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  • Avatar : KatieMariePhotos

    New Camera

    I aint wrote on here in a while but i've actually just bought a new DSLR which is the Nikon D3200 anyone know if its any good or not ? . Since i started doing Photography i have been using bridge cameras so this is a big step for me. I will be going ...

  • Avatar : ZoeKemp

    British flowers wild and Garden variety

    Hydrangea Aquilegias (Granny Bonnets, Columbines) Forget me knot Forget me knot Butterfly Bluebells Wild flower Tulip Wild garlic These smell great Hawthorne ...

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    • Posted by : ZoeKemp
    •  17 May 2014 4:11PM
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  • Avatar : ZoeKemp

    British bugs and Insects found in my Garden

    Cockchafer also known as the Maybug Cockchafer (Maybug) in a tree Ant on buttercup common soldier beetle some sort of ladybird or leaf beetle Orange ladybird. they have orange shells with white spot. one...

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    • Posted by : ZoeKemp
    •  17 May 2014 1:17PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Rather Large

    I hate the weather in autumn, but we do see some wonderful-looking things around us, don't we. I know it all turns into a dirty mess in the end, but all those coloured leaves are great - for a while. And don't you just love all the mushrooms everywhe...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  8 Nov 2013 2:33PM
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  • Avatar : Pete

    Buzz

    I spent a few minutes photographing bees today with the Olympus OM-D and 60mm macro. I really like the lens's internal focusing with large manual focusing ring. Although I found it easier with these bees to set the ratio I wanted (1:2 here) and move ...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  4 Sep 2013 11:50PM
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  • Avatar : KatieMariePhotos

    i kinda got a job

    So i went to italia vogue website and noticed they have a photo section for photographers , its called photovogue so i entered a photo and they liked it and i had an email back inviting me to send photos to them and they will sell them on there site ...

  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Watch Parts

    Another idea I had today with a different composition.... Looks like a fountain this time. If I get any other rush to the brain, it'll be put into practice. I don't think there can be many more permutations ...... watch (pardon the pun) this space. ...

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  • Avatar : photographydo

    How to make Travel Photos, while being at home.

    DO YOU WANT TO GO ON A JOURNEY? But one without all the problems like a jetlag? But also one in which you still have the travel "feeling"? Well, than you're at the right blog! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ...

  • Avatar : ZoeKemp

    Finding Natural Abstract

    You would be surprised at where you can find a abstract made by nature. I found these abstracts (click blue writing to find more photographs natural abstracts ) while out walking with my Dog. they are all captured in frozen muddy puddles. the ice...

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    • Posted by : ZoeKemp
    •  16 Jan 2013 3:30PM
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  • Avatar : Leilani

    Getting Down And Dirty

    Oh please take your mind out of the trash! I recently added a new category called ďGetting Down and DirtyĒ to my website. This by know means, means I have veered off into the land of pornography Ė sorry to disappoint. :) One of the things I lo...

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    • Posted by : Leilani
    •  26 Jul 2012 1:33AM
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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 211: A reason to exercise caution

    This was the only photograph I took today, and it really reminded me of a glass sheet hologram that I gave to my dad one fatherís day. However, part of the reason for that can be seen in the petal in the rear left of the photograph. If you look ...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 204: Da-dumÖDa-dumÖ.

    Iíve been working some pretty long hours since I started my new placement, so Iíve had to be creative today. I didnít realise we had so many serrated knives. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 270mm; ISO 200; F/9; 1/160s. VC on.

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 198: Tokens of a former life

    This is a collection of some the State quarters that I accumulated before leaving the US a few years ago. Unfortunately there were another ten circulated after I left, so Iíve not got the full set. However, I do have one for each of the eleven stat...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 185: Crab Spider

    This little fellow (and he was small, as youíll see if you skip forward a bit) was trucking across the floor of my home today. I relocated him to the sink to see just how close I could get, sticking a +3 dioptre on to the front of the lens, and ...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 182: Snowdrops

    With the first signs of warmer weather now starting to appear, I decided to photograph some of the local flora. There was a large clump of these snowdrops just by the road outside Wentworth, apparently in their prime. Iíve cross-processed this s...

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