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jcolind

Grumpier than I look. Interested in all types of photography with no particular favorite subject.
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  • Twig-mimic Caterpiller

    It found my grandson in my garden.
    • 10 May 2016 6:11PM
  • Setting The Rhythm

    Just the one shot
    • 25 Jan 2016 11:39PM
  • Vale of Llangollen

    The path leads to the ruins of Castell Dinas Bran (Crow Castle).
    • 23 May 2015 12:28AM
  • Ducks On Top

    Taken on Ilford Pan F
    • 3 Apr 2015 10:16AM
  • Time Lines

    Agree with Dudler about the tilt. A 1 degree anti clockwise correction would give true verticals but a crop would then be required. After cropping, the left hand edge would be through the apex of the lesser spire and the top edge exactly coinciding with the top of the cross. To me the composition of the tilt corrected image is weaker than the uncorrected one. I've yet to produce a perfect image. On this one I should have used a wider angle at the taking stage.
    • 24 Jan 2015 11:04AM
  • The Brewery Inn

    I applaud this. It is typical of the type of photo that I believe is sadly neglected by the majority of enthusiastic photographers. In years to come this will be a valuable record of the locality and of far more interest to most people than last nights sunset. If the original is detailed enough the car number plate could give a rough indication of the era it was taken. Spread the gospel to record more of the ordinary scenes around us.
    • 12 Oct 2014 10:29AM
  • Light Of The Plastic dragon

    A plastiic toy hung by cotton thread, clones out, from a washing line.
    • 4 Jul 2014 8:28PM
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