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david deveson

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  • Change of Address 18

    Thank you Oliver... appreciated.
    • 8 Sep 2016 8:49AM
  • Meall Coire Lochain...

    Stunning Dougie, quite stunning.
    • 6 Sep 2016 7:04AM
  • Change of Address 13

    Thank you Moira. I too hope he's found his peace with the world but I rather doubt it. There were moments when his eyes glazed over. Moments when I didn't have the heart to take a shot.
    • 3 Sep 2016 8:20AM
  • Change of Address 11

    Hello Sandy, you say amazing but it's amazing what a mirror will do when it's placed outside the tent and obligingly blasts sunlight through the gap...
    • 1 Sep 2016 3:00PM
  • Change of Adress 10

    Thank yoiu both, good comments and right on the button.
    • 31 Aug 2016 8:14AM
  • Change of Address 9

    HI Sawsengee, thanks for your comment.
    Yes, I've been extremely lucky the last three or four years starting with a huge project for the EXPO exhibition in Milan which took me almost half way round the world and to 7 countries.
    The last two and a half years have been travelling for this charity in Dubai called 'Dubai Cares'.
    They provide education for children throughout Africa, The Middle East and the Far East and I get two or three trips a years to photographs wherever they are present.
    I see you live in Malaysia.
    Where?
    KL?
    I lived there for four years from 1974 onwards and adored it.
    No skyscrapers then. The tallest building was the Hilton Hotel!
    • 30 Aug 2016 9:43AM
  • Change of Address 6

    Thank you Moira... it was a moving experience for me.
    The strageness of it was that (at the time) it was far less emotional for me than I had imagined.
    The dignity of these people was extraordinary
    Their lack of rancour was astonishing.
    Their hospitality second to none.
    It was when I returned home and was dining in a chic little restaurant beside our lake that the enormity of their plight hit me.
    I ruined my fish soup by crying buckets into the bowl and the lump in my throat wasn't caused by stale bread.
    As for mountains and blue tits, you can keep them.
    There's more beauty in a human face than can be imagined.


    • 27 Aug 2016 8:06AM
  • Just discovered your portfolio and apart from your photographic skills which speak for themselves what I enjoyed most of all was finally a portfolio which reflects the character of the creator.... hilarious and a lot of fun.
    Good indeed.
    David
    • Posted on Fishnet's profile
    • 14 Jul 2009 9:52AM
  • Andre, thank you for your comments on my portfolio which, having just discovered yours, I reiterate for yours.
    Beautiful work and just my cup of tea.
    David
  • Amateur photographer, my ****... great portfolio, strength in every image.
    David
  • Just found your portfolio and it's up there with the bst of them.
    David
  • Simply superb.
    Very many congratulations.
    David