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Modern Shapes

Modern Shapes by RLB

About perfect in every way!


Spring Flowers

Spring Flowers by TrevBatWCC

These images are far more than just flowers in the spring. Your presentation and the added effort of the composition and framing have me stunned. There are no favorites to my eye, they are all pieces of artwork as well as great camera work.


Feather 2

Feather 2 by taggart

Superb !!

Museum Here

Museum Here by TrevBatWCC

Both work very well - amazing details - great composition.


Spanning the Big Spring Creek

Spanning the Big Spring Creek by taggart

A great study in textures, rhythm, and scale .... love the tonality variations.


War Memorial, Bourton on the Water

War Memorial, Bourton on the Water by TrevBatWCC

Two more incredible images - difficult to choose a favorite.


Shall we go for a paddle, then?

Shall we go for a paddle, then? by TrevBatWCC

These images are inspiring - you have taken your processing to an art form and they are so realistic that it takes little imagination for the viewer to feel like they are there.


La Sombra!

La Sombra! by Chinga

Great composition in V1

And their Shadows

And their Shadows by woolybill1

This is one heck of an image!!!

Curves and wire

Curves and wire by mrswoolybill

Got it! It's a great abstract image - (no clue what it really is)


Doris Longwing (Heliconius erato petiverana)

Doris Longwing (Heliconius erato petiverana) by gconant

Great capture - like how you stepped back to place this beauty in context.



Amaryllis by taggart

WOW ! Two very stunning images - somehow, the B&W seems to demand more of my attention - must be the wonderful contrasts. No critique intended here, the soft background could be darkened to add even more contrast in both images.


A Big Boy!

A Big Boy! by Chinga

Like your version 2 best with it's softer focus and slightly more subdued colors -


The Old Barn

The Old Barn by woodyp

Excellent B&W with great tones and subject matter.

A Broken Window

A Broken Window by taggart

This is a great study - I see 7 images, the overall composition and an image in the separate frames, each telling a different story (except maybe the top two). Well seen -


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