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Cuvier's Dwarf Caiman head out of water

Cuvier's Dwarf Caiman head out of water by ugly

Stunning image.
I noticed (not in a negative way) a touch of noise, which for the D3 range is very unusual, however when I see your ISO settings and shutter speed, I have to ask why?
I am always interested in settings and wondered what was the thought behind using this range.
I only ask because I'm interested to learn and improve.
Kindest Regards, Burnsie

A great day out

A great day out by ugly

Click 30 on me, a lovely array of Britishness.
Kindest Regards, Burnsie

blushing hopper

blushing hopper by CarolG

Great pair of shots.
Kindest Regards


Spinnbarkeit by Nigeve1

Super shot, great timing and exposure.

sCOOTing Off

sCOOTing Off by fentiger

Great image.


Beleive by clintnewsham

When I saw the thumb nail I was thinking of the Crosby Stills Nash and Young, "there's a Rose in a fisted glove"
Great image and lighting.
Regards, Burnsie

Red Kite

Red Kite by SteveMackay

Nice capture and without the wing tags, well done.
Regards, Burnsie


Plebland by freewilluk

Sign Language, for the hard of hearing, you understand. What did he just say?Wink


always by kel55

Instantly recognisable as the Tyne, great image, well thought out.

In my tree

In my tree by ugly

Great Image, love the depth of colour and the eyes just suck you in.
Kindest Regards, Burnsie

Brick Rope

Brick Rope by gss

Stunning Architecture. Well seen.
Regards, Burnsie

Who's next?

Who's next? by Spring2bok

This is close action and an incredible image.
always a tough shot and a coin flip as to what lens is best.
The explosive action is well illustrated here.
Regards. Burnsie

a wander through the inula meadow

a wander through the inula meadow by CarolG

Great selection and montage to finish, great light. Pouring with rain here with more on the forecast.
Kindest regards, always. Burnsie

Rethymnon dolphins

Rethymnon dolphins by CarolG

Looks very calm and warm, here its wall to wall rain and more to come this week.
Great shots.
Kindest regards, always. Burnsie

Mumbo jumbo

Mumbo jumbo by ColleenA

WOW, cracking image. She does look relaxed and content.
Kindest regards, always. Burnsie

Sir Thomas Beecham

Sir Thomas Beecham by CarolG

Two crackers, of this efficient eating machine.
Kindest Regards, Burnsie

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Added Date: 19/04/2009 - 7:05 PM

That is a very nice Mirror Carp mate, Respect!


Added Date: 29/11/2008 - 7:16 AM

Top man John, thank you for your sound advice.
I am in the corperate area of the Saracens suport, as my company have supported the Sara's for many years, and therefore restricted with where I take my shots, however I fully understand your reasoning.
Today at Twickenham England must have more attacking options than against SA, however I think first and foremost England will need sound defence work, or the score could be a record breaker.
Kindest Regards


Added Date: 21/09/2008 - 2:46 PM

Jon, I owe you an apology, The Gold Crest is noted as the smallest bird in Europe, I always thought as the wren being this, however.
Thanks for your help. Burnsie


Added Date: 19/09/2008 - 9:19 AM

Carol, I thank you for your kind words, I look forward to using this site and getting feed back on my new found hobby.
Love the pictures you have on display.
Best Regards


Added Date: 19/09/2008 - 9:15 AM

Thank You, I am really looking forward to using this site and getting feed back on my new found hobby.
I appreciate your kind words.
Best regards.


Added Date: 17/09/2008 - 6:16 PM

Thanks for your comments on the Gold Crest.
I like your portfolio.
Thanks again.


Added Date: 17/09/2008 - 6:14 PM

Thanks for your comments regarding the Gold Crest.
I think you have captured the smallist of the British Bird in the Wren. Nice portfolio.
Thanks again.


Added Date: 17/09/2008 - 6:05 PM

Thanks for your comments, I like your portfolio


Added Date: 17/09/2008 - 5:06 PM

Penny, Thanks for the welcome note.
I really like your take on underwater shots of the marine world.
The Powder Blue's are great. Seeing Schools of them like this must have been fantastic.
Well done and thanks again.