has all been very dark grey. This is a refreshing reminder that sunny days will return. Lots of green on those low mountains and loads of detail in those buildings with many TV antennas. I'm the only one with a TV antenna around here. Everyone is on cable and many can not afford it. Thanks for this well composed view of Italy. TG

By: CarolAnnLauderdale

~ "The Turk's Head" by LexEquine

~ "The Turk's Head"

That Zuiko 40 - 150 gets raves and in your steady hands, I can see why. Looks as ' real life ' as one can get. TG

By: LexEquine

Alone by RobinH

Alone

That is just a packsack, not more legs but still the image stumbles and fails as the lone quality is not there. I prefer not to counter senior opinions above but while this is a great subject, any attempt from this angle can not deliver a good result. Just an opinion remember. Lets all stay friends. Lucky that you can re-visit and make more images. Your previous one was terrific. TG

By: RobinH

Flowing water by Madoldie

Flowing water

Your private cascade... Well done. TG

By: Madoldie

So ashamed! by vickyal

So ashamed!

Teddy bear bunny. Colour seems special. TG

By: vickyal

Snowy scene by Mactogo

Snowy scene

Needs a little left tilt yet so minor no one cares as you have 30 votes already. This just like places a little uphill from me on Vancouver Island. Uphill into the snow that is. Those lacey trees help make this a great winter scene. Well done. TG

By: Mactogo

Widgeon  Four by tonyguitar

Widgeon Four

I should have followed your example and raised the ISO from 400 to 800 thus getting f11 or so for more DOF. Thanks again. TG

By: tonyguitar

A Formal Pose by taggart

A Formal Pose

All that detail and clarity at the long end of 600mm? Suspect a Sigma zoom. Sigma is getting more respect lately but only your steadyness makes this possible. f14 is ideal too, certainly. Formal and very elegant. TG

By: taggart