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Brahimny Kites in Flight by NeilSchofield

Brahimny Kites in Flight

A good series. I remember these being everywhere in Kerala last year.

By: NeilSchofield

Polar Bear in his environment by rontear

Polar Bear in his environment

Another super find Ron. I particularly like the glint in its eye.

By: rontear

Shadows of terror by rontear

Shadows of terror

Very apposite Ron.

By: rontear

Iced Lodge Pole Pines by rontear

Iced Lodge Pole Pines

Not infrared then RonGrin

By: rontear

Avenue of Beeches by rontear

Avenue of Beeches

I thought, "Hello, Ron's got his own microclimate with snow!" Grin The IR treatment really works well.

By: rontear

Now look in men... by NDODS

Now look in men...

An excellent series Nathan. Thanks so much for sharing.


Seeking the Light by woolybill1

Seeking the Light

Well captured. Of course the miners ended up doing the dangerous job of tunnelling under German lines and mining them. Not only was the tunnelling physically hard they had to contend with Germans counter tunnelling. It's only when you see the craters on the Ypres Salient that you begin to realise the enormity of what they were involved in.

By: woolybill1

A fishing lesson from mother. by Paulbee

A fishing lesson from mother.

Excellent, I'd love to see it.

By: Paulbee

Lest we forget. by tedtoop

Lest we forget.

It is always sobering to stand before a grave and think how far from home these men were.
We took my Mother-in-Law to see her brother's grave at the CWG in Sydney at the time of her 80th birthday. The poor man drowned in 1945 and in 2004 she, at last, was the first from her family to be able to visit his grave, something she never thought the would be able to do. I'll never forget the emotion of that reunion.
My Canadian cousin and I plan to visit the site of our great uncle's death on 17th March 1917, and though I know to within a few hundred yards where he died we will not have a grave, only a name on a wall.

By: tedtoop

A Farmer's Tribute by MalcolmM

A Farmer's Tribute

Good for him and well captured.

By: MalcolmM

Anthem for Doomed Youth by JN_CHATELAIN_PHOTOGRAPHY

Anthem for Doomed Youth

How wonderful it is to have a record of your grandfather. It is doubly sad to see one grave so well remembered and others barely marked. My great uncle was killed on 17th March 1917 and has no known grave.


Jump for joy! by dudler

Jump for joy!

Very nice, but Vic would have got down low and posed her against the sky. I remember him well and reading his column each week in my Dad's AP. Cor doesn't that age meGrin

By: dudler

splash by senn


A very fine shot indeed. I like the simplicity, the positioning of the gull on the third and the way the autumn colours are portrayed.

By: senn

Persecution by rontear


Very powerful Ron. It is amazing ow many ways that we humans can isolate and persecute others.

By: rontear

Spirit Bear Fishing by rontear

Spirit Bear Fishing

I'm extremely jealous! I don't really have a bucket list, but this is top of it!

By: rontear

White Elephant by HenB

White Elephant

Well worth the wait. Superbly caught.

By: HenB

autumn round up by Satiny

autumn round up

Well captured and I love the lead through to the dog and figure behind

By: Satiny

Is it a fish? by alansnap

Is it a fish?

It certainly does PrakashGrin

By: alansnap

swans in flight by chainshot

swans in flight

Excellent composition. The next decent day there is I must head over to Martinmere where there will be thousands of these Whooper Swans to see.

By: chainshot

Dune Run by JohnnyGraham

Dune Run

Were they certified on return? Grin A lovely shot, and it would be great to see some more.

By: JohnnyGraham

Windy Bells by chris-p

Windy Bells

Both lovely shots, V1 is really dramatic.

By: chris-p

Joy of Colours by rontear

Joy of Colours

No lens changes then Ron? Grin I really must get to a Holi event sometime.

By: rontear

Foggy Morning by Rookery

Foggy Morning

A lovely shot. On Monday it was foggy at home, but I went walking over at Pendle Hill and the weather was perfect - walking in teeshirts in November is so unusual.Smile

By: Rookery

Never mind the art look at the picture by alansnap

Never mind the art look at the picture

Quote: These are wonderful depictions of the oilfield Nodding Donkeys

These definitely look like the nodding donkeys, but I think they're meant to represent the cranes that used to nod their heads all through the Port of London.

By: alansnap

Stanley Park, Vancouver by pdunstan_Greymoon

Stanley Park, Vancouver

I'm envious that you have the glories of Stanley Park available to you at this time of year. I saw the shot and thought, "I recognise that footpath and boathouse." We were there in June and it was beautiful then too.

By: pdunstan_Greymoon

A walk among the ancestors by mrswoolybill

A walk among the ancestors

Great shot Moira. The way you've managed to isolate the skull amongst all the long bones is excellent. The matter anatomist in me thinks these people died young - there's little evidence of joint war on those bonesSmile

By: mrswoolybill

Decisions, decisions by woolybill1

Decisions, decisions

Well done for capturing as much as you did. V1 reminds me of a shot I took on the Thams shore in September of the contortions people get into to take photos.Smile

By: woolybill1

Cascade by mickmarra


Excellent treatment.

By: mickmarra

No Hurry, Japanese Macaque's by rontear

No Hurry, Japanese Macaque's

A fabulous expression Ron. Keep them coming.

By: rontear

Erg Chebbi, Western Sahara, Morocco Camel trek, Part 4 by brian17302

Erg Chebbi, Western Sahara, Morocco Camel trek, Part 4

Lovely light and colours Brian. I said it before - I'm jealous!

By: brian17302