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2 masters of their art combined to create a simple but superb image.
By: A Booth
What a delightful church.
Last Light on Generals Quay
Outstanding image Jim, great colours.
Another shot of the Silverback Gorilla at Port Lympne Zoo
Worth the 3 hours of wait. I don't have the stamina to wait that long. Well done
feeding the birds
Is this Dubrovnik?
Mari another stunning image. Do you use filters such as 10 stop lee?
Very clever. Well positioned to get good light
someone lived here
I prefer v2.
It is a good photo of showing London is booming with all the cranes in the background
glacier national park
Is this Canada?
Chucky comes to mind
Low Tide on Downhill Strand
Love the snake type sand lines
RAINED AFF 2
No 3 well spotted.
This should make a nice picture on the wall. But I think a bit of crop at bottom will benefit the image.
A great city, And well captured
I Am Trying to Eat do You Mind
Its not focused
Turn the key..
Good idea, well executed.
I think the B@W treatment works very well here.
GT & GTs
Love no 3 with the rain drops. But all are fantastic
Coming and Going
I would have to see a person in the foreground standing or sitting
We three king's of the beach!
The bark Brothers
Busking for Shoes
I think you miss focused. It looks like the blue door is in focus.
I love the facial expressions and the B&W treatment.
I hate this feckin car. My 1st was a red one & it gee grief for 3 years until I took it the scrap yard with immense satisfaction.
Good image though sorry about the rant.
Fading Light on Groomsport Bay
The diya makers plunging into darkness.
It is sign of the times, just as ion churches they electric candles, you put the money into a slot & switch the candle.
Jim you are looking well, retirement is good for I wish I could retire too
Excellent lighting technic.
Is this from this winter, because it's been mild here in Ireland. I love the gold colours in the water.
And mobile phone