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The most precious possession any of us have is time.
It's also the most precious gift one person can give another person.
It never stops moving forward until it's inevitable end.
Photography allows us to capture a moment of that terminal journey. It stops time so you can share with other's what will never return.
Just like time, make the most of it and enjoy.
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  • Jess

    Love it, well done. Grin
    • 11 Nov 2019 3:08PM
  • Tunisia 1943.

    Quote:interesting title, would you inform us of the reason behind that and the relation to your photo..

    Hi Robert,
    The german army during WWII were in Tunisia around 1943. I have to admit that the uniform worn by the soldier's is not correct for that era and didn't come out until much later in the war. The Tiger tank is supposed to be the initial one, but has a lot of inaccuracies, call it all artistic license.
    • 9 Oct 2019 12:04PM
  • The sun is setting, can we go please?

    Quote:Think this is really good but would like to see a less gloomy version of it.

    Hi Chris,
    I know what you mean, my problem is that I work on a 4K monitor and it looks just fine. It would be a big plus if Ephotozine would allow people to view the original downloaded file.
    • 8 Oct 2019 4:54PM
  • UpLifting

    Scary lady. Sad
    • 7 Oct 2019 3:49PM
  • Skipper? You are'nt going to believe this.

    Quote:nice render... if it weren't for these fossil fish you would not see it.

    Robert [/quote

    The coelacanth constitute a now-rare order of fish that includes two extant species in the genus Latimeria: the West Indian Ocean coelacanth(Latimeria chalumnae) primarily found near the Comoro Islands off the east coast of Africa and the Indonesian coelacanth(Latimeria menadoensis).They follow the oldest-known living lineage of Sarcopterygii(lobe-finned fish and tetrapods), which means they are more closely related to lungfish and tetrapods than to ray-finned fishes. They are found along the coastlines of the Indian Ocean and Indonesia.The West Indian Ocean coelacanth is a critically endangeredspecies. Last one caught 1974 off India.

    • 26 Sep 2019 4:58PM
  • Have a cuppa.

    Quote:Nice simulation of the DOF and also the size of the leading foot Keith...john

    Not simulated, it is actual DOF.
    • 22 Sep 2019 11:11AM
  • The sun is over there George.

    Quote:Nice angles Keith to keep us looking at more than the obvious.
    I am tossing up between 3 scenarios
    You have a chip on one shoulder
    One of the legs fell off your chair
    It was deiberate

    And I have to go with the last one!


    The last one was right John. 😁
    • 21 Sep 2019 11:12AM
  • I don't know what took me so long?
    Absolutely naughty, but bl**dy nice.
    If you haven't put a photographic book
    together yet, DO SO!
  • Beginner?? My big toe! Awesome portfolio.Wink
  • Wouldn't call you an amateur at all, excellent portfolio.Smile
    • Posted on rossomck's profile
    • 17 Mar 2013 11:04AM
  • I'm impressed!! Grin
  • Hi David,

    I want to say thank you for your vote.
    Can you not allow connections to your portfolio?
    I would like very much to be kept informed when you put up a new pic.

  • Hello Marsha,

    Thank you for your comment, much appreciated.
    I have to ask, why do you only have 9 pics up, when you've been a member for more than 3 years?
    Plus, when your pics are so good.

    • Posted on mbc2151's profile
    • 18 Feb 2013 9:15PM
  • Grin You don't need advice, incredible portfolio.
    • Posted on kel55's profile
    • 18 Feb 2013 7:59PM