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  • china doll

    • 1 Jun 2019 6:03PM
  • Autumn Mist

    Beautiful scene
    • 6 Nov 2018 7:25PM
  • ***** in colour

    Sadly so did I !! Back in the 70ís!!!
    • 18 Oct 2018 8:14AM
  • Andrews Mare,New Forest

    Quote:This is a terrific view Peter, the colours are simply beautiful. Pam

    Thank you very much
    • 22 Jul 2018 7:46PM
  • Sunset, Kimmeridge Bay

    Quote:I love the colours, but I'm not sure about the left hand side of the frame, I like the exposed rock lead in, but I keep wanting to swing the camera to the right to get more of that sunset. Strange because I really like your other similar image in the different light.

    Hi. its a fair point. I did consider it but actually most of the glow was hidden behind the hills there but i understand exactly what you are saying. thanks for taking the time to comment. Regards

    • 22 Jul 2018 7:03PM
  • Adonis blues courting

    Lovely Image Mike.
    • 27 Jun 2018 8:22PM
  • Mycena

    Quote:First, I can say that I don't agree at all with Leekins. Photography is not just about making copies of reality. It is also very much about creating images which in turn create responses from viewers (which this one has done!) And I really like the crystal sharpness of those tiny drops on the left and the pastel softness of the fungus. For me, it's a beautiful image.

    Here is a very similar image SOOC to compare colours, saturation, and focal point. This image does not make your eye wander off the left and out of frame because it is focused and sharp in the wrong place. It doesn't make you cringe with the excessive and false greenness of it, and the moss and everything else has a range of natural shades which is far more pleasing to the eye.


    Can I first of all say Mr Leekins that as the individual responsible for the taking and processing of the image then I always appreciate constructive comment. To that end I accept some of the the things you say about the focus point. I wanted to use a shallow depth of field mainly to knock out background distraction but this did result on losing focus of the tree root. Apologies if the image made you 'cringe' but I can say that i did not add saturation at all. In fact one of the things that influenced me at the time was the almost luminous nature of the greens in the forest that day in the morning light.
    • 4 Oct 2017 9:04AM
  • Really impressive work
    • Posted on MandyD's profile
    • 21 Aug 2010 8:46AM
  • A great P/F - Particularly like your butterfly images!
    Look forward to more!!
  • A superb p/f
  • An impressive p/f. Enjoyed looking very much!
    • Posted on bobalot's profile
    • 9 Jul 2008 12:07PM
  • A truly inspirational p/f
    Added to faves!!
    • Posted on Mari's profile
    • 7 Jul 2008 8:42PM
  • Great p/f. Particularly like your flying bird shots! Something to aspire too!!
    • Posted on bzbee's profile
    • 15 Jun 2008 9:53AM
  • Impressive p/f Sue
    • Posted on Sue_R's profile
    • 26 Feb 2008 6:54PM
  • Only stumbled across your p/f today although have voted on your work before. Really impressd with the quality of your images. Look forward to more

    • Posted on hayleyk's profile
    • 9 Jan 2008 5:47PM
  • Really like your work - very classy!!
    • Posted on chase's profile
    • 28 Dec 2007 7:07PM