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paulknight

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  • The sunset , the longing, a reflection

    Very well worth the wait!
    • 20 Jun 2017 10:27AM
  • Lone Tree 2

    Beautiful! The grey cloud above contributes an interesting complication.
    • 20 Jun 2017 10:25AM
  • Dipladenia

    Wow! Spectacularly beautiful!
    • 20 Jun 2017 10:23AM
  • Liathach mono...

    Very effective. Even a bit scary. Might not be good to be there alone.
    • 20 Jun 2017 10:22AM
  • Scarce Swallowtail on Lavender

    Beautiful image. Well captured.
    • 18 Jun 2017 11:07AM
  • Winter flowers

    That's great photography. Well seen and taken. First view certainly captured my curiosity too.
    • 15 Jun 2017 11:35AM
  • Sand martins in flight

    Wow! Both brilliantly captured.
    • 15 Jun 2017 11:32AM
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  • Wow! beautiful range of images here! Thank you very much for the User Award today. Much appreciated.
    Best wishes, Paul.
    • Posted on ugly's profile
    • 16 Sep 2016 11:21AM
  • Your images are beautiful. What more is there to say.
    • Posted on madmatt's profile
    • 1 May 2012 10:29AM
  • Beautiful collection here Alan! Wow!
    Thanks for your comments on my latest upload, "Broken." The softness you mention on the trunk and branches, may result from the conversion for the web and subsequent quality reduction by ephotozine, as the uploaded file was probably a bit bigger than it should have been. The original prints ok at 48.5. cm.
  • Thanks barbara for your regular kind comments. You have some awesome photos in your gallery. Best wishes, Paul Knight
  • Hello Wefi, Thank you for your comment on my wind turbine photo. I actually took the photo with the deliberate intention of trying to exaggerate the hints that the scene was giving me, especially the constantly shifting spots of light on some turbines but not others. I was trying to make it "unreal" rather than real. I don't think the original photo would attract any interest. But you never know!

    Beautiful collection of work you have! Congratulations!
  • Hello DRicherby,
    thank you for your comments on some of my photos a few days ago. I have as you suggested cloned out the ground in the photo of the 4 Nikau palms and uploaded it it a few minutes ago.
    Thank you again.