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the monk

the monk by cristinavenedict

I have to nominate this for Photo of the Year - the feel of the image reminds me so much of some of the best Pre-Raphaelite paintings - simply outstanding.


Goldfinch. by GMKhamish

Yow! That's a belter.

Craster, Northumberland

Craster, Northumberland by iancatch

Like it - did you try the kippers while you were there?

high five or four...

high five or four... by Exposurist

Very cheering. Merry Christmas.

Light Painting

Light Painting by martinpdavies

excellent technique... and I like the composition too.

Vulcan to the sky!

Vulcan to the sky! by Kevlar

Nice one! I'd like to see that large.
What are the other two aircraft? And did you edit them in or were they part of the scene?

leave me alone !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

leave me alone !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by sully

Brill! Love that expression.

Westcombe Beach Sunset

Westcombe Beach Sunset by andyfox

That's gorgeous!

In K Banns Park

In K Banns Park by Silverpixels

I adore this image. I showed it to my wife and she had the same reaction. A cracker!

The Thin Red Line

The Thin Red Line by Tom_H

I like the grouping, overall composition and drama. It works for me.


Spitfire by fosie1955

Very good use of HDR

Misty Tamar

Misty Tamar by MikeGreaves

If you keep getting shots like this, keep going out! Impressive.

Cupid's Dart

Cupid's Dart by cattyal

I wish I could produce work of this quality

Celebrate the Sun

Celebrate the Sun by AnneWorner

Fan-bloomin-tastic - I love it!


Stitchwort by viscostatic

Ooh, Ooh! I like it - so good I had to vote on it.

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Added Date: 05/07/2011 - 11:13 PM

To be frank, you are an artist and if I was wearing a hat I would take it off to you. Excellent images and moving captions. I am so glad I spotted this portfolio.


Added Date: 11/03/2009 - 7:15 PM

The crocus series is an absolutely blinding showcase - very well done.



Added Date: 04/12/2007 - 11:31 AM

It has dawned on me that I've noticed quite a few of the shots in your portfolio whilst browsing the main gallery. You obviously have a knack for creating images which catch the eye. And they never fail to disappoint on close inspection.

I aspire to having a portfolio of this quality one day.

Keep up the good work.



Added Date: 09/10/2007 - 7:28 PM

What an astonishingly diverse portfolio you have. And the sheer quality!!! I feel privileged to have found it and browsed, albeit briefly. I must when I have more time. I'm amazed you seem to have had so few views.


Added Date: 02/10/2007 - 8:11 PM

Cracking portfolio Ian.


Added Date: 01/08/2007 - 5:32 PM

After viewing your portfolio, I'm tempted to trade in my camera for something I could use properly, like a packet of tissues. I'll have to stick to photographing entirely different subjects as I can't compete.

I'm guessing several of your shots are self portraits, and am ultra-impressed if they are, as I can't do a decent one if I try (though I'm not as photogenic, which doesn't help).

I notice you have a tendency to prefer tonally darker images. I love the quality and textures you bring to them, but worry that you may typecast yourself in the eyes of potential clients (assuming you're going to exploit your talent commercially - which you definitely should, your images stand out in illustrious company on this website).