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Forum Topics:19
Forum Comments:126
Photo Comments:1047
Competition Entries: 32
Modification Uploaded: 4
Willy the water dragon

Willy the water dragon by ozimax

What a handsome fellow!

Stunt rider shot 2

Stunt rider shot 2 by jimbob133

This guy appears to be a member of the Savage Skills stunt team (please correct me if I am wrong). I have come across them at the Milk Race, which has been held in Nottingham for three years now. There are a number of sideshows at that event, of which their display is by far the most spectacular. (You'll find a couple of my images of them in my own portfolio).

It would be interesting to know where this shot, and your earlier one, were taken.

Keeping Busy

Keeping Busy by jester1812

I do like the colour rendering in this image.

Glass Ceiling

Glass Ceiling by barbarahirst

Ceilings can make wonderful abstracts, and this is a fine example.

Feather & Fern

Feather & Fern by kaybee

How nice that something so trivial can be made to look beautiful. That's my kind of photography.


Curiosity by fentiger

They say curiosity killed the cat, but I can't help being curious about what it was that the cat wanted to knowSmile

A proper Banger

A proper Banger by barbarahirst

Would you want to buy hi-fi from guys who arrived in a van like that?

Eric at Grosmont

Eric at Grosmont by Alan_Baseley

Having looked at the mono image I think I like it better. I've given it a vote. On second thoughts I'm voting for this one too - they both capture the spirit of the steam age very well.

Caught Behind

Caught Behind by Scippy

I love the wicket-keeper's expression.

Reflections on the beach

Reflections on the beach by CarolAnnLauderdale

Not sure which one I prefer. I can quite see why you wanted to upload them both.


Riders by RysiekJan

Good panning technique. The riders stand out but the spectators are still well shown.

Rounding the mark

Rounding the mark by Earthwatcher

Happy to give it the 30th vote


Underwood by woolybill1

Quote: Interestingly, there is a `@' symbol...wonder what that meant originally? Smile

It was used in invoices to denote a multiple item e.g.

2 shirts @ $7.00 each__________________________________________________14.00

Andy Hill

Andy Hill by david j. green

Quote: It's a fair shot. I'm sure quite a few of us on the sit who've taken shots of the RV8tors at airshows have got one of Andy flying.
Let's remember him for what he enjoyed doing well and entertaining the crowds.

I understand from today's news reports that Mr Hill survived the crash but is in a critical condition. Let us hope he recovers and can throw some light on what caused that tragic accident.

Circling the Lampost

Circling the Lampost by RLF

Amazing timing. I guess you must have prefocussed on infinity and done some very quick thinking here. Great image.


Housekeeping by lblythe

To describe this as well seen would be the understatement of the year.

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Added Date: 08/12/2014 - 5:28 PM

Just taken a quick look as I'm pushed for time right now, but I intend to be back soon to enjoy these splendid images as they should be enjoyed - at leisure!


Added Date: 28/01/2013 - 3:58 AM

I see you desctibe yourself as a beginner. Some beginner! I have seen experienced photographers produce stuff not half as good as some of these imsges. You hsve a real talent - keep cultivating it.


Added Date: 27/01/2013 - 11:04 AM

As a Nottingham resident I find your portfolio very enjoyable. Keep up the good work.

Like you, I have been into photography for a long time. For years I was a diehard Exakta fsn but I am 100% digital now. It is not the equipment that makes the image, it is the photographer, as your imsges illustrate very well.


Added Date: 29/10/2012 - 7:49 PM

Barbara, I enjoy your portfolio no end. Do try and keep it up as much as you can even though your new job will be making demands on your time. Best of luck.


Added Date: 19/10/2012 - 9:05 PM

For a self-proclaimed newbie your standard is remarkable. Keep up the good work!


Added Date: 26/04/2011 - 11:03 PM

A splendid and varied portfolio. Keep up the good work and thanks for all your kind comments on my stuff.


Added Date: 06/01/2011 - 8:59 AM

A nice varied portfolio, I have enjoyed looking at it.


Added Date: 26/10/2010 - 6:43 PM

This is a very impressive PF indeed. I just wish I could produce landscapes like this, with wonderful vibrant colours and a real sense of openness and distance.

My only caveat concerns the water in some of the shots. Some people like to see running water looking like cotton wool. I am not one of them. I like to see water looking like water, and conveying the frantic sense of movement that is so characteristic of a waterfall. This kind of rendering just looks lifeless.

But I still like the PF and I intend to learn as much as I can from studying it. Great stuff!