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  • Field of rocks

    Superb image Rob, captures the atmosphere of my favourite area in the Beacons to perfection. Gets a virtual User Award from me (seeing as I can't award a real one!). Terrific stuff.

    Gwyn
    • 27 Feb 2010 3:17PM
  • Location, location...

    I can only repeat the comment I made on your previous upload from this location.

    ;^)
    • 23 Jan 2010 5:41PM
  • A winter's evening

    You spot my initials carved into this tree??

    ;^)
    • 23 Jan 2010 5:37PM
  • S a n d y

    If only Sandy were a labrador!

    V1 for me too.

    G
    • 23 Jan 2010 5:32PM
  • t r e e

    Chuck your camera kit in the bin....and get a mountain bike instead! On second thoughts...if you throw it my way I can store it in the cupboard where all my gear is gathering cobwebs!

    Chin up Mr T.

    G

    PS Some gorgeous light earlier this evening as we passed your place on the way back from Bracelet Bay...the Foel looked stunning. Hope you were out with the Nikon.
    • 23 Jan 2010 5:30PM
  • Alone

    Cracking image Mr T.
    • 13 Dec 2009 8:55PM
  • Location, location, location

    Trespassing again?

    ;^)
    • 13 Dec 2009 8:49PM
  • Newcomers to your pf might wonder what we are on about when we refer to your wonderful mountain images Pete when there are so few in your pf at the moment (those clearances not among your best decisions in my view!). However I'd urge them to take a look at your website when all will become crystal clear.

    It must be very difficult for you to put your photography on the back burner for a while due to the new arrival, but I'm sure you'll be visiting those hills as often as you are able and, as Iain says above, remind us mountain enthusiasts what we are missing.

    Additionally you can always be relied on for honest (sometimes outspoken!) critique, something that is often lacking on EPZ I fear.
    • Posted on pfheyes's profile
    • 7 Dec 2005 7:43AM
  • Superb images from someone who's favourite places in Wales coincide very much with mine. Very well done.

    Glad to see from your new profile pic that you do possess a pair of gloves, lesson learned I hope Mari ;o)
    • Posted on Mari's profile
    • 2 Dec 2005 5:36AM
  • I have followed your pf closely since it's early days Paul and it has been a pleasure to view your photographic progression, culminating in the recent EC and numerous HC's you've chalked up of late.

    I sincerly hope your progress will continue and look forward to your future uploads with interest as always.

    Gwyn
  • Bet you are glad that you signed up for e2 now it has this wonderful new feature!

    At least we'll be able to view larger versions of your future uploads. Particularly looking forward to seeing those noisy neighbours of yours LARGE!

    Gwyn
  • A book that is never far from my side is Colin Prior's "Highland Wilderness", his panoramic images of Scotland bringing back great memories of times spent wandering those hills of yours. Now, thanks to you and your amazing work, that book is gathering dust on my bookshelf Simon, and I find myself dipping in to your pf to accomplish the same thing.

    Never thought I'd see the day that Mr Prior be toppled from his pedestal but, for me, you've done it on a number of occasions now, and will continue to do so, I have no doubt.

    Gwyn
  • Pembrokeshire may have stunning scenery and dramatic sunsets Sten, but it takes sheer talent to capture them both as well as you do here. Inspirational viewing to all who love West Wales......and beyond, your N Wales and Lakes work ain't half bad either!
  • I have enjoyed viewing your uploads from the very begining Martin. I particularly admire your determination to portray the valley of your birth as well as the more "scenic" areas of Wales and beyond. Keep up the good work.

    Gwyn
  • A portfolio full of excellent images of the mountains, coast and woodlands of South Wales and Cornwall of course! Your love of the coast and countryside obvious in your work Phil.

    Sometimes, as Alethea says, your work doesn't attract the attention it deserves, I have no doubt that on those occasions you are inspired to improve the next time you are out with the camera, look forward to viewing a lot more of your quality work in the future.

    Gwyn
    • Posted on eos3's profile
    • 10 Jan 2006 6:52AM
  • A diverse pf of highly individual and extremely competent (mostly!) work which I note contains images from nearly every EPZ category, the only one missing being Glamour/Nude....time to remedy that Mark?

    Gwyn
  • A portfolio that has been a particular favourite of mine from the outset. In my opinion you'd be hardpushed to find a better collection of wonderfully varied images of Scotland anywhere. A mere glance at your showcase should be enough to entice the viewer inside for a better look. Simply excellent work.

    All the very best.

    Gwyn