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tonyguitar's Gallery Comments
Your U. K. robin is the ideal ambassador for extending Christmas good cheer. Makes a perfect card. Hope busy things all go well for you over Christmas and new year. TG Tony
The fit and finish of these cast off vehicles suggests a rich throw-away economy like we have here in B.C. Canada. In Cuba, many of these would be refurbished and put back on the road again. The red focal point helps make this a good image. I wonder where in the UK this is. TG
A good image taken in a dark setting Nathan. Not only the same as I have seen here with those back ridges and all, but also for all the fun comments you generate. Don't be kissing this one. I fell for that suggestion once and no princess, but warts instead. Enjoy the season. Indulge in some brandy beans or something decadent like that. Tony
A fine composition. Looks great with that classic three master in the foreground and the perfect light too. TG
Forgetful? Well maybe, but you seem to be creative enough. These night time images are very good. I like this one a lot. Should get out and take some more of these myself. Enjoyed looking through your portfolio on ePhotozine here. Being long in the tooth. I forget things too. Its a part of the old guys club. TG
What an ideal place for Putin, Harper and Obama to meet and settle Putin's border stomping habits. Seriously, it's great discovering places like this. Looked over two or three mine living sites here in B.C. while exploring with trail bikes. Discovered beautiful coloured ore samples in slag piles. Great memories from your interesting image here. TG
Monks know what is important in life. So do I. I feed dogfood kibbles to gulls and seabirds and they become friendly. Now I just point the lens out of the van window. So handy during black stormy weather like today. EXCELLENT B&W image of these wise monks and their spirit enriching generosity. TG
A nice warm Christmas card Johanna. A little risky yet warm enough to replace a fireplace photo. Thick clouds and stormy weather here on Vancouver Island. Regardless, I stuck the lens out of my van side window by the beach and caught a merganser. Ordinary enough, yet I never thought anything would show up in the camera at all today. Surprised me. TG
Your image is recognized here as excellent. Also, in the video of delightful Christmas music voices, I had to go back and stop at the snowy scene with warm house lights aglow. That image looks like a Kreighoff painting it is also a beauty like your fine interior scene. Information is so interesting as well. TG