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colin

Thanks for clicking on my pic. Something must've got your attention, so if its not this shot, have a trawl and see if there's anything else that takes your fancy.
Happy browsing!
Colin

PS Thanks to Cub69 for the portfolio pic!
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  • Kinderdijk

    Wikipedia to thank for the history lesson
    • 6 May 2013 7:21PM
  • Funchal,Madeira

    Hi Stephen

    I'm very well,thanks. Have lost my mojo with photography recently- only using the camera on holiday, etc. I seldom use EPZ nowadays,preferring 500px for studio portraiture.

    Hope to catch up sometime in the future.

    Thanks for the vote. Funchal was beautiful - definitely worth a visit.

    Colin
    • 4 Mar 2013 9:08PM
  • Ben Nevis Sunset from Gairlochy

    Hi Ian,not noisy - extremely peaceful and quiet in fact Wink

    Seriously,though I can't see noise, but the Tamron isn't the best of lenses, so you could be right.
    • 19 Jun 2012 9:49PM
  • DTM

    Nice impact with the flying sparks
    • 10 Sep 2011 7:42PM
  • No Photoshop here!

    Lovely!Grin
    • 27 Mar 2011 10:56PM
  • The Art of Glamour Modelling

    Nice tryptych,but the missing 'l' in modelling needs fixing
    • 21 Mar 2011 7:26PM
  • shadows 2

    Nicely lit which adds a bit of mystery
    • 17 Mar 2011 10:53PM
  • Fabulous portfolio, Rebekah. Inspirational, in fact!
    • Posted on beckas's profile
    • 1 Dec 2010 5:25PM
  • Congrats on winning the competition. Great image.
    Colin
    • Posted on Sezz's profile
    • 12 May 2009 11:35PM
  • Your abstracts stand out - you clearly have a knack for those type of shots. Well done.
    Colin
  • Hi Neville,
    Have seen some of your work before, but your recent rodeo shots are simply breathtaking in the clarity and timing. I've had a good trawl over some of your more recent work and will be watching out for more. You are now in my Favourites - so don't worry - I ain't no stalker!! Wink
    Colin
    • Posted on NevP's profile
    • 26 May 2007 9:15AM
  • Hi Bert, thanks for viewing my PF. I have to say, there is some wonderful light in Malta. The golden and orange hues are superb. I've never been to malta, but it looks a very beautiful and historic place.
    Best regards
    Colin
    • Posted on BertC's profile
    • 30 Nov 2006 9:57PM
  • All the best to Scotlands best host.
    Your PF is envious to us 'townies'. So many views of Loch Lomond at every time of the day and year - one for every occasion.
    Colin
    PS Love your new PF pic - glad to see the knee is holding up on the springboard - hold on there isn't a springboard!!!
    • Posted on daviewat's profile
    • 24 Dec 2005 11:47AM
  • Just realised, you don't actually see your ear. Maybe thats it - you don't have ears???? Now I get it! (lol)
  • Your portfolio is a fitting tribute to the effort you put into all your shots, Patrick. I'm amazed of your forward thinking approach - you obviously "see" the shot long before it actually happens.
    I'm dead jealous of your images, and the fact that you are such a nice guy, makes it even harder to take !! (lol)Smile)You have a very generous spirit, particularly when commenting on other's pictures.
    Keep up the good work, Patrick. You give us all something to aspire to.
    Colin

    PS Only gripe, change your profile pic. Its really hard to recognise anyone by their left ear, unless you're Dr Spock!
  • I'll echo Jeanie's comment - not at all scary, despite that brilliant self portrait. Chris is your typical congenial, Irishman - enjoys the craic and this comes through in your PF. There's a great variety of shots, but all excellent in their own right.
    Oh, and how do you do the dancing banner thing. Excellent stuff!
    Colin
  • It good to know that eccentricity is alive and kicking up in DundeeSmile Your humourous shots never cease to be inspired and imaginative and the poems, well they are something else. William McGonigle better look out.
    Keep them coming, Pete. You brighten up EPZ for all your fans, of which I'm one.
    Love the banner, BTW.
    Colin