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I hope you enjoy browsing the images in my Portfolio - all comments are welcome!
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  • Rose

    Looks like Camelia gets the vote, many thanks everyone! I still have work to do with identifying flowers. And animals. And birds.......
    • 1 May 2016 8:24AM
  • "Homo Photographans" (Photographing Man)

    Everyone was looking at Sligachan on the Isle of Skye. I wasn't with this group, they were a posse of photographers from a local camera club I think.
    • 19 Apr 2016 1:20PM
  • They also serve...

    I think you need some more general shots from the front, an oblique view. These show details, but not how they all tie together.
    • 30 Mar 2016 9:44AM
  • The Bird Watcher

    Yes Nathan, MarkScollon
    • 21 Mar 2016 8:32AM
  • Mondays Monkey

    A superb image, full of life and colour!
    • 8 Feb 2016 9:16AM
  • Owl Butterfly

    Many thanks to all, and for all those UAs! Glad you like the shot! Smile
    • 30 Dec 2015 9:40AM
  • Shanghai

    Absolutely gorgeous image!
    • 29 Dec 2015 12:15AM
  • Remembrance

    A well crafted and properly respectful image.
    • 11 Nov 2015 9:38AM
  • Red Light Boogie

    No overlay, this is a straight shot using the ambient light.
    • 21 Oct 2015 9:27AM
  • Stormy Light

    Simple and effective, excellent observation!
    • 18 Oct 2015 9:36AM
  • Group of Fly Agaric

    Jos, there were several groups in an area maybe fifty feet across.
    • 8 Oct 2015 8:49AM
  • I Wish.......

    Absolutely superb!
    • 22 Sep 2015 11:26PM
  • Vulcan

    I like the way the plane is making its last exit, which it is of course.
    • 21 Sep 2015 11:52AM
  • Treant

    Yep, he's real and dressed up! Many thanks also for the award!
    • 22 Aug 2015 4:24PM

    The simplest approach is to make a black and white "pseudo infrared" image in Photoshop. I use Channel Mixer for this. You press the mono button, up the red and green channels and down the blue. Then tweak red and green channels to taste.
    • 7 Aug 2015 3:40PM
  • Fairey Gannet 2

    It apparently increases the efficiency and performance of an aircraft, at the penalty of a substantial increase in noise. The gearing necessary adds weight and sacrifices some of the performance benefit, but it was still regarded as an advantage in a few military aircraft.

    Hope that helps!
    • 4 Aug 2015 4:59PM
  • Inky Adrian

    Adrian is a talented photographer and an amazing pipe player - as in Highland Bagpipes. He has performed at the House of Lords and I think you might find a YouTube video if you search. Yes, he has a kindly face and that reflects his personality.
    • 27 Jul 2015 8:41AM
  • Green Iguana

    Many thanks for the UA Chinga!
    • 6 Jul 2015 8:43AM
  • Heart of White, Petals of Blue

    Many thanks for the award Neil!
    • 26 Jun 2015 4:57PM
  • Down to the Beach

    I like this a lot. In my imagination, I can see it as a prehistoric coastal scene, complete with swooping pterodactyl.
    • 18 Jun 2015 12:02PM
  • The Pocket Waits

    The curious lady is in fact my mum! Many thanks for the thoughts Tanya!
    • 17 Jun 2015 12:55PM
  • Sidestreet

    Classy, very classy.
    • 2 Jun 2015 11:30PM
  • Last Light

    • 31 May 2015 11:46PM
  • Diagonals

    I know where this is, and it looks really interesting but is very difficult as a photographic subject. The cable does kill it, so that needs to be cloned out I think. There may be a good abstract where the two angled and one vertical line meet in the lower half of the image. I see a square composition around that point, cropping out any sky.

    You've prompted me to have another go myself next time I'm in this area, as I've so far discarded every attempt I've made.
    • 27 May 2015 3:34PM
  • Tommy Atkins

    Very subtle and highly effective.
    • 19 May 2015 8:15PM
  • Mirror, mirror.....

    Many thanks for the award Nathan! Smile
    • 10 Apr 2015 3:13PM
  • Pholiota squarrosa

    Thanks guys, I've corrected the title. I'm still not very good at identifying these things.
    • 1 Apr 2015 11:20PM
  • The Appreciation of Art

    It is staggering sometimes when we see the actual size of some paintings. We've all seen them in books, and they quote the size very often, but there's nothing quite like coming face to face with the real thing.
    • 14 Mar 2015 4:17PM
  • Faulty SatNav?

    Just there at the right time.
    • 9 Mar 2015 2:23PM
  • Puna Teal

    Thanks all, and tanks to Mike for correction.
    • 15 Feb 2015 9:46AM