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Dreamy Guitarist by Daisymaye

Dreamy Guitarist

This is pure art,...Sandy. TG

By: Daisymaye

Dancer! by dudler


Regardless, this is an excellent slice of life today with interesting young people who cheerfully take part in the moment. Holding a smoke is the added touch. Everything good! TG

By: dudler

Leaving the Castle by bouic

Leaving the Castle

Looks like a theatre poster for an old Cecil B DeMille movie with the text removed. Is that Charton Heston walking? TG

By: bouic

Eye Contact by johnriley1uk

Eye Contact

Ahhhhh; Googlly eyes. So that's where Google got it's name...eh? Unlimited charm here. SUPER image! TG

By: johnriley1uk

Untitled by Fabiola


Seems like a flamenco dancer. Very trim and healthy. TG

By: Fabiola

Mandurah Inlet. by WesternRed

Mandurah Inlet.

A classic composition with 1938 parchment so gracefully aged. TG

By: WesternRed

On the Hunt by Hermanus

On the Hunt

Wow! So clearly this tiger is on the hunt. Could not be better 'said'. TG

By: Hermanus

WITH MARKED INDIFFERENCE by youmightlikethis


Yes, I do like this!! Could not be better stated. V1 for the magazine coverage and V2 for newsprint. A classic snip of 'today'. TG

By: youmightlikethis

Portrait in profile by rgg

Portrait in profile

Done in the style of Gainborough without lifting a single brush. Back against the frame....Perfect! TG

By: rgg

The Wacky Shack by f4fwildcat

The Wacky Shack

True creative American art. Very worthy of a permanent record. Wild and wooly yet one of a series. What a project that could make. A coffee table history of carnival 'playlands' . Playland...That's what they call it in Vancouver British Columbia where I recall quite a few very dated rambleshacks like the house of horrors. Good to see this. TG

By: f4fwildcat

Just Looking. by Mollycat

Just Looking.

Very clever Peter, yet I admit to a little suspicion. Walking girl and two boys seem original. Then backlit running girl and bike rider
seem like added sporting interests. Running girl would normally be smaller than the two boys. She is further back. Same with bike rider. Just a nutty theory on my part Peter. Please forgive me. I like your efforts and I take the time to analyze. TG

By: Mollycat

JEEP by kojack


Say, that's the way ye do it! Looks smashingly good. TG

By: kojack

Mans best friend(except when driving a car). by brandish

Mans best friend(except when driving a car).

Delightful! First the honey vintage wheels and then the warm and friendly four legger. TG

By: brandish

Best Friends by Daisymaye

Best Friends

The loyalty of pals. Powerfully stated in this warm image. TG

By: Daisymaye

Two by johnriley1uk


Only 45mm. You have to be careful when that close. You could get details swamping. Wonderful image with perfect composition. TG

By: johnriley1uk

Pride..In the Name of Love. by Buffalo_Tom

Pride..In the Name of Love.

A little working here but no matter as the result is excellent! TG

By: Buffalo_Tom

In the Langstrath valley by whatriveristhis

In the Langstrath valley

In the style of Ansel and Weston...eh? TG

By: whatriveristhis

Andrew by K4RL


Excellent! A Master manipulater who controls a band of pick - pocket Chimney sweeps. TG

By: K4RL

Landing by gary_d


Just a hair of preference for this landed on perch over the approaching the perch image. Both are top notch in any case. TG

By: gary_d

Power Walker by Brian_Scott

Power Walker

As Charles said above. This is as good as it gets. TG

By: Brian_Scott

good hair day bad hair day by wayne65

good hair day bad hair day

Seems to me that you have pixel picking perfect detail at the far end of your 55 - 300 lens. Can you take the 500mm lens on trial / loan? I have a 500mm Sigma that seems to work well enough but I seldom use it.
A Tamron 1.4X t. converter with my 70 - 300 lens is lighter and more handy to use and results are as good
or better than the 500. mm. A long winded compliment for these two fine images ...eh? TG

By: wayne65

Mopani Worm by JerryMort

Mopani Worm

Another first for my senior eyes. Variety is endless and this is just super! TG

By: JerryMort

Give Me A Piece Of Your Heart............ by NaturesHaven

Give Me A Piece Of Your Heart............

Super emotions make the most interesting images. The perch and the detailed back pattern fill out this action photo. TG

By: NaturesHaven

Blast from the past. by fotobee

Blast from the past.

A gripping story behind the Opel workhorse. Always nice to see a flashback, especially with this narrative to go with it. TG

By: fotobee

Jays on Cannock Chase by DerekL

Jays on Cannock Chase

Gotta take you over the top for these. A pleasing collection. TG

By: DerekL

Fish Boat Docking by tonyguitar

Fish Boat Docking

Yes Mick. An ex-fish boat now only used for local cruising. I have also had my fill of fishing for now. Still could
do a little spin fishing in local lakes though. Thanks for support on this routine photo. TG

By: tonyguitar

Who shoot Stuart  (Silly Sunday) by ugly

Who shoot Stuart (Silly Sunday)

So well done. nothing supporting the arrow. The EXIF seems odd as well. High ISO, open lens at 1/125 and the image looks fine? I'm such a greenhorn. TG

By: ugly

The Princess Sleeps Here by Daisymaye

The Princess Sleeps Here

I wish I had her guitar fingers. One Spanish, classical or nylon string guitar can be a refreshing break from steel strings. Nice to alternate between the two guitar types. I see ' application ' here. It's not easy at first, but oh so worthwhile when time passes. TG

By: Daisymaye

Steam at the Station by McHone20

Steam at the Station

That's the way I remember them as a kid. Bearing down with smoke, steam, acrid stink, ground shaking excessive noises and paying fond full attention as if to some sort of hero. Wow! TG

By: McHone20

the warrieor by STUARTHILL758

the warrieor

Better than real life really. Here everything is in focus. Pleasing composition. TG