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phil_j

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  • Squirrel at the double

    Cheers Ron, I will take a look.
    • 4 Nov 2015 12:11AM
  • Damselfly 2

    Another very nice close up shot of a Damselfly
    • 13 Jun 2014 7:06PM
  • Damselfly

    Nice close up of this Damselfly.
    • 13 Jun 2014 7:06PM
  • Red Fox

    Superb close up Mya, well done.
    • 8 Jun 2014 12:01PM
  • Great Spotted Woodpecker

    saw my first young GSW's at the weekend as well Ron, lovely shot.
    • 6 Jun 2014 5:07PM
  • Natural Framing

    Thank you Phil, apprecaite your award very much.
    • 5 Jun 2014 10:59PM
  • craggwildlife

    Fantastic detail in this image.
    • 5 Jun 2014 12:13PM
  • HO yes its that time of the year

    Lovely image
    • 4 Jun 2014 10:33PM
  • Little Owl

    Thank you to all for the comments on this image, and a big thank you to Bob for his UA and to Keith for the GEA, very much appreciated. Thank you also Nigel, this was the only image I had forgotten to dust bust on, now done!!
    • 4 Jun 2014 8:56PM
  • The Female of the species...

    Thanks for the comment Lee, I can assure you the background is as shot, this was taken from a hide with a screen set up on the opposite side of the river bank.
    • 21 Sep 2013 9:05PM
  • Poised

    Many thanks everybody, always appreciated.

    Phil
    • 16 Jun 2013 9:32PM
  • Chestnut the Hedgehog

    What a lovely story Ade, and my admiration goes out to you for what you have done here, if only there were more people around like yu.
    I hope that things start to improve for you soon as per health matters, it's always nice to see your [hoto's and comments.

    Take care Mate
    • 28 Apr 2013 8:14PM
  • "My Friendly Neighbourhood Heron"

    Superb detail Ronnie, wonderull portrait.
    • 25 Apr 2013 11:55AM
  • Taking home Tea

    Thank you Colleen and Carol Grin
    • 21 Apr 2013 7:29PM
  • Dudley Dog

    Nice portrait of your lovely little dog, try to focus more on the eyes though rather than his nose, this is one I shot of my little chap https://www.ephotozine.com/user/phil-j-44156/gallery/photo/first-studio-sitting-32423094 maybe select a larger f number to increase the depth of field, try it again, would like to see some more.

    Hope this helps

    Phil
    • 23 Mar 2013 8:33PM
  • "Pals"

    What a lovely image Ronnie.
    • 17 Mar 2013 2:11PM
  • Foxton Locks

    Great series Ed.
    • 17 Mar 2013 2:10PM
  • Nuthatch

    Thanks all.
    Adrian, this was taken in Stanton Wood, Stanton Country Park just outside of Swindon.
    Phil
    • 4 Mar 2013 6:21PM
  • Out For Early Morning Forage

    What a lovely capture Brenda, a cheeky little guy.
    • 3 Mar 2013 10:10PM
  • Cotswold Country Road

    Lovely scene, a wonderful place to stroll along and unwind.
    • 3 Mar 2013 10:07PM
  • Connie

    Made me smileGrin a great shot.
    • 3 Mar 2013 10:06PM
  • Do you STILL love me?

    Who could resist!!!
    Lovely portrait of a lovely dog.
    • 28 Feb 2013 11:09PM
  • Give Me Attitude

    What a gorgeous Cat, lovely eyes. A super shot.
    • 26 Feb 2013 9:58PM
  • First Studio sitting

    Thank you all for the comments.
    Willie, thank you for your comments, I appreciate them very much, the red/pink tint you mention is actually his natural colour, Oliver has very pink areas of skin around his muzzle and mouth that shows through his fur. He is still a young dog and has a lot of puppy pink about him.

    Phil
    • 25 Feb 2013 8:34PM
  • Male Demoiselle

    Great image, I agree with Colin above, this looks like a Blue Tailed Damselfly.
    • 18 Jan 2013 5:00PM
  • Star Trails at Ashness Jetty, Keswick


    Quote:of the star trails are reflected have you thought of cloning them out and just leaving the trails in the sky?


    Great shot, agree with Eric, I feel the refpected trails draw the eye away from the super sky trails.

    Phil
    • 8 Dec 2012 11:25PM
  • Under attack

    Thank you all,
    Richard I used a small white reflector.
    • 3 Nov 2012 12:01PM
  • Unknown Fungi

    Thanks Tony, I must admit that was my first thought, it was amongst a small batch of Fly Agarics, what made me think not was that normally the Fly agarics spread outward and curl up at the ends rather than hang ike this. I have emailed a fungi expert to try to get an answer.
    • 30 Oct 2012 10:18PM
  • Red and Green's

    Thanks all, and thank you Pete for the HC on this and my previous shot, much appreciated.
    • 14 Oct 2012 7:50PM
  • Women's 100 metres T11


    Quote:Well done you BTW for volunteering your time for this very worthy event......Big pat on the back from me!

    Ade



    Its been one of the most emotional and humbling 2 weeks of my life Ade, being self employed it was basically an unpaid working holiday but I would gladly do it all again tomorrow if the chance came around again. My final shift was Saturday and I can honestly say the tears were flowing as my fellow Gamesmakers in my area said our farewells, we met some inspoiring people, saw such amazing feats of achievement and watched in awe at the determination shown by all the athletes.
    I have a nephew who has Cerebral palsy, I see he struggle sometimes.....us that are considered "able bodied" should applaud our wonderfull "Team GB Paralympians".

    Phil
    • 9 Sep 2012 6:59PM