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Welcome. Please enjoy your wander through my images. I will endevour to answer any questions you may have about a particular pic or pics, and do comment on them, it's the only way to go in photography, everyone has a personal and very valid idea about what does and doesn't work. I truly welcome them all. Thanks for taking the time. JohnM
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  • uncover me

    Nicely posed and well taken, well done.
    • 23 Mar 2014 4:34PM
  • Carly

    Thanks Ken
    • 7 Feb 2014 4:04PM
  • Great Tit

    well captured Dave
    • 15 Jan 2014 2:44PM
  • Schizostylis Coccinea

    would hang well mounted and framed on the wall, nicely done.
    • 15 Jan 2014 2:29PM
  • Toni S

    Thanks Ray
    • 16 Sep 2013 9:07AM
  • Bridlington Harbour

    I didn't Peter. I sometimes, lots of times actually, take the shot that I see in my minds eye and neglect to take other shots into account.
    • 31 Jul 2013 8:51PM
  • In the Field

    Beautiful image Paul
    • 31 Jul 2013 8:24PM
  • You certainly have an eye for seeing the abstract world around you. Beautiful images Linda
    • Posted on lblythe's profile
    • 20 Aug 2013 10:32AM
  • A varied and well shot PF Morpheus. A pleasure to view.

  • beautiful and stunning, what a joy to brows your portfolio
  • Wonderful portfolio, your images are an inspiration to me. Keep them coming along with the aftershot manipulation hints and tips, it really helps novices like myself.
    • Posted on Niknut's profile
    • 22 May 2011 8:41PM
  • Wow... beautiful images, inspirational and consistent. It really brings home the fact that I must develop my own 'photographers eye'. Thanks for your feedback on my Alnmouth shot by the way. It certainly improved the image.
    • Posted on Niknut's profile
    • 3 Mar 2011 7:19PM
  • Some wonderful images Justin. The interest in the subject shines through.
    John M