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  • Sunset at Felixstowe

    Leedsbremner, the man who collects gold must be rich, mustn't he? Sunset is every man's gold, a treasure that we all can see. I like your precious finding. But as gold shines in the mix with lots of other soil and mud, your gold has come with lots of other stuff. They are only useful if you intent to keep them in your pocket. But should you? I would suggest you to look at the whole scene again. I realise by looking at it that Felixstowe does not have lots of tall buildings whose silhpouette can be easily recognised and stamp them on the map. However, the sunset and its reflection on the water conveniently is falling between two buildings. That narrow space seems to me the most interesting one. The one you should keep in your sieve with the lens attached on it. So a vertical frame is what I suggest, and seeing things vertically is not a bad idea. Too much water? The sea is always inviting. And what does a man do in front of such gold? He takes off his shoes leaves them on the shore and falls in the sea to get his gold. Should it happen next time would you affort to miss it again? Pablophotographer

    • 30 Jul 2016 5:23PM
  • Super Nova Stalker

    It's a blessing, thanks for sharing. I hope Fuji keeps making that thin memorykeeper called film. Pablophotographer
    • 30 Jul 2016 1:45PM
  • A Needy Look!

    I think it's not a matter of quality but a matter of content.
    Its verticals are right and it's sharp enough for me.
    It may be a decisive moment as well,
    although I suspect Cartie-Bresson might had saved the frame for something else.
    The late Bill Cunningham had never shot one like this.
    Bruce Gilden, maybe? Sort of it, but..... hardly.
    I think we are all unique. Each one shoots for their own reasons.
    Sometimes one picture may not reveal the intention behind it.
    You may be building material for a book, which is positive.
    Life can mean a lot if we make something out of it.
    Apologies if I sound unpleasant but I am being honest.

    • 29 Jul 2016 7:02PM
  • Blackpool Tram

    Interesting vehicle which reminds me the Alfa Romeo Trolleybus of the fifties.
    I am in favour of the mono it brings an air of nostalgia in it.
    Unfortunately that retro feeling is killed by the strap going across the man's white shirt, which stamps the picture into the last decade. I don't think he is a conductor, which could be a good reason to keep him in the frame. The inclusion of the modern cars on the right of the tram is far less intrusive and goes almost unnoticed. The proportions of the frame make me suspect it was shot with a mobile phone. Zooming with them maybe a chore so getting the picture is far more important than zooming on the fly. Now we can sit down and talk about it, may I propose a tight crop from the left, leaving the two men out - he sign can stay , or be excluded entirely, the item that steals the show here is the tram, so give it all it deserves. Great capture Jasmine.
    • 29 Jul 2016 5:40PM
  • Norway through MY eyes

    Yes, it seems a good day to ride a bike. About 25 years ago an athlete friend had an accident with his Transalp, up in Norway he had done a huge trio all over Europe that year. Met bad weather, bike crashed on his legs, Kept his legs but never walked again. He said ''my mind is still free to ride; I am happy''. His lovebird's name is Silje, she is very beautiful.
    • 28 Jul 2016 9:22PM
  • Lay down

    Hmmmm youth is ephemeral, good you grabbed her beauty at this tiny slice of time. She reminds me someone, she had no tattoo, just a scar from a bike fall on her left foot, I do recall noticing two white hair growing amongst all the black on the head of a lady with the body like this model. ''She aged'' I thought to myself ''but I won't stop loving her''. Some pictures we may never take can stay in our minds forever.
    • 28 Jul 2016 9:12PM
  • The Bride and Groom

    My best wishes for happiness, longevity and longlovity Smile
    • 28 Jul 2016 6:40PM
  • Welcome back Ross.
    • Posted on Ross_D's profile
    • 29 Jan 2014 10:50PM
  • I came to notice Iain due to a skillful set of pictures he had taken, quite innovative, very clear as concepts, and excellently executed.
    The last characterises all of his portfolio, as his skill shine.
    Iain is a proof that it is much better for a photographer to stop worrying about the equipment and start focusing on knowing to put it in good use and also of how important the imagination is for turning the ordinary into spectacular.
  • Tactile, well seen and well shot pictures. Congratulations IgorKo!
    • Posted on IgorKo's profile
    • 14 Mar 2013 3:13PM
  • I speak in a language which is not my own, with the conventions it has and it places on my opinion for Alda's work. I hope I shall be understood.

    Alda does not "take pictures" as a photographer. She "makes pictures" like a painter does. A painter has an idea, or a stimulus, and works with his/her tools to make it. I think Alda does the same but instead of brushes, she uses a camera. She portrays "inner thoughts" which she turns into images for other people to see. Not many people have that charisma and that doesn't mean any less for people who shoot more "formal" type of pictures.
    • Posted on Alda's profile
    • 3 Mar 2013 8:00PM
  • I shall agree with Karl above, I came to know glenn's work through his kind advice. His work is a meticulous celebration of light, shapes and life. His shots are well thought, not just opportunistic or lucky, "Sans tÍte", "Joy ride" prove a photographer who is not only able to conceptualise a picture but is readily prepared to make it happen also. I wish you all the best Glenn, it is a pleasure and honour to have you here.
    • Posted on GlennH's profile
    • 26 Feb 2013 9:10AM
  • Great work. Lighting, composing, timing work perfectly and harmoneously. Bravo.
  • Quality in a variety of subjects. Congratulations.
  • Welcome to EPZ.

    Shot to a professional standard.
  • Nice portfolio. Congratulations
    • Posted on stevewlb's profile
    • 27 Dec 2012 10:21PM
  • In this quiet and cold night let me bid you farewell with the words of Oscar Niemeyer, the great Brasilian architect, designer of the city of Brasilia and the UN district in NY (among others; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Oscar_Niemeyer_works ) who passed away a few days ago in old age: "When they ask me if the idea of people admiring my work in future, when I will be deseased, pleases me I remind them that these people, too, will pass away at some time. Everything has a beginning and an end. I have. You have. Architecture has [an end]. We must try for the best, yet remain humble. Nothing lasts for ever."

    Monuments or miniatures we all contribute to the human civilazation.
    May your Soul Rest in Peace.
    • Posted on f8's profile
    • 9 Dec 2012 11:11PM