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  • Autumn Remembered, Upper Thomason Foss by JGRobinson

    Thanks, Ian!
    • 23 Feb 2014 9:35PM
  • Wild Thrift, Bedruthan Steps by JGRobinson

    Thank you, Jeremy Smile
    • 20 Feb 2014 10:49PM
  • Roseberry Topping | Bluebells by JGRobinson

    Thanks for the comments, very kind.

    I'm sorry I haven't commented much lately, I'm going through the process of re cataloguing my hole database of images... Keywording, culling, backing up, etc. It's going to take a while but I need a better structure to work with. Once done I will be uploading new work and commenting again.
    • 23 Jun 2011 10:04PM
  • Paddy's Hole, Moody Twilight by JGRobinson

    Get yourself a PCE Dougie, you won't regret it, they are very versatile. It's a bit dark this image but I didn't want to lighten it as the scene was just like this at the time of capture, a wonderful location and unique with the industrial backdrop. Those grey clouds never opened this particular morning but they certainly give plenty of mood. Taken during twilight but those clouds prevented any colour or sun getting through, both frustrating and an usual image for me as I really love to see light in my images, but I couldn't resist posting this one, not everyone's cup of tea Smile
    • 18 Jun 2011 5:02PM
  • St Mary's Island | Late Evening Light by JGRobinson

    Thanks for the comments and votes, much appreciated Smile
    • 9 Jun 2011 8:23AM
  • Trebarwith Strand by pmorgan

    Terrific stuff Paul,

    I fell flat on my face when I visited this place, to the left is a stream, which of course I had to try and walk down. The funniest part was trying to get back up, probably the slipperiest place in Cornwall Smile
    • 6 Jun 2011 1:37PM
  • Lochan Na h-Achlaise by JGRobinson

    Thanks for the comments.

    I was trying to get something, anything out of the miserable conditions that Scotland had on offer, I think this was the morning David Ward was running his work shop here, even his group left early, probably in search of subject matter that was more favourable for the overcast conditions.
    • 4 Jun 2011 6:04PM
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  • Posted on LukeParkinson's profile

    Luke's Technique is excellent, allowing him to produce some brilliant nature images. Looking through his portfolio, one quickly realises you're looking at the work of a man who is immersed in his art.
    • 2 Mar 2011 7:39PM

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