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Remembrance by Fefe


A well crafted and properly respectful image.

By: Fefe

Red Light Boogie by johnriley1uk

Red Light Boogie

No overlay, this is a straight shot using the ambient light.

By: johnriley1uk

Stormy Light by taggart

Stormy Light

Simple and effective, excellent observation!

By: taggart

Group of Fly Agaric by johnriley1uk

Group of Fly Agaric

Jos, there were several groups in an area maybe fifty feet across.

By: johnriley1uk

I Wish....... by chase

I Wish.......

Absolutely superb!

By: chase

Vulcan by TonyDy


I like the way the plane is making its last exit, which it is of course.

By: TonyDy

Treant by johnriley1uk


Yep, he's real and dressed up! Many thanks also for the award!

By: johnriley1uk



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.

By: Tish1

Fairey Gannet 2 by johnriley1uk

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!

By: johnriley1uk

Inky Adrian by johnriley1uk

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.

By: johnriley1uk

Green Iguana by johnriley1uk

Green Iguana

Many thanks for the UA Chinga!

By: johnriley1uk

Heart of White, Petals of Blue by johnriley1uk

Heart of White, Petals of Blue

Many thanks for the award Neil!

By: johnriley1uk

Down to the Beach by ednys

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.

By: ednys

The Pocket Waits by johnriley1uk

The Pocket Waits

The curious lady is in fact my mum! Many thanks for the thoughts Tanya!

By: johnriley1uk

Sidestreet by Potra


Classy, very classy.

By: Potra

Last Light by javam

Last Light


By: javam

Diagonals by davidburleson


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.

By: davidburleson

Tommy Atkins by bwlchmawr

Tommy Atkins

Very subtle and highly effective.

By: bwlchmawr

Mirror, mirror..... by johnriley1uk

Mirror, mirror.....

Many thanks for the award Nathan! Smile

By: johnriley1uk

Pholiota squarrosa by johnriley1uk

Pholiota squarrosa

Thanks guys, I've corrected the title. I'm still not very good at identifying these things.

By: johnriley1uk

The Appreciation of Art by johnriley1uk

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.

By: johnriley1uk

Faulty SatNav? by johnriley1uk

Faulty SatNav?

Just there at the right time.

By: johnriley1uk

Puna Teal by johnriley1uk

Puna Teal

Thanks all, and tanks to Mike for correction.

By: johnriley1uk

Tarn Hows memories. by Niknut

Tarn Hows memories.


By: Niknut

"Elvis" Duck by johnriley1uk

"Elvis" Duck

Thanks for ID - it's got a pretty fancy name and it seems everyone knows it by its "hair"

By: johnriley1uk

The Carson Mansion by jbsaladino

The Carson Mansion

What a beautiful building, photographed perfectly.

By: jbsaladino

Dark Female Mallard by johnriley1uk

Dark Female Mallard

I suppose it must be a female Mallard, it just looks darker because I've used back lighting.

By: johnriley1uk

The Undercroft by sueriley

The Undercroft

I think this was Battle Abbey.

By: sueriley

St Chad's by johnriley1uk

St Chad's

St Chad's is still in use.

By: johnriley1uk