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  • Puffin


    Quote:Beautifully isolated Phil, how long did you wait ? Patience.
    Ron

    Thanks Ron, could have stayed there all day....lovely birds.

    And Thank you to ValSaxby and Taggart for their kind user awards.
    • 30 Jun 2016 11:08PM
  • 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