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Thank you for taking the time to view my images. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have enjoyed capturing and creating them.
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A quick view of sandrish's recent activity.

  • "Buttonhole"

    Beautiful carnation well captured and presented. Certainly does not need a border - the black background contrasts so well with the colour of the flower.

    • 30 Jan 2011 4:53PM
  • clanger capers!

    Great set of images. Wonderful detail and clarity.

    • 30 Jan 2011 4:50PM
  • Mist Over Alderman

    Beautiful landscape and stunning reflections. Thank you for the MOD on my Fire and Ice. Must practice cloning.

    • 30 Jan 2011 4:48PM
  • Orchid

    Beautiful work, love the colours and the softness.

    • 30 Jan 2011 2:03PM
  • Canal In Winter

    Beautiful scene, well captured.

    • 19 Dec 2010 9:27PM
  • River Ouse and York at night

    Brilliant shot, with good lighting. Spent a few days in York at the end of June so I recognise the scene very well.

    • 28 Aug 2010 9:02PM
  • Amanda

    Very original and interesting shot.

    • 28 Aug 2010 8:58PM
  • Wonderful varied and interesting portfolio. I especially like your flowers and all your cats. Lovely clean, well presented, bright and sharp shots.

  • Just had a good look at your portfolio which I think is excellent. I particularly like your flower shots (which I am just experimenting with myself) and also your cross country and equestrian photos which must be so difficult to capture.

    • Posted on una's profile
    • 18 Mar 2007 7:58AM
  • Just had a look through your portfolio - you have some really lovely shots, especially the macro flowers (which I am experimenting with at the moment). I am going to acquire a new camera later on in the year when finance permits! I did have a look at a 350D at the weekend but I am a bit unsure about getting a DSLR and might think about a Fuji S9600.

    Enjoyed your portfolio.

    • Posted on AngelaR's profile
    • 18 Mar 2007 8:23AM
  • Thank you for your kind comments on my Portfolio Pete. I really appreciate it as I feel I am at the bottom of a very long learning curve!

    Really enjoyed going through your portfolio. Love the puffin pics and love the St. Ives boats picture.

  • Thanks for your suggestion of an Olympus E500 as my next camera. I will certainly add this to my list of contenders! I did look at various reviews of it and it looks good. I am not ready to buy until November when I receive a small monetary award (150.) for achieveing 25 years service in the NHS. I know it is not a huge amount but it is certainly a good contribution. At the moment I am really keen on macro shots, especially flowers and plants, but do want to branch out more into other realms eg landscapes and portraits and may be bird photography so I suppose I need a pretty versatile camera.

    I have really enjoyed looking through your PF, especially the showcase which is excellent. Black and white photographs always take me back to my childhood when I spent hours looking through my parents' photographs (my dad took many photos during the war when he was in the desert with his little Brownie camera!). I now have quite a lot of these which I treasure and have scanned.

    Once again, it is a pleasure to browse through your interesting and varied collection of work.

    Regards, Sandra
    • Posted on imagio's profile
    • 10 Apr 2007 5:48PM
  • Grahame,

    What a pleasure it is to browse through your portfolio. Your beautiful images are so inspirational! I really don't know how I have missed these in the Reader Gallery. Not only are your capture of the flowers technically very good, the presentations are so imaginative and unique. I have only recently taken an interest in flower photography and am finding it extremely enjoyable. I visited my local garden centre yesterday and asked permission to photograph the plants and flowers which I was granted - I then found myself in another world!

    I look forward to enjoying more of your shots in the future.

    Regards, Sandra.
  • Just had a good look through your portfolio which I enjoyed very much. I am experimenting with flower shots at the moment and find your portfolio very inspiring.

    • Posted on Mavis's profile
    • 18 Mar 2007 8:43AM
  • I keep coming back to have a look at your portfolio - it is very inspiring. You really do have a gift with these flower images.

    Thank you very much for the 30th click on my tulip. This is my first RC. Much appreciated. I must say I am really enjoying creating these flower images although I have a lot to learn!

    • Posted on chrissd's profile
    • 24 Mar 2007 2:26PM
  • Very varied and interesting portfolio which reflects your obvious enjoyment in photography. I totally agree with what you say about capturing a moment in time. This is the main reason I enjoy photography.

    Keep on having fun with your photography!