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  • Sunsilk

    Hope you get sorted soon Paul.

    Martin
    • 15 Mar 2010 12:49PM
  • FERRARI F1

    Well I like it. It's....different Smile
    Martin
    • 18 May 2009 3:20PM
  • THE BOAT YARD II

    Lovely light...and I envy you the PC!
    • 21 Apr 2009 4:59PM
  • In The Company Of The Sea

    Trademark front to back sharpness. The sea has a painterly quality to it. Top stuff.
    Martin
    • 17 Apr 2009 12:43PM
  • BOVINE BEAUTY

    Like the processing style (as ever) on what is obviously a top shot.
    Martin
    • 15 Apr 2009 12:34PM
  • Beyond The Sea

    Not one for the purists - who cares! Cracking seascape although I have to agree about the vignetting.

    Martin
    • 9 Apr 2009 12:38PM
  • Sizewell

    Pleased to be 30. Good clean shot.
    Martin
    • 27 Mar 2009 12:38PM
  • Your portfolio is proof that the click count is deceiving. If it were a true reflection of your obvious touch the RC award count would be very much higher.
    • Posted on joolsb's profile
    • 17 Dec 2005 11:06AM
  • Wildlife is not really my scene, but even I can recognise quality and anyway your landscapes are also really superb!

    Martin
    • Posted on Marian's profile
    • 3 Jan 2006 10:01AM
  • Just found your portfolio - absolutely superb and a real inspiration to a less adept 20D owner! Now in my favourites list.

    Martin
  • I just read a comment you put on your Corfe Castle image about not being happy with them. Why not? I think your PF is superb, and one that I would be extremely proud of.

    Martin
  • Dave, just found your PF. This what I can only aspire to!

    Martin
  • I aspire to this level of expertise..one day maybe. It's pleasure and inspiration to view your work.

    Martin
  • Hi Anne,

    You just commented on my latest Steephill Cove upload, so I came looking! I'm glad I did - beautiful portraiture and a really good PF.

    By the way, I work in the harbour office at Yarmouth and sail out of the RSYC! It's a small world and I hope our paths cross sometime.

    Martin