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  • a missing link? by Isleman

    Your comments and votes are appreciated. Thank-you.
    Please note an important amendment to the 'description' text.
    • 21 Aug 2011 12:13AM
  • The Great Escape by Eva_B

    Ain't they cute, I think this is what they grow into? https://www.ephotozine.com/user/isleman-64775/gallery/photo/this-way-up-6912503
    • 20 Aug 2011 9:18PM
  • Blue by brightspark

    A bluetiful flower, bluetifully captured and bluetifully cropped. Well, an infinite improvement on your last couple of offerings. Dad X
    • 2 May 2011 12:13AM
  • Dandelion by brightspark

    Such a vibrant and unappreciated flower, nicely captured. A valuable source of nectar for bees in the spring and bees need all the help they can get so please leave some of the flowers until they go to seed. Keep the seeds in a safe place until next spring because (as long as no chemicals have been used where it is growing) the spring dandelion leaves and flowers can be eaten (avoid the lower stem and sepals, as these are the bitterest part of this plant). Dandelion is a free-growing superfood, with numerous vitamins and minerals on board. It is one of the best natural sources of vitamin K. Eat as part of a balanced diet. More detailed advice and recipes can be found on the internet. Tongue
    • 10 Apr 2011 10:17PM
  • Spider by mudge

    Magnifico! Make a great wall poster. Might keep away unwanted visitors (if only flies). Do they bite or don't they? I don't get close enough to find out myself.
    • 28 Nov 2010 1:30AM
  • Tag by Mari

    fine rotation 1.3 degrees sorts out the vertical for me, otherwise.......

    fantastic capture, they look like they are 'on a mission', Ladies room perhaps? In B&W it poses other questions like, is that red sandstone? I wonder what colour the bridesmaid's dress is? the edge of a stone arch leading where? The collection of vertical static objects filling the right of the image even make symbolic comment on the nature of the occasion.
    Excellent.

    I'd quite like to see it in colour with the colours revved up, I can imagine it on a billboard advertising a bridal magazine.
    • 19 Oct 2010 10:58AM
  • The exhuberence of a child by Richie200948

    This image may have lost technical quality but aesthetically it has matured with age and is certainly a capture to be proud of. An image innocence and freedom every parent would like to possess of their own child. I am jealous. Ha Ha!
    • 4 May 2009 1:36PM

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