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  • PETER HICKMAN BSB superbikes

    Nicely shot. I might have traded the shutter speed a bit to blur the background a bit more and, perhaps cropped the top, but it is all a risk at the speed these guys go. Good photo.
    • 26 Apr 2016 3:51PM
  • Great Tit (Parus major)

    Outstanding detail; great shot. Chris
    • 21 Apr 2016 8:44PM
  • Downhill Flyer

    Thanks for the comments and all the votes and, in particular, the awards from RLF and Drummersdelight - very much appreciated. Chris
    • 21 Apr 2016 5:53PM
  • Pedal Power

    Thanks to both Brian and sebartley your you comments, I thought I would try something different and it is nuice to see different photographers voting and commenting on my photo. Also, thanks to all who voted - much appreciated. Chris
    • 19 Apr 2016 9:28AM
  • venice tone of water

    An unusual viewpoint and treatment for one of my very favourite places great shot. Chris
    • 17 Apr 2016 10:01PM
  • Feel the need for speed

    Good skills and nicely done - not as easy as some may think as the speed of the riders is often underestimated. The focus is spot on. Chris
    • 13 Apr 2016 9:20PM
  • 45

    I take it that this is Cadder's Hill, Lyng? Good to see your photos again. I had this date inked into my diary but, unfortunately something came up and I couldn't get there, but it looks like the track and riders were in fine condition. Great shot. Chris
    • 23 Mar 2016 8:21PM
  • Trio

    Excellent - and a well-taken opportunity, so to speak. Chris
    • 23 Mar 2016 8:18PM
  • Hunter and Hunted

    My thanks to all who have taken the time and trouble to comment and vote on the photo; I am glad the shot caught your eye. Chris
    • 5 Mar 2016 11:10AM
  • Jon

    Fabulous photo in every respect. The face is so striking that I am sure one of the visiting photographers to our camera club included a shot of this photo; certainly not a face to forget and you have produced a brilliant image of him.
    • 16 Feb 2016 5:12PM
  • Hand Held Moon

    You have done really well to get the shot hand-held, I had a go using a tripod and an SLR and had to use a remote switch as even the slightest pressure on the shutter button moved things a tad. Impressive shot.
    • 8 Feb 2016 9:53PM
  • Tuscany Landscape

    In addition to the kind comments by Digger and Stickleman (along with Stickleman's User Award), may I thank all who voted for the photo. It is great to get such interest in a photo. Chris
    • 6 Feb 2016 2:50PM
  • Nacreous Clouds

    Many thanks Youmightlikethis for your User Award - I did, very much! Niknut, it was pretty spectacular and at one point the cloud replicated the star ship Enterprise but I was too slow on the uptake in getting my camera ready. Thanks for all the votes as well - all much appreciated. Chris
    • 4 Feb 2016 12:04AM
  • The Tube

    Nice composition. Good shot. Chris
    • 3 Feb 2016 9:15PM
  • Mute Swans formation flying.

    Great photo.
    • 3 Feb 2016 8:58PM
  • Before it all went Pete Tong

    I like the shot and applaud your endeavour - and a medal for getting back!
    • 18 Jan 2016 6:04PM
  • Chepstow commemorates Anzac Day 2015

    I like this photo, it captures the mood and spirit of the event. You cannot go wrong with black and white of course but I just wondered whether this would have made a good colour photo as well, the colour of badges, berets and medal ribbons against the black (?) motorcycling clothing. Doesn't spoil the shot for me though.
    • 14 Jan 2016 5:08PM
  • London Skyline

    Very impressive. Chris
    • 3 Dec 2015 5:59PM
  • Red Door

    Great image. Chris
    • 3 Dec 2015 5:39PM
  • Basilica di San Marco

    Thanks for comments and votes, much appreciated. Chris
    • 10 Nov 2015 7:31PM
  • Venice

    I saw this a little earlier as I was trying to upload a photo but couldn't find it when I looked a little later - found the address though. A lovely view. I recall the scaffolding and cranes being a pain as well. I think I would have had a go at taking the crane out on the left of the Basilica. Good shot though and from the ship!
    • 9 Nov 2015 8:54PM
  • In a hurry

    Nicely panned - which neatly obscures anything modern. Pity about the designer glasses on the soldier in the back but you hardly have any control over that. Good photo.
    • 4 Nov 2015 9:46PM
  • The Jump

    I am most grateful for the votes, the kind comments and Alan's Award; it is not often that I get into double figures and a User Award the icing on the cake. Thanks all, very much much appreciated. Chris
    • 23 Oct 2015 11:09PM
  • Tuscan Sunset

    Thanks to Rookery and Split for comments and to all for votes. Chris
    • 12 Oct 2015 11:44PM
  • Wild Selfie

    Great shot and all sorts of humour in this shot. When I opened it my view was restricted to the central part of the photo and I think a crop top and bottom to reveal the middle third would make it even stronger. However, well seen and taken. Chris
    • 12 Oct 2015 5:14PM
  • Barges

    Not sure how you create these photos but great effect. Chris
    • 12 Oct 2015 5:08PM
  • Spitfire At Dusk

    Nice shot - and I hope the vote takes you to 30.
    • 12 Oct 2015 5:06PM
  • Chapel Vitaleta, Tuscany

    Thanks for the comments and votes, much appreciated. Chris
    • 5 Oct 2015 11:11AM
  • Afterburner glow

    This is a splendid shot. Was it taken at an air show or from RAF Coningsby? I live not too far away from the base and would love to have a go at a photo like this. Chris
    • 1 Oct 2015 1:26PM
  • Canine Agility

    Well caught! I had a go at this a few months ago and it's not as easy as it looks; the dogs are unpredictable and the clutter around the course is difficult to avoid. It is a great shot of the dog, I think I would have cropped the photo to avoid the wooden frame on the left - the background behind the dog is reasonably clear and I think the focus then would be even greater on the dog's eyes and leap. Chris
    • 6 Sep 2015 10:29PM