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  • threshing at old hall farm

    Brings back memories of standing on top of the great vibrating machine, feeding the sheaves with a whomph into the drum. Nicely captured scene!
    • 24 Mar 2017 12:42PM
  • The art of welding

    Considering that you took this with a pocket compact, it's an impressive piece of work by both you and your camera. Well captured!
    • 26 Feb 2017 5:40PM
  • Pittenweem Harbour

    A big thank you to everyone who kindly left comments and votes on viewing this photoSmile

    • 25 Feb 2017 10:24AM
  • The New Bridge At Night

    Thank you everyone, for your comments, votes and for viewing this photo.
    • 17 Feb 2017 3:46PM
  • A glittering evening in the lap of river GANGA...

    Good composition, lovely colours. Like the boat in the foreground. May I add that it's a good idea to "bracket" your exposures. That is to take several shots of your scene at increasing lengths of exposure; eg. 2, 4 and 8 seconds. That way you are more likely to get one just right, and you will know what exposure to use for that or a similar scene another time. The brightness of night scenes varies a lot and if you're shooting near dawn or dusk the light level will be gradually changing.
    • 15 Feb 2017 8:09PM
  • Gujarati

    Excellent B&W portrait. Thanks for sharing it. It's been well worth seeing.
    • 30 Jan 2017 4:25PM
  • Scene At Glencorse Reservoir

    Lin and Vikram,
    Many thanks for looking at this photo and kindly leaving your positive comments! Smile
    • 27 Sep 2016 11:45AM
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