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GeorgeLedger

Thanks for looking at my photographs, please feel free to comment and critique on any aspect of my images, I do appreciate them and I'm thick skinned so 'say it straight' I will not be offended.

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  • Dead in the Water

    Strange as it seems Danny I too saw this strange effect in the skies over my house and was asked the same question by Lesley - "Whats that called". I think it is called a "Sun Dog" or a "Parhelia" and is formed by small clouds diffracting the sunlight. Take alook at :- http://www.atoptics.co.uk/rainbows/notabow.htm for a full description.

    By the way the landscape is another cracking image, I really like the composition and the silhouette works very well.
    • 1 Sep 2010 10:40PM
  • Just Passed

    Nice and sharp with plenty of detail, I really like the diagonal composition.
    • 30 Jun 2010 8:57PM
  • butterfly of moth?

    Definately a butterfly - in fact a Ringlet Butterfly! See http://www.ukbutterflies.co.uk/species.php?species=hyperantus
    this is a great web site to identify any species you're not familiar with.
    • 30 Jun 2010 8:52PM
  • RUSH

    Well worth the drive to the sea. I love the colours and movement in the water and the delicate colours in the sky.
    I agree with the previous comment about the burnt out area in the sky - but I'm not as perfect as this photo, so it doesn't spolit the overall effect for me.
    • 30 Jun 2010 8:49PM
  • Belle Tout

    A very simple composition that works very well because of its tight cropping.
    • 30 Jun 2010 9:20AM
  • Head First ...

    Indulge away, I'm enjoying the photos. I also like the explanation surrounding them as they really help set the scene. Everything is pin sharp which is not easy with all of the dust, I would have liked a slightly slower shutter speed to blut the wheels a bit as it looks slightly frozen. However looking at the lighting I'm not sure if this would have been possible as the DoF is great.
    • 30 Jun 2010 9:19AM
  • Maria Costello.

    Excellent technique everything is pin sharp where it should be. I like the inclusion of the Farm name plaque as this places it firmly in the IOM.
    • 30 Jun 2010 9:16AM
  • I've just joined Ephotozine and I am still finding my way around. However I have seen several of your images in the gallery and always been impressed. Now that I've seen the porfolio I'm even more impressed.
    Great images of all animal kind.
  • Excellent HDR work Paul, truly insprirational both on technique and as I'm due in Ireland in the summer, on locations.

    George
    • Posted on paulcr's profile
    • 8 Mar 2007 10:31AM
  • An excellent group of phtotographs, not a poor one amongst them. I have enjoyed looking at them again as much as the first time I saw them.
    Yet another person I am in awe of, and a new comparison for me to aim at.