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Feel free to browse, comments & critiques welcome! Have deleted most of my portfolio recently - decided to start again.
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A quick view of mikesavage's recent activity.

  • Smoker.

    Seeing as the '80s have been mentioned, the pose and the wisp of cigarette smoke remind me of Sean Young in the film ‘Blade Runner’.
    • 3 Jan 2016 6:54PM
  • Merry Christmas Everyone

    Sexiest Xmas pic on EPZ! Tongue
    • 26 Dec 2015 5:06PM
  • The measure of a woman

    And if you're an atheist?
    • 19 Dec 2015 5:42PM
  • Portia Victoria

    • 28 Nov 2015 6:49PM
  • Aphrodite

    A delicately-crafted image, and a lovely model too.
    • 22 Nov 2015 4:01PM
  • Autumns Palette.

    Lovely mixture of colours.
    • 7 Nov 2015 12:38AM
  • Frost - 2.

    Good macro work - plenty of detail in those ice crystals!
    • 5 Nov 2015 1:41AM
  • A lot of very well-crafted images in your PF!
    • Posted on fazzer's profile
    • 30 Mar 2015 10:59PM
  • You have some great autumnal shots here!

  • Thanks for your recent comments on my pics! Your landscapes are coming along well - just avoid the vignetting that occurs in the corners of some pics, presumably due to the use of a lenshood that's not intended for the wideangle zoom you're using.
    • Posted on jacquig's profile
    • 11 Nov 2013 2:14AM
  • A beautifully-crafted series of images!

    • Posted on PinkK's profile
    • 13 Jun 2012 8:58PM
  • Some really good close-ups here - I particularly like the frog, the blue tit & the robin!
  • You've got some top flower shots in here, and no mistake!

    • Posted on RonnieAG's profile
    • 25 Mar 2012 11:45PM
  • Some very nice work here! The Showcase pics in particular seem to work well together.
  • There are so many top-quality lanscapes in your portfolio that I can't comment on them all individually - and you certainly don't need any more 'clicks'! Well done!