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I am pleased you chose to view my work. Welcome, and enjoy. I try to keep up with things, but the problem grows for us all with new contacts. If I miss you out, my apologies and I will try harder...
Alex Smile
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  • Oil Rape Seed At Dusk

    Nice, contrasty image Billy. Some delicate tones in the sky too. Nice one.
    Alex. Grin
    • 29 May 2011 7:09AM
  • sint jacobs rups

    Great macro work. Fine example of the 'maggot-with-a-football-jersey-on'; The Cinnabar Moth Tyria jacobaeae

    Used to see these in clusters on ragwort. Ragwort is being eradicated as it poisons cattle, so this species of day-flying moth is getting scarce.
    In case anyone's interested. Grin
    • 10 Mar 2011 12:37PM
  • Laura

    Love this portrait. Great look in the eyes.

    The second version with the brushed eyes, might want the 'whites' toned down a tad. They seem to glare out of the picture.

    As for the knees John, I had mine repaired with hinges and brackets. (Official term - Replacement Joints! Smile)

    Not exactly a walk in the park, but better than the Arthur Righteous!

    Alex Smile
    • 12 Jan 2011 10:38AM
  • Hanging On

    Lovely shot of an old lady. I'd have a go at reclaiming her if I was 30 years younger! Smile

    Nice work Malcolm.
    • 11 Jan 2011 11:35AM
  • Afternoon Snack.

    This is a great macro shot. In my earlier, less enlightened days, I had one of these Dragonflies in my collection. But the colours fade in dead specimens, so it was instrumental in my giving up the hobby.

    Once again a beautiful shot of nature 'at work'.

    Regards Alex Smile
    • 11 Jan 2011 11:28AM
  • Witch's Stone

    Like this idea of using caricatures in a photograph. Lots of possibilities..

    • 11 Jan 2011 11:22AM
  • Getting up Steam

    I remember these!
    Nostalgic and nice to see.

    • 7 Jan 2011 11:45AM
  • Some great shots of these cars. Roll on Formula One 2010!

  • I really admire your 'Stade' shots Sarah, and overall you have a great portfolio. I hope you managed to recover those lost files. I know how it feels, but I got most of mine back. I used 'Photo-Rescue', on the flash-cards in my camera, which was connected direct to the PC. Only the very earliest files had been completely overwritten.
    Best of luck
    • Posted on Sezz's profile
    • 4 Mar 2009 8:56AM
  • Well Alan,
    You have a good 'crop' of models for sure. Lovely work!
    • Posted on A Booth's profile
    • 24 Feb 2009 3:38PM
  • It's difficult to choose a fave from your selection of portraits Jenn. They are all so well taken and they are all such lovely models. Well done to you.
    Alex John Smile The only smilie I know...
    • Posted on JennB's profile
    • 16 Feb 2009 10:11AM
  • Patrick,
    I had forgotten your nick! I took one look at thumbnail for 'The Photographers' and I knew immediately it was your work.

    Gorgeous photography.
  • Cracking P/folio Lou. That church looks familiar. Hopwas? Thanks for your comment on Ironbridge. It isn't the first one I posted, so is it the only one of mine you can see? If so, something's up with EPZ!
    Never knew there was so much I am mssing, not having a good telephoto lens!
    • Posted on Loupix's profile
    • 6 Mar 2007 8:03AM
  • Have to agree with a lot of other people Patrick. Superb portfolio. I am a 'nutter' for bridges, but these days it's getting to them. Just keep them coming, and thanks for your comments too.