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tonyguitar's Gallery Comments

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Whitey Dance by tonyguitar

Whitey Dance

Funny how he bounced around for a bit there. Thanks for clicking. TG

By: tonyguitar

'Scrappy' Chopper  :-) by Shaji84

'Scrappy' Chopper :-)

Clever! A bearing race makes a super front wheel. You did everything right as well. This could be ' commercial product' photography. The various sheens all over the bike look great. TG

By: Shaji84

Wonder where he works out!! by Shaji84

Wonder where he works out!!

Mr. steam roller. He certainly is heavy duty. You have lots of good detail here too. TG

By: Shaji84

Peek-a-boo! by Shaji84

Peek-a-boo!

Better keep that Olympus. Gives you way more than your money's worth. The detail looks like a costly Leica lens.
This photo makes one spend some time looking it over carefully. Very different. TG

By: Shaji84

Canal Basin Rochdale Canal Hebden Bridge by iangilmour

Canal Basin Rochdale Canal Hebden Bridge

Inviting shorelines to explore with one's rooftop Kayak. TG

By: iangilmour

Golden sunrise by Bigred

Golden sunrise

No need for an old boat here. The rich texture across the rocks makes for an absorbing subject. TG

By: Bigred

Dragonfly by jmu

Dragonfly

Well, this is just one of the finest dragonfly portraits ever because you are looking eye to eye and not looking down
on him as I usually find them. Diagonal tail to the corner is perfect composition too. A real Winner!! TG

By: jmu

The Long and Winding Road by RLF

The Long and Winding Road

A Grimm's fairytale scene. Magic! TG

By: RLF

What's Dat? by Daisymaye

What's Dat?

Inspiring precious moment in time. Make many copies as the value increases quickly over the years. TG

By: Daisymaye

Garden in the Rainstorm by nonur

Garden in the Rainstorm

Cultured grounds in a crude and wild squall. Fine composition under all that duress. TG

By: nonur

alindahaw by MaliJohn

alindahaw

Backlighting enhances the delicacy of the wings and a different pose than the usual. Very pleasing! TG

By: MaliJohn

A Surprise by taggart

A Surprise

I too have found a tiny surprise... a tiny bloom in the wild from time to time. It is always a true pleasure. You embellished this gift with good composition. A real beauty. TG

By: taggart

Ganpati visargn by 781969

Ganpati visargn

Great Colour and Great Culture go so well together. TG

By: 781969

last kiss by ivhenx

last kiss

Excellent. Off center the way it should be. Well done! TG

By: ivhenx

the valley of death by peekay2001

the valley of death

The diagonal web, the BG. Everything is working for you here. Couldn't be better. TG

By: peekay2001

Flyin' eyes by tonyguitar

Flyin' eyes

Thanks for this minimum macro moment. Right Shaji.... I do have a bright 200mm Minolta macro lens. Wonder what a Minolta to Canon adapter would cost. Must not procrastinate. TG

By: tonyguitar

Goddess Durga and my wife... by debu

Goddess Durga and my wife...

A deep and rich culture. Fine fabrics and classic robes. You have it all Debu. In Canada we have the beaver, maple syrup and shopping bags. TG

By: debu

The Not Forgotten Association Concert Party by NDODS

The Not Forgotten Association Concert Party

This poster [ V1], stirs up a mess of memories. It has been featured in the Saturday evening Post in the 1940's. Also it was used by the Player's cigarette brand in the past. My parents were smokers. The reason why I never used smokes. V4 suggests Robbie Burns. V2 is probably Spanish garb but reminds me of a North American fellow who enjoyed social circles in London as a visiting Native Chief from Canada. Turns out he was not native at all but did play the part for some time...then vanished. TG

By: NDODS

Chester. by michaelfox

Chester.

This reminds me of the pubs and steam clock in Gastown. A downtown district in Vancouver B.C. Canada.
The original man of Gastown was Gassy Jack and I suspect Gassy Jack's pub still serves the thirsty today. TG

By: michaelfox

Taking on Fuel... by NDODS

Taking on Fuel...

Nothing like full frame for impact...eh Nathan? TG

By: NDODS

Loved by NDODS

Loved

Everybody was very young once. So this super composition means something to most of us. TG

By: NDODS

Bedroom eye... by debu

Bedroom eye...

You live in the land of colour, Debu and you present everything with an expert's touch. Breathtaking! TG

By: debu

Summer in Maine # 34 by handlerstudio

Summer in Maine # 34

What a beauty this is and your presentation is just right...Easily over the basic 30 votes. TG

By: handlerstudio

Osprey by RomanyBill

Osprey

Everything at the best possible angle even the lovely fish colouring comes through. TG

By: RomanyBill

First attempt of milkway by Dalejackson

First attempt of milkway

I like this one as well, though not as much as the light house. TG

By: Dalejackson

lighting the heavens by illuvator

lighting the heavens

Wonderful end result in a true art creation. Dramatic and so pleasing. TG

By: illuvator

a light in the dark by ger mac

a light in the dark

Sublime! TG

By: ger mac

The way he found her by HelenaJ

The way he found her

Theatrical! TG

By: HelenaJ

Temptation by customizer36

Temptation

Loads of sensual appeal and so tasteful as well. This image of yours delivers just as you intended. Nice! TG

By: customizer36

The Right to Bear Arms by Bogwoppett

The Right to Bear Arms

So serious... I'll pose for you, but no monkey business! TG

By: Bogwoppett