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16/08/2015 - 3:01 AM

Please Help me

KatieMariePhotosSo for my portfolio i have to edit the iptc and i need the common and scientific name of this flower but i got this shot whilst i was lost and i think its a wild flower so i dont know the names, so if anyone knows would you be amazing and let me know :D the flower is the last one i've uploaded on m...

Dave_Henderson.... around the lakeside park. Came across a forest of this stuff. No idea what it is but it doesn't half attract butterflies. A bit further along I noticed some teasle that had started to flower. A few hundred yards ahead I stopped for a breather at the car park ........ ...

01/07/2012 - 8:28 AM

Week 26 of my 52

topsyrmA benchmark week, half way through the challenge. I spotted this on Wednesday so the pressure was then off. As always, comments welcome.

24/10/2011 - 11:38 AM

38/365 Hunter Gatherer

Pixel_AlchemistToday's image is one of those ones I am rather pleased with. As for me, it ticked a number of boxes. I was also inspired to try a monochrome floral photograph ( this is an infra-red conversion) by seeing the work of Ron Clifford a fellow 365'er over on Google+ and his monochrome floral photography ...

07/07/2011 - 7:11 PM

Photo365 - 188 - green

PetePart four of my rainbow theme within the photo365 project is Green. You can't fail with nature. Here's the bud of a flower still looking green against a background of leaves. It's taken with the Pentax K5 and 100mm macro lens

07/03/2011 - 10:27 PM

Flower photography

liannaOk, so blog number two... not sure how successful these are going to be but he who does not try..... and all that jazz.... I have spent many an hour looking through shots in the photography gallery thinking, now thats a cool shot, i like that angle, wow that detail is superb... bla bla... and one...

11/05/2010 - 10:18 AM


RebelZWSO, I watched YES MAN (movie) the other day, and as silly as it sounds it has inspired me to take every day as a new day. So my life has "started" yesterday, a new image everyday, just to capture my life and surroundings. So that in 50 years time I have a time line of everything I have in ...

24/08/2008 - 9:02 PM

"Fear of Failure"

conrad"You must have a lot of patience" is something that wildlife photographer Steve Bloom hears a lot, he says. But he doesn't think he's that patient a man - although he does wait for the right shot for a long, long time, sometimes. Take this shot of a shark jumping out of the water to ca...

conradNot my words, as you'll understand from the quotation marks, but those of a professional photographer: Steve Bloom. I'm the latest convert to his work. All thanks to an outdoor exhibition of huge prints of his work in a park in Stavanger. They were also showing a film with excerpts from an interv...