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Welcome to some of my views. Always looking for a chance to wander with my e-box brownie! Being a microscopist tend to look for the bigger views on life but marvel at the high standard the members submit here - certainly aspirational. Thank you all.
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  • Dukkiwukkidoodah

    How much did your model charge - just wondered how much the bill was ? Wink

    Great portrait and nice detail.

    (Always enjoy your titles too!)

    • 10 Mar 2012 12:11PM
  • Dig this?

    Thanks Rob
    • 10 Oct 2010 11:14PM
  • Soft pussy ...... cat

    I'm not sure about needing more dof - his eyes and nose look sharp which is what your eyes track to - the other bits out of focus shows the depth and adds to his fuzzy hair do! Talking of which, he looks like he's having a bad fur day!!
    Moody cat shot - nice one.
    • 29 Mar 2010 1:01AM
  • Snowy drops

    Good cheery crop of snowdrops - look at that mucky one at the back - poor thing looks a bit worse for wear!
    • 29 Mar 2010 12:58AM
  • Petal power

    Good formation and a good crop (photo crop that is!)
    Reaaly punchy pic - nice one!
    • 29 Mar 2010 12:56AM
  • graveyard with atmosphere

    Those trees and tombstones encircling the church set the frame well - and that fog - great atmosphere!
    • 9 Feb 2010 11:39PM
  • Tri-colours Tree

    Thanks - the elephant was useful as it used its trunk to shade my super-wide angle which is a bugger for getting glare on it.

    The nature reserve was on the stunning Dunhamgetti, at the foot of the majestic Mancunicum Penninenia mountains. You have to pick your times to be in the park due to the irratic and unpredictable migrations of homo-sapiens and their new borns - the noise and behaviour is remarkable and at times intimidating.

    You are very welcome to join me on my next expedition!
    • 2 Jan 2010 3:22PM

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