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tonyguitar's Gallery Comments

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Sunset by the Tees by YorkshireSam

Sunset by the Tees

The ideal subject to sit before a sunset and the reflections are all added value. Can't go wrong with da boat. TG

By: YorkshireSam

Octopi On The Sea Floor by gconant

Octopi On The Sea Floor

Beautiful artwork. I do really like this creation of yours. TG

By: gconant

Canada Goose by max_e

Canada Goose

You make our proliferous Canada goose look so good. Nice one! TG

By: max_e

Bastion by Nigeve1

Bastion

I've seen ancient before but this looks really old. I bet there have been many arrows dodged here in history. TG

By: Nigeve1

Pied Water-Tyrant by Pitter

Pied Water-Tyrant

Tyrant? A harsh master? Looks delicate and friendly to me. Never saw one of these before. Wonder what his song is like. TG

By: Pitter

The End of Time Part Two by johnriley1uk

The End of Time Part Two

All that glitters is gol...brass. Sweet diagonal composition and very classy. TG

By: johnriley1uk

Neglected by yosemite

Neglected

If ever a place looked haunted....hanging tree included. Perfect treatment too. TG

By: yosemite

Makalu by kathrynlouise

Makalu

What a beauty. No powder puff though, even at that young age,... I'm guessing. TG

By: kathrynlouise

Fresh meat by graskop

Fresh meat

I know how you wished for better light for this excellent find.. My owl with a catch, [ a big crayfish ], was found under canopy shade with some harsh sun. This image of yours is still very good as the light contrasts are not so shocking. There seems to be room here for some lightening. The photo is sure worth it. TG

By: graskop

Bald Eagle by Mike_Smith

Bald Eagle

You caught him in a short term transition. We have many bald eagles around here and one very seldom sees the head in other than solid brown or pure white. Makes a very interesting portrait. He sure has the glare of authority. TG

By: Mike_Smith

Red-Backed Shrike male by trevrob

Red-Backed Shrike male

Any shrike here on Vancouver Island may be red listed as well. Have only seen two or three over the last five years and I tend to be watching. I may have two fair images. Wish I had one like yours. Looks great. Right down to the hooked beak. TG

By: trevrob

Young Jay by redken60

Young Jay

Something a little odd about his eye highlight, yet still a very pleasing image. Still looks so much better than our plain Steller Jay here in B.C. Canada. TG

By: redken60

Rustic Lantern by usmanifakhruddin

Rustic Lantern

A good way to show us this very old railway lantern. On first glance at the thumb it reminded me of a heavy mist nozzel for the end of a fire hose. We humans are not always reliable witnesses. TG

By: usmanifakhruddin

Suffolk Punch by FrestonHouse

Suffolk Punch

He does look different. Good looking and rich colour yet the eye seems smaller. Probably because he is larger than the average horse. Thanks for the time put into the most interesting background story. TG

By: FrestonHouse

Night at the Museum by PhilT2

Night at the Museum

Your 'livening up' is appreciated yet V2 is my choice probably because those images are what I saw as a youngster leafing through the books of knowledge and my mother's anatomy art books. TG

By: PhilT2

Trumpeter  Rest by tonyguitar

Trumpeter Rest

These trumpeters are so white they test the dynamic range of my bargain Canon T2i camera. Working on how to get more body texture while not losing the head detail in blackness. Thanks for forgiving the obvious burnout. TG

By: tonyguitar

Venera by kazeva

Venera

The torso is very good but the head was rushed. With a larger head this could be very good art. I'm such an animal that I like it anyway. TG

By: kazeva

The Demonic Bride part 1 by jondemon666

The Demonic Bride part 1

I'm not much for blood but I do appreciate a lovely cleavage and respect the magic of swirling mists in this excellent image of yours. TG

By: jondemon666

2 you may be the fastest snail in Brittany but your time is up buster" by brianfrance1

2 you may be the fastest snail in Brittany but your time is up buster"

Now that is real focus. Your springer zeroed in on something. Did he get to chew it? Absorbing mono image with powerful textures. [ Most due to the plastic sheet ], and a fine springer with REAL intent. TG

By: brianfrance1

Warkworth Castle by icphoto

Warkworth Castle

This is very interesting in relation to surroundings. Lots more images here featuring parts closer up. Castles are rare here on Vancouver Island. I enjoy your rich history expressed in stoneworks. TG

By: icphoto

Shapes by gazza77

Shapes

These are shapes that resonate as in an epic movie one may have see like Ben Hur. Rich colour and satisfying textures. TG

By: gazza77

The End of Time Part One by johnriley1uk

The End of Time Part One

Qualities of brass and brushed metals. Looks rich and only broken on close scrutiny. A classic look. TG

By: johnriley1uk

Sky by Peteward

Sky

Sky looks easy going. He has nice lines and looks good in a mono image. TG

By: Peteward

In flight Lilac Breasted Roller by rontear

In flight Lilac Breasted Roller

Yes, Beautiful African species, leaving it's nest, indeed with the most impressive wing colour design ever. Wonderful catch. TG

By: rontear

mushrooms in moss. by colinbond987

mushrooms in moss.

Seems a squirrel has been nibbling. Lovely set of shrooms. TG

By: colinbond987

Butterfly 11 by jimjohns

Butterfly 11

One fine hand painted set of eyes to confuse the birds. Brown and yellow carried colourwise in the bloom as well. TG

By: jimjohns

Through the wire mesh. by uktruckie

Through the wire mesh.

Amazing, all that quality detail squeezing through the wire mesh. Clearly he understands how odd and awkward you are here. TG

By: uktruckie

Apollo 2 by fishiee

Apollo 2

One wonders if the perch is a tiny stem completely hidden. Oh, wait. I see it now at the stern. Brilliant! TG

By: fishiee

Retro by alecs79

Retro

Like my old Iloca camera in the days without sports or in flight images. Then along came the Minolta SRT2. TG

By: alecs79

Penny? by NatsDad

Penny?

This setting with the moss covered bench posts is perfect for everything to work so well. TG
The hands and fingers are elegant while the smile is sunny.

By: NatsDad