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Thanks for pausing at my wee collection of images. I'm always learning so all comments and criticisms are very welcome. Smile
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  • Gloaming by almiles

    Ben Rhinnes is the lonely mountain looming over Moray but the beautiful post-sunset display lends it a more Mt Fuji in cherry blossom feel.
    • 24 Feb 2018 12:58PM
  • Through a Shelter Window by Aveeno

    Makes you think.
    • 28 Jan 2018 6:41AM
  • Godrevy Towans by Steve-T

    That's an artfully crafted composition which keeps the viewer looking.
    • 13 Jan 2018 12:36PM
  • Japan by whatriveristhis

    Beautifully proportioned and absorbing.
    • 13 Jan 2018 12:12PM
  • Etched in Oak by almiles

    Quote:Your long wait for the right conditions has paid off handsomely with this fine silhouette against the misty b/g.
    A very striking image.

    Thanks Ronnie. Smile
    • 10 Jan 2018 6:38PM
  • Beacons View by Alan_Coles

    Beautifully balanced, lovely restrained palette and I love the use of empty sky to balance the snow at in the foreground.
    • 10 Jan 2018 12:00PM
  • Snow Fields by DicksPics

    I really like the controlled chaos of branches in tree and hedge framing the snow-smoothed fields beyond. The trunk is nicely balanced and my eyes are repeatedly drawn to the tree branches; they reach like a root system in the sky and speak to me of the dormant life hidden under the snowy blanket.
    • 13 Dec 2017 5:08PM
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  • Posted on: Canon announces EOS 5DS and 5DS R

    Finally Canon catches up and leapfrogs ahead in sensor resolution! As a larger printing landscaper I'm grateful and as one on a tight budget at least the price tag is not astronomical. Very excited to see the reviews and how the resolution and dynamic range compare to the 36MP sensors out there.
    • 6 Feb 2015 6:13AM
  • Posted on: Lowepro Launch New Rover Bag Range

    I looked at this a month ago when it was released in the US. Looks like Lowepro's best attempt at a daysack/camera bag yet but the US reviews still point out a couple of flaws: shoulder straps/waistbelt inadequate to carry the pack in comfort when full. The back system still lags behind modern rucksack manufacturers standards. The camera compartment still probably takes up too much space when inserted (for the amount of clothing/emergency gear required in the Scottish Highlands anyway). I think it will be fine for short day trips when you are not expecting conditions to be too extreme and as long as you are not carrying too much gear. Just a shame no camerabag manufacturer can match the standards of comfort and durability of mainstream rucksack manufacturers. F-stop come close but they cost around 300 for an equivalent pack and still have drawbacks to their back system. That's why for the forseeable I will be using a standard 45L rucksack with a zipped sleeping bag compartment to allow front access to my inserted camera kit pods.
    • 7 Nov 2012 9:42PM

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  • Posted on Antz_Photo's profile

    Great portfolio with a range from glamour to fine art. Your lighting and posing are superb. Well done!
    • 9 Feb 2012 11:02AM

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