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Mr McGregor's Garden

Mr McGregor's Garden by JohnoP

Ha! Ha! I've just been watching Peter Rabbit with my 2-yr-old granddaughter. Excellent.

Wasp Spider

Wasp Spider by JohnoP

He looks a bit of a hard-case. Shouldn't want to see that crawling up out of the bath.


Dragonfly by JohnoP

So who showed you how to change your lens? Wink
Great shot John.

Not you again!

Not you again! by JohnoP

That is superb. What an expression!

Lift off!

Lift off! by JohnoP

Yet another Wow! shot. Superb, John

Juvenile Hare

Juvenile Hare by JohnoP

Have my UA award John, this has been a brilliant series. If the British Hare club had an award, I reckon you'd get that too.


Shackles by Rende

I can only refer you to the words of the hymn "And can it be" by Charles Wesley . . . "My chains fell off and I was free", referring to casting off the burden of sin by accepting Christ as saviour.


Window by Rende

A super set of images. Just the sort of thing I look out for in France. And thank you so much Woolybill for that link, that was my thought precisely when I saw the title of the series.

Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass by Rende

Spot on! It's a bit like the old Kensitas cigarette packet that had a picture of a waiter bearing a tray, with a packet of Kensitas cigarettes on it, and on that packet you could see a picture of a waiter . . . ad infinitum.
Well spotted and precisely taken, you should be a cabinet maker with that eye for precision.

Hiding Chairs

Hiding Chairs by Rende

Kind of them to stack them in a colourful array like that. Well spotted.

Hebridean Rabbit

Hebridean Rabbit by JohnoP

He looks a lot more relaxed than the average hare that you capture with that 400mm lens of yours.

Harvest Hare

Harvest Hare by JohnoP

He just looks so alert. His ears, his eyes, both on full alert and ready to spring him into action.
Another beautiful shot.


Snipe by JohnoP

That long beak reminds me of somebody . . .
Another beaut, pin-sharp as usual.


Redshank by JohnoP

Why's it called a Redshank? Wink Only joking. Excellent!


Fulmar by JohnoP

Cracking hand-held shot. Pin-sharp and just at the right moment.

Boat Abstract

Boat Abstract by Rende

Well up to your usual standard. Super colours. A little late to wish you "bonne route", but I do anyway. And "bon randonner" (I've probably got the gender wrong, again!).

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Lens recommendation please18/01/2007 - 11:05 AM
Cartier-Bresson18/01/2007 - 10:44 AM
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Added Date: 04/02/2006 - 10:21 AM

I really like your portfolio. You have a keen eye which enables you to get a good shot when many would give up and go home.
Keep it up.


Added Date: 15/02/2006 - 12:24 AM

I've only just started scrolling through your portfolio and I am deeply impressed. Superb quality and some really dreamy, slightly surreal stuff. Thanks for posting so much good work.