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19Grumpah42

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  • Mexican Shell Flower by 19Grumpah42

    I found it very difficult to photograph these flowers, the symmetry seemed to be too complex for my camera (ha!). I'm not totally convinced by this effort, but it does seem to show that they are rather strange-looking flowers. --G
    • 1 Dec 2010 11:28PM
  • cyclamen by chrissd

    Not as many as you usually get, so I thought I would have a look. Very elegant, a captivating profile!
    --G
    • 5 Mar 2007 7:01PM
  • Fiddien valley by KingArthur

    A caotivating shot! For me, this has a surreal, almost 'toasted' feel to it which I find most compelling, somehow reassuring but somehow alien too. The lighting, I guess.
    --G
    • 23 Feb 2007 10:12PM
  • Old by chrisw

    Beautiful composition and I especially like the condition of the 'old copper plate'. The framework is spot on.
    --G
    • 22 Feb 2007 5:27AM
  • Unknown by Misteree

    You've given us a cracking good shot of a particularly colourful Hibiscus, mine look like wimps compared with this one. You should sell it!
    --G
    • 22 Feb 2007 4:25AM
  • Fiery patterns by oldgreyheron

    This makes a nice, discrete presentation because the exposure was fairly short. If you used a 5-10" exposure you would get much longer, complete arcs, which can be overwhelming. There is camera shake here: when you move the camera with fireworks it does not blurr them (they are moving across the image field plenty fast enough,) it just offsets or twists the continuing track. You can see the kinks in some of your tracks.
    --G
    • 21 Feb 2007 4:58PM
  • Misty Fields by PaulY

    I think I see Harry Potter running for his life across that small triangular field. Magic! Thanks for going up in the dread balloon so you could show us this.
    --G
    • 20 Feb 2007 3:17AM

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  • Posted on danbrann's profile

    What a dynamic, opportunistic PF; they're all interesting, well worth browsing one at a time. You have a clear eye for action and importance.
    --G
    • 19 Apr 2007 12:17AM
  • Posted on GarethRobinson's profile

    the images in your PF have a clarity and incisiveness which dazzles the eye; very outstanding. Does it not rain in Northern Ireland? (just joking!)
    --G
    • 30 Mar 2007 1:00AM
  • Posted on LisaRose's profile

    What a glorious story in pastels you paint. I'm overwhelmed by the volume and richness shown in your PF. It will take me a while to embrace all of this! Very nice indeed.
    --G
    • 8 Feb 2007 1:50AM
  • Posted on una's profile

    You do amazingly beautiful things with your flowers! Please do not stop.
    --G
    • 23 Mar 2007 6:24AM
  • Posted on chrissd's profile

    What a staggering collection of pictures, I hardly dare diminish them by calling them mere photographs. Your productivity in this particular art form is amazing, and to all our advantage.
    --G
    • 28 Mar 2007 1:30AM
  • Posted on chrissd's profile

    Your floral portraits have a delicacy and empathy which consistently blows me away, as if you had personally nurtured each one from the day they were born to full adulthood. I mark you as my reference point for defining the spirit of any flower.
    --G
    • 3 Feb 2007 2:49AM

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