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Welcome to my portfolio page, I hope you like my taste in photography and that my images leave you with at least some small impression in your mind. I don't wish to change the world, just maybe the way we look at it.
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  • Older than time itself

    Ty I believe it's a Cyprus
    • 12 Mar 2013 1:56PM
  • Heron in flight

    Thank you for your kind comments and your votes
    • 11 Apr 2012 10:05PM
  • In Reflection

    Ty all for your votes it's good to see I haven't lost my touch
    • 10 Apr 2012 4:34PM
  • Caption please

    Hey Tiddles, whats this thing fur ?
    • 19 Jan 2012 8:26PM
  • High Street reflection

    Hi Jeff I tried that , it lost too much and it looks better as a semi panoramic it tells more of the story. Thanks for the vote
    • 13 Jan 2012 9:18PM
  • Forth Rail Bridge

    I never tire of seeing photos of this subject. I love the moody light and the reflection in the rock pool, well taken.
    • 3 Jan 2012 11:22AM
  • Totland Bay

    Love this, not too much of the silk water effect and almost perfect lighting, Love it.
    • 22 Dec 2011 9:04PM
  • Covent Garden, Apple Market Xmas Display 2011

    A Very Merry Xmas to all here at Ephotozine. Hope 2012 is a good year for us all no matter where you are in the world.
    • 20 Dec 2011 8:42PM
  • Pittenweem Harbour, Fife, Scotland

    Thanks Ronnie, yes this area is wonderful, the light is special too at anytime of the year but I don't know why. My Mum lives in Musselburgh and I get to do some pics when I visit. Ive seen so many pics of Cornish harbours recently so I wanted to show that there are other picture opportunities if you venture further afield.
    • 9 Dec 2011 8:39PM
  • Bella Italia Cafe

    Its on Low Petergate York
    • 26 Nov 2011 9:50AM
  • Large Garden Spider

    Thanks all for your votes and comments, its actually more of a close up than a macro as you can get very close to your subject with this cam. its still a new toy but getting used to it but it will never be a substitute for the D3s.
    • 22 Nov 2011 9:44PM
  • Cobbels

    Nothing wrong with the picture at all. If you were able to spend time experimenting, maybe try a higher or even better a lower angle, I find it makes a picture more interesting if its taken from a different angle from what would be usual while walking down this street. Were all used to seeing things from the height of our eyes, so a picture from this height or angle is normal and normal won't attract the viewers eye. My theory for what its worth, but keep experimenting its great fun.
    • 17 Nov 2011 8:49PM
  • Confetti Shower

    Thanks Neil
    • 15 Nov 2011 8:17PM
  • Storm Wharf

    Always loved this view of the city and I never tire of seeing pictures of this. Great capture, gets my vote any day
    • 12 Nov 2011 5:41PM
  • Lord of The Rings, or Ring Rusty.

    Thank you all for your comments and votes. Ive had this on file for some time and tried several times to compose it, but it always seemed wrong, so thats why I tried the vignette, which will work for some folks but not all it seems ha ha, never mind I will keep plugging away at this and hopefully some pictures will get noticed and I in turn will learn a great deal.
    • 11 Nov 2011 7:04PM
  • Yellow Submarine

    Sorry for all the pics but I felt they may interest some as this is a step outside the normal style of our tube trains with no end doors on the carriages which have been almost a tradition in past years,
    • 9 Nov 2011 5:22PM
  • Old Racer

    Yes I believe so Paddy
    • 9 Nov 2011 4:43PM
  • Timeless Kennet & Avon

    Just shows how wrong you can be, this is a great picture and of a subject I love. Great composition and texture. Oh and it was the thumbnail that made me look closer too.
    • 7 Nov 2011 9:48AM
  • Kohl

    Thanks Dave yes he's a lovely dog, he's a member of our extended family.
    • 2 Nov 2011 5:42PM
  • The Crow Stone

    Remarkable and beautiful.
    • 27 Oct 2011 9:58PM
  • Before

    I love the textures and the simplicity, nicely done
    • 27 Oct 2011 9:49PM
  • All Steamed Up

    Thank you Reaper and Gavin, its been a long time since I worked with b/w but this was a perfect subject.
    • 27 Oct 2011 8:07AM
  • Lets go fly a kite

    Thanks for your votes and comments. Ive just about thawed out now, don't let the sun fool ya it was cold up there.
    • 24 Oct 2011 10:40PM
  • Princess Suki

    Thank you for your comments and votes.
    • 23 Oct 2011 7:08PM
  • Amazing Light

    Excellent capture and well worth the pain ( I have a bad hip too ) I think its a winner.
    • 22 Oct 2011 5:06PM
  • Ribblehead Viaduct

    TY Dave and Phil
    • 22 Oct 2011 9:02AM
  • Moss in a SLR

    Love it, just love it. Can I ask where this was taken and when, you know he's stopped racing for good now. Gets my vote without question.
    • 19 Oct 2011 8:58PM
  • The Forth Bridge at the end of the day.

    Yes I know but this bridge never gets the recognition it deserves. I grew up in Scotland and watched this one being built and at the time it was a marvel of construction. Everyone takes disproportionate amounts of photos of the rail bridge. So at least this scores one for the road. Thanks for the comment and the vote, glad you like it .
    • 18 Oct 2011 8:11AM
  • Thumbs Up

    Thanks Dave, maybe it won't appeal to all as the shot is of the train leaving shot but it was the interaction between the guy on the train and the photogs in the field.
    • 16 Oct 2011 12:17PM
  • Hardraw Force

    TY Steve and John glad you like it but its starting a debate as to which version is better.
    • 16 Oct 2011 12:15PM