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Dull galleries?

TheViking 13 115 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2009 1:31PM

Quote:Surely your space suit would work as a reflector, what more do you want?!

Dont need a space suit ... if you came round my house on curry night you would be used to breathing methane
NickParry 15 1.0k 79 Wales
21 Oct 2009 2:03PM
We live in an age where mediocrity is celebrated, and accepted by the masses.

Be inspired, inspire others.

As has been stated, the world outside your front door holds many interesting and spectacular forms of inspiration and subject matter.

To be inspired you need to see the world around you in a new light.

Visit galleries, read books, look at the past, look at the present and envisage the future.

Following a crowd will lead you to mediocrity.

Nick Smile
riprap007 16 1.6k 37 England
21 Oct 2009 2:37PM

Following a crowd will lead you to mediocrity.

You've been to Anfield too then Wink
NickParry 15 1.0k 79 Wales
21 Oct 2009 2:53PM
I trained at Anfield LOL (true, well as a teacher back in the 90s. Anfield Community Comp ... opposite Anfield ...)

I prefer the blue army of Cardiff LOL Smile

Nick Smile
HPalin 13 30 Finland
21 Oct 2009 4:46PM

Quote: ... the more interesting work doesn't always make for an alluring thumbnail, and that can mean work getting passed over.
I don't know if it's possible already, but I think the option to have larger thumbnails in the galleries would be no bad thing.

You don't have to browse only via thumbnails. Click one thumbnail and then browse using back/forward buttons. That way you can see all normal size pics.
Fishnet 16 5.0k 5 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2009 7:07PM
One person's boring is another person's pant wetting exciting.

It's all relative.

Now chill out people and upload and look at whatever excites YOU.


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