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Bread by taggart

Bread

Nice tight crop on these loaves. I ready to have one for lunch. I like the diagonal comp. as well with a nice balance between bread and basket in the frame.
-=\Walter

By: taggart

IN NEED OF A SHEPHEARD by Tish1

IN NEED OF A SHEPHEARD

Loved your narrative about the flat tyre -- I went through the same thing a couple of years ago. Got a flat but fortunately was in the middle of the city. In the old days, I would have changed the wheel myself but opted to pay a couple of guys who happened to be walking in the vicinity. That was the way to go -- no sore muscles for me and a bit of pocket cash for my new found friends.

Anyway -- this shot is wonderful. I love the deep rich greens of the ferns and the detail of the sheep. I also like where you placed sheep and tree in your frame. VERY nice.
-=\Walter

By: Tish1

On The Waterfront by WhiteRose1

On The Waterfront

Dave,
This is the perfect evening long exposure shot -- absolutely wonderful.
-=\Walter

By: WhiteRose1

"Forget the Time Enjoy the Walk" by cats_123

"Forget the Time Enjoy the Walk"

A fun sign -- nicely captured in your shot here.
-=\Walter

By: cats_123

Shabby after Rain by nonur

Shabby after Rain

Mono was exactly the correct choice for this wonderful shot.
-=\Walter

By: nonur

Delightful Dogs 2 (20 of 23) by LynneJoyce

Delightful Dogs 2 (20 of 23)

What a series!!!! -- Pure visual delight. I see a Christmas dog calendar coming soon. Smile
Your timing on V6 is PERFECT!
=\Walter

By: LynneJoyce

Remove Haze Test by gajewski

Remove Haze Test


Quote: Good grief, there's a helluva difference! I don't ave Lightroom but maybe I should get it when I buy my new computer.

Yes, I was blown away by what this new feature can accomplish.

By: gajewski

Clifton History by genebalun

Clifton History

Gene, my user award has nothing to do with the fact that I'm singled out in your introductory commentary. This is my kind of image. What a wonderful preservation of a slice of Americana. I like the sun in this shot -- lighting most of the facade but shading just enough to accentuate the architectural features (especially the awning).
Your inclusion of the signs is perfect -- the historic "Texaco Star" on the right, "Clifton General Store" sign in the middle and the straightforward invitation to "Good Hot Food" at the left side of the shot.

The white picket fence and the bench out front are the kickers -- the little additions to this scene that make it sing. Great colors and clouds to boot.
Nicely done -- a worthy companion to my series "The LBC."

Love it.
-=\Walter

By: genebalun

Stop the Motion ! by taggart

Stop the Motion !

Wow -- congratulations on "freezing" the wings. This is a most amazing shot.
-=\Walter

By: taggart

"L" by Joline

"L"

Joline, this is so "out of your wheelhouse" and yet, your sense of aesthetic shines through. Obviously, I haven't seen the rest of the dumpster but I'm willing to bet that you have selected just the right balance of blue and white.
As I mentioned at your Facebook page, I really like this image.
-=\Walter

By: Joline

Tower Bridge by xwang

Tower Bridge

You are correct in saying that this bridge has been photographed MANY times. However, you did succeed in getting a different point of view. I like this very much.
-=\Walter

By: xwang

AH-64 Apache Longbow Helicopter by brian17302

AH-64 Apache Longbow Helicopter

Great point of view, Brian. It looks like it is coming right at you.
-=\Walter

By: brian17302

Lavenham street by xwang

Lavenham street

Nice capture of both street and sky.
-=\Walter

By: xwang

The Winter Garden by ColleenA

The Winter Garden

I agree with you, Colleen. Those wooden arches are gorgeous. What a wonderful structure -- nicely captured by you with a shot that pulls us into the image.
-=\Walter

By: ColleenA

Striding out by ColleenA

Striding out

I like these three shots -- especially the closeup V3.
-=\Walter

By: ColleenA

Put The Fire Out by sweetpea62

Put The Fire Out

Very nice composition, Lin. It does look like fire.
=-\Walter

By: sweetpea62

Too cool! by annettep38

Too cool!

The color and detail here are exquisite. I like this unconventional comp.
-=\Walter

By: annettep38

Black Crowned Night Heron "Nycticorax Nycticorax" by brian17302

Black Crowned Night Heron "Nycticorax Nycticorax"

Brian,
This is an amazing shot:
1) perfect timing
2) great use of a shallow depth of field to isolate the bird from the background water
3) the eye of the bird is in perfect sharp focus.

Keeping all of these elements balanced is no easy task -- especially while getting this great composition.
-=\Walter

By: brian17302

Bright Eyes by sweetpea62

Bright Eyes

A great macro shot, Lin.
-=\Walter

By: sweetpea62

FAIRY GROTTO by Tish1

FAIRY GROTTO

Ok -- I was abel to look at the mods. That was a clever way of getting around the malfunctioning variants.

I LOVE that you experiment this way. My favorite is Mod 3.

So sorry to hear about your bite and your IT problems.
Here's hoping both will get better.

-=\Walter

By: Tish1

Welding Rafters by annettep38

Welding Rafters

A very interesting series -- and equally as interesting narrative.
-=\Walter

By: annettep38

COBBOLD GORGE, QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA by BRITCHIE

COBBOLD GORGE, QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA

A very nice, water-level point of view.
-=\Walter

By: BRITCHIE

Spain Rocks (10 of 23) by LynneJoyce

Spain Rocks (10 of 23)

VERY nice, Lynne. A wonderful series that bolsters my ambition to get to Spain. V10 and V15 are my favorites.
This could only have been done with ISO 100 and a tripod. Am I correct?

-=\Walter
PS -- Love the title.

By: LynneJoyce

Grumpy And The Ant by annettep38

Grumpy And The Ant

He does look grumpy. The feather detail is really good in this shot. That 600 mm lens is serving you well.
-=\Walter

By: annettep38

THE FALLS by Tish1

THE FALLS

Tish -- this is wall-worthy art. I can see why you want to get back here. Take me with you.
-=\Walter

By: Tish1

Happy Birthday ... by JuBarney

Happy Birthday ...

What a fun, fanciful sculpture -- nicely captured by you.
-=\Walter

By: JuBarney

Greetings from Manchester by kitsch

Greetings from Manchester

An interesting study in color and lines.
-=\Walter

By: kitsch

Stroll and Savor by gajewski

Stroll and Savor


Quote: Just had supper, but this idea looks great-- and the girls look so happy-- all ten tickets here!

Jennnnnnn,
What you don't see is the long line here. This was one of the most popular restaurant stops.
-=\Walter

By: gajewski

Derelict by DilysT

Derelict

Yes, certainly not a late night place to be but this shot draws us in to the daylight. Nicely done.
-=\Walter

By: DilysT

Happy Together by gajewski

Happy Together


Quote: Walter, you've been on your jollies and didn't invite me Sad I would love to go to Hawaii. Mind you, I suppose it is just a hop skip and a jump for you................ I can see you had a good time and what a shot!!!!


Tish

Not quite a "hop, skip and jump" -- from Long Beach, California to the island of Mauii, Hawaii is 4,000 Km.
-\=W.

By: gajewski