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The Little House Under the Mountain

The Little House Under the Mountain by AngieLatham

Hi Angie, you are putting up some really great landscapes. This one feels extremely cold and this is a string image because of the way the mountain looms over the cottage, like it will engulf it. I could see you doing some artwork where the mountian comes alive to do just that!


Morning Light

Morning Light by jeanie

I really like the texture of that water. Very smooth and purple-y, amongst other things! I must admit that I've never been up this far before sunrise for a shot!


On the fence

On the fence by dawnmichelle

A difficult shot to get because of the dark head and bright background but the contrast looks fine to me. I hope you get better soon. I haven't been around EPZ much lately due to lots of extra work because I don't know how long my job may last. I work for the State of California and those big deficits may get me! So I'm saving my money.



BRRRRR by dawnmichelle

That does look cold! I guess I won't mention that we are relieved that our hot spell is over...lol!


End of the cycle

End of the cycle by wvmountaineers

Yes, either this way or with even more road would also be good. You live in a scenic area so I look forward to more. Try some with fog for extra depth and that spooky look too. Good to see you uploading!



AGDEN... by andytvcams

I realy like the colours on the far shore and how the warm light filters through to the green trees behind. The still water doubles the effect too!


This is Scotland

This is Scotland by David_Gus

There is a lot of blue but I like the wide angle and the longish exposure shows off the structures of the rock and beach.


First macro

First macro by taupo

You are off to a great start. What is in the frame looks good. Sharp in the right spots and the colour looks natural.


You Can't Hide

You Can't Hide by kaybee

A great shot for sure. I'll have to see the pap shots when I get off work. Living vacariously and all that!


Mystic Symphony

Mystic Symphony by Neil_Higgins

Yes, this is my kind of shot... risking life and camera to get the shot. And the atmosphere in this image could not have been created any other way. I'm having the same sort of issues regarding time for photography right now.


quiet thoughts

quiet thoughts by beckas

Yes this really is excellent. A lot of thought went into it and as with the classic oil portraits of years past, it's all about the light. A great use of natural light with good backlighting too. The weather has been warm lately. lol.... Oh when will this heat end? (written for the benefit of our UK friends probably suffering in the damp chill of fall!)


Etive Textures

Etive Textures by richardwheel

This sure has a lot of dynamic elements working together as all have mentioned above!


Wast Water

Wast Water by Wooly

An awesome place and I like the water texture especially.


Elgol Twilight

Elgol Twilight by AngieLatham

What an awesome place! I MUST go here someday. Why is 30 seconds giving you noise? I have not had that problem unless it is a warm night with exposures over 4 minutes or cool nights over 12 minutes.


Cruachan at Loch Awe

Cruachan at Loch Awe by AliMurray

I like the massive view and soft light.


GIBSON MILL ...again

GIBSON MILL ...again by Hanners

lol... So now you admit to the new name? Could be appropriate after seeing this!


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Added Date: 09/01/2006 - 8:12 AM

Angie, your creativity and photographic skill are quite inspiring. It is always enjoyable to see your latest work. I never know what to expect, but it is always dramatic and it really shows the beauty of your corner of the world!

simon butterworth

Added Date: 02/12/2005 - 8:06 AM

Simon, from you I've learned that good photos often take a lot of effort to get, and that the results are often WELL worth it.


Added Date: 02/12/2005 - 8:03 AM

Debbie, from you I've learned that even if life is difficult at times, it is still possible to improve one's self, enjoy nature to it's fullest, and bring joy to others.


Added Date: 02/12/2005 - 8:00 AM

Greg, from you I've learned that it is possible to have fun with photography and still shoot excellent photos of a very high standard.


Added Date: 02/12/2005 - 7:45 AM

Susie, from you I've learned that is it okay to take shots in the bright daylight!


Added Date: 02/12/2005 - 7:53 AM

Keith, from you I have learned that taking a truly good photograph takes an incredible amount of experience, timing, thought, patience and heart. You give it your all and that inspires me.


Added Date: 02/12/2005 - 7:55 AM

Ange, from you I have learned to spot details in the landscape that I might have passed by otherwise.


Added Date: 05/12/2005 - 8:22 AM

Liz, from you I've learned that there are an incredible number of ways to take a photo. Not just photos of Ger... um.. I mean flowers, but of anything. I experiment much more at a single location because of you.


Added Date: 06/12/2005 - 7:05 PM

Oh.. your niche is landscapes. Those latest ones are awesome.


Added Date: 06/12/2005 - 6:54 PM

Christine, I never know what you'll put up next, but I do know that it will be interesting whatever it is. Variety is the spice of life they say. 'They' are right!


Added Date: 05/12/2005 - 1:39 PM

Okay... how did you do this great banner?? Anyway, you add humor and experimentation to EPZ in a big way. I hope to see lots more from you in the future.


Added Date: 06/12/2005 - 6:35 PM

Ian, from you I've learned to look at everything and not just head to my destination. You take such a wide variety of shots (as Debbie said) that I remember them when I'm driving around, and I often end up far from where I thought I'd go because I see an unexpected good shot!


Added Date: 13/12/2005 - 7:49 AM

Tanya, from you I've learned to stop and notice the small details right beneath my feet. I probably walk right by lots of good shots, where you might look down and see something I'd missed! I hope you get that EC and POTW...


Added Date: 20/12/2005 - 6:41 AM

Nik, from you I've learned how important it is to go to a wide variety of places and concentrate on the light and feel of that place. Even though you do mostly landscapes, they each have a different look to keep us guessing what you'll put up next.


Added Date: 15/05/2006 - 6:16 AM

Hey Jouko,
From you I've learned that you can have good friends from the other side of the world. I've learned to keep a good positive attitude even when things are not going well. I've learned that there are 300,000 lakes in Finland and that you have 299,998 left to photograph with your new lens. I've learned that a camera can function in temperatures below -30c. I've learned about ice fishing and ice swimming. I've learned much more than this, and I'm sure I'll learn lots more from you in the future!