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  • Wasted Sunset

    Your humor, wit and sensitivity are always shining in your pictures and your lead-ins - even from thousands of miles away. Best of luck on your transplant, god speed on your recovery.
    Until a better time,
    Jan
    • 14 Sep 2008 1:51PM
  • Crandall Canyon Barge

    Thanks to both of you - I actually have no idea what I'm doing! I found Photomatix sort of tiresome to use - but any instructions I've read to just use the CS3 HDR program say to keep the image at 32-bit while working on the HDR and my program won't let me work on it at 32-bit - it wants me to convert to 16-bit first. I really don't know how to get around that - any help or other programs better than Photomatix would be greatly appreciated!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 9 Aug 2008 1:16AM
  • Gap In The Clouds

    The large version is stunning - beautifully composed.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 30 Jun 2008 7:47AM
  • Light in the afternoon

    Excellent, doorknob and all. Beautifully composed.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 11 Mar 2007 4:46PM
  • IOI

    Beautiful!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 10 Feb 2007 10:27PM
  • Museum Rail

    Wonderful pattern giving movement to the image.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Jan 2007 3:23PM
  • 1928

    Best yet - perfect in depicting aging memories - the memories clear, the person fading. Very powerful image.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 28 Nov 2006 3:26AM
  • Golash Lady

    There you go with another interesting bit of photo journalism - wish I had the ability (funding!) to get around as much as you - love your observations on life/people/vistas!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 28 Nov 2006 3:21AM
  • The Leaning Tree

    First thing I noticed was the 'face' on the RHS, looking up at the tree. Very interesting image!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 28 Nov 2006 3:18AM
  • On The Rocks

    Almost mystical with the shutter speed you've used, beautifully done.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 28 Nov 2006 3:16AM
  • punnet of mushrooms

    Makes a beautiful abstract image - well done!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 15 Nov 2006 1:48PM
  • The Bike

    Yes indeed, much more effective!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 15 Nov 2006 5:02AM
  • Flooded Island

    A beauty, the peaceful feeling clearing evoked in this image.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 15 Nov 2006 2:45AM
  • Mrs Cotton and Young Wa

    I like the full view - this time their expressions similar, you can see the strength in both. Well done.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 14 Nov 2006 3:04PM
  • the last song

    "Dusted" said it, wonderful wonderful. Definitely going to give Nina a listen also.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 10:37PM
  • Pigeon Point Evening

    Just adding a 'click', and to say I continue to admire and learn so much from your photographs and detailed explanation of what you did/used to achieve them.
    Aloha,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 10:24PM
  • Garsdale

    Beautiful - the shadows and light on the grasses do it for me!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 8:39PM
  • Old miners chapel

    I love rural, forgotten buildings, nicely composed image.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 8:35PM
  • one hour challenge

    How/where do you enter?
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 8:15PM
  • humber bridge 2

    Like this view best - really hones in the focal point, making the image much stronger IMHO.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 8:09PM
  • A Spoonful Of Sugar...

    Now I'm going to be singing that damn song all afternoon! But have to say I do like the little glints of light coming off the sugar, well done!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 8:05PM
  • Nighthawks

    I'd like to see a bit less blur in the clouds. Love the composition though!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 7:22PM
  • Isolation

    I'd love to see this large as my monitor doesn't pick up the detail of the castle - I do love the way you've composed the image to really empasize the setting.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 6:24PM
  • Totem Pole Rock

    Thank you. I think it will be a terrific combination when I figure the complexities out!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 6:11PM
  • Going Home

    I don't mind the sign at all, but it may indeed strengthen the image to remove some day when your feeling up to it...off to check the colour version. Really like this one.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 3:10PM
  • PATH TO WINTER

    From the master of capturing light in beautiful winter scenes! Looked for a long time, lost in the scene, imagining myself there.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 13 Nov 2006 3:07PM
  • 'Till Dawn

    Beautiful light on the boat to set the image off.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 12 Nov 2006 7:08PM
  • Mary at the cross on Sunday

    Yes...wonderful observation. The nicks and dust don't distract at all IMHO, its what life is all about.
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 6 Nov 2006 4:17AM
  • Parliament

    Kudos!
    Regards,
    Jan
    • 19 Oct 2006 2:09PM
  • Yet another sunset...

    Thanks. Paul, for some reason I can't get the horizon straight...it was straigt when I took the shot, but have adjusted a bit twice before uploading. I deleted once because it bothered me - any ideas anyone? I'm using the normal 'measure' tool, arbitrary adjustment tool in CS2..
    Thanks again,
    Jan
    • 18 Oct 2006 12:51PM