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Bowline

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...
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  • Oil Rape Seed At Dusk

    Nice, contrasty image Billy. Some delicate tones in the sky too. Nice one.
    Click!
    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
    AJW
    • 10 Mar 2011 12:37PM
  • Laura

    Love this portrait. Great look in the eyes.
    Click!

    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!

    regards
    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.
    Alex
    Smile
    • 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'.
    Click!

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

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

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

    I remember these!
    Nostalgic and nice to see.

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

    Click!
    A
  • 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
    AJ
    • Posted on Sezz's profile
    • 4 Mar 2009 8:56AM
  • Well Alan,
    You have a good 'crop' of models for sure. Lovely work!
    AJ
    • 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.
    Regards
    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.
    Alex
  • 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!
    Alex
    • 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.
    Alex