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A quick view of pfheyes's recent activity.

  • Light on Hathersage

    Great to see you're still getting out there, and this is a great image. Congrats on the award!
    • 24 Oct 2014 11:45AM
  • Old Man in the Trees

    Lovely, lovely image Chris, and deserving of the EC award. Great stuff.
    • 3 Oct 2014 12:28PM
  • Great Moss

    Thanks everyone

    • 2 Feb 2010 8:43PM
  • Stac Pollaidh

    Truly wonderful.

    • 17 Jan 2010 12:30PM
  • Coigach

    Great stuff. There isn't enough high mountain photography on this sight, in my opinion, and this is a sight for sore eyes. I've seen your work before via the MWIS site, and Colin Prior's recommendation is more than deserved.

    All the best.

    • 17 Jan 2010 12:29PM
  • Road to Llewellyn

    Thanks everyone - I didn't think this would break 10 votes to be honest. Smile

    All the best.

    • 17 Jan 2010 12:13PM
  • Winter Playground

    I like the scale that the figure gives to the landscape. Great stuff. I haven't hiked in this area yet, but consider me inspired. Smile


    • 17 Jan 2010 12:12PM
  • What can I say? Mountain photography that is equal to, and often exceeds, the images produced by Colin Prior. One day, I'd like to see these hanging LARGE in a gallery, and I will stay there a long time.

  • Doug, you are an underrated photographer on this site if you base it on click counts alone, but it proves that the dreaded blue heart is not a accurate measure of quality in its own right. You have an obvious love for the landscapes around you, and an eye for the light that illuminates them. Your images are beautiful, grand, and as inspirational as the landscape itself, and leave me hankering to return to these places. Need I say more?

  • You're in my Favourite Photographers, Chris. And coming from a picky so and so like me, that speaks volumes. Always a pleasure to view.

  • Inspiring work that gets better and better with each upload. I visited the Bay Area a few times (I have friends over in Oakland) and your images have given me ideas on where to visit the next time I get over there. Oh yeah, and you've given me recurring nightmares about tarantulas on Mt. Diablo. :o)

    A portfolio to be proud of.

  • Far too many misty trees and puffin EC's in your portfolio, Andrew. Wink


    p.s. The fact that everything else in your portfolio is outstanding is an irrelevance.

    p.p.s. Who am I kidding? Great photography and a portfolio to be proud of. Smile
  • Adam, the consistency of your portfolio is truly impressive. Interesting, often inspirational and always a pleasure to view.

  • What can I say - your work has always had a unique look to it, and it has been rightly praised by legions of EPZ members. It is fascinating to see your work change and evolve over the years and it's amusing to see you referred to as a landscape photographer sometimes, because I think your images go beyond that in terms of subject matter and execution.

    Classy, evocative, inspiring ... and that's the just images. I dunno about the photogapher though. Wink

    All the best.

  • I guess you'd probably prefer to be up in the hills rather than photographing them, Gwyn, but we wouldn't be blessed with your images on this site if that was the case. Always a pleasure to view. Keep them coming, Mr. H, keep them coming. Smile

    • Posted on gwyn h's profile
    • 6 Dec 2005 9:26PM
  • I think it's all been said - not only is he an inspirational landscape photographer (as well as studio photographer etc. etc.), he makes time to lend a hand, answer questions, and generally be an all round good bleurk.

    • Posted on keithh's profile
    • 6 Dec 2005 9:23PM
  • I admire the quality of your portfolio, Iain, and especially the variety in the subjects you tackle. An excellent photographer and a top bloke too.

    • Posted on claret's profile
    • 2 Mar 2006 12:01AM