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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-209

    I bought a new shell at the weekend, I think though that this one would look better on white so the next purchase is likely to be a sheet of white perspex.

  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 162 - Balloon

    I noticed this balloon near the house as I got off the bus today. Happily it wasn't going anywhere fast so I grabbed the camera - finally found the long lens and took a snap or two from the garden. These balloons go up from the Racecourse and ...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Art For Art's Sake

    Every two weeks I take my 86-year-old Aunt into Manchester so she can do her shopping at M&S. While she does that I have Photo Play Time around the city. Today I was at Manchester Art Gallery with the Pentax Q and its Fish-eye lens. Great fun and ...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    From Times of Yore to Lenses Galore

    I was reflecting on how the average amateur kit has changed over the years. Before my time, we were lucky to have an SLR at all, but if we did it was likely that we had at most 35mm, 50mm and 135mm lenses. When I first became involved with photograph...

    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  26 Mar 2012 11:31PM
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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-208

    I found these two delightful ladies tucked away in the bushes at the Woodvale cemetery. Processed in Snapseed.

  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 162 - Red

    Another unsuccessful session this evening - ok, it was a very short session as I've still got loads of stuff to get done but hey ho. I must stop trying and just accept the fact that it's going to be a bit over 2 weeks before I can find the time to d...

    • Posted by : cattyal
    •  26 Mar 2012 8:18PM
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  • Avatar : POOCHIE

    Editors Choice & Picture of the week

    Wow what a week HC & EC and picture of the week awarded to my images on ephotozine plus the prize for picture of the week a new website. Not sure what I'll do with the website as I already have my own but I'll perhaps dedicate it to something specif...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 161 - Butterfly

    I've been framing pics most of the day - well ok I did have to step out into the garden a few times to enjoy the sunshine - I can't stay indoors all day when the sun is shining. No 'serious' photos taken again today - a bit of butterfly chasing - ...

    • Posted by : cattyal
    •  25 Mar 2012 9:13PM
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  • Avatar : Tandberg

    Whats been Happening of late well the last year an

    Ah its been AGES since i had the camera in hand and i aint missed it much The reason is i wanted to get my Motorbike licence as i had put it off since i was a teen and thought i'd do it now before i regret it. So i did it and got a bike and i have...

    • Posted by : Tandberg
    •  25 Mar 2012 8:37PM
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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-207

    Single Tulip in a small glass vase.

  • Avatar : AlexandraSD

    no evidence of psychosis

    As some of you know, i went to my GP in december and told him about my gender identity issues, since then things have really moved apace, so swiftly. In feb i had to see a social worker, who then referred me to a psychiatrist, which happened last ...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Ted and the Anderton Boat Lift

    Yesterday I went with Sue to have a look at the Anderton Boat Lift. It's about ten years since we were there last. This time, instead of the usual rain and mist we were treated to a gorgeous summery day. We also met Ted whilst were having a coffee. ...

    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  25 Mar 2012 10:32AM
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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 160 - Daisy

    I like this little daisy by my path - I've photographed it before and probably will again - just because it's there. No photographic masterpieces today however - a busy day of popping into town this morning - ok, a little reading in the sunshine -...

    • Posted by : cattyal
    •  24 Mar 2012 8:56PM
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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-206

    Taken using the Triggersmart system in infrared trigger mode that made it relatively easy to get a droplet image. The main problem was time and space and my Heath Robinson set up for the drop delivery system. The biggest learning part though was the...

  • Avatar : topsyrm

    Week 12 of my 52

    Great light this Monday on the bank of Chesil Fleet, an early result is always welcome. As always comments welcome.

    • Posted by : topsyrm
    •  24 Mar 2012 5:17PM
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