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  • Sun Voyager

    Thanks for working your magic Willie Smile
    • 15 Jan 2015 10:09PM

    tasty looking pie! I suppose you use the feet as toothpicks? The whole crow looks less convincing than the feet!
    • 17 Nov 2013 11:21AM
  • Gulfoss

    It was a bit too watery Chris; The spray kept blowing back over me which meant frequent lens wiping! It must have been equally spectacular frozen solid! (it was May when I went).
    • 6 Nov 2013 7:33PM
  • Devil's finger #2

    Thanks Mike, It wasn't easy to get an uncluttered bg without becoming a mole!
    • 1 Nov 2013 5:00PM
  • Devil's Fingers

    yes I see what you mean flowerpowerTongue and the smell it gave off only added to that impression I'm afraid!TongueTongue

    Thank for all the interest! Being embedded in the turf didn't make it easy to photograph but at least it is a "record shot" even if of dubious technical quality!TongueTongue
    • 26 Oct 2013 10:56AM
  • Cider maker

    Thank you Smile
    • 17 Oct 2013 5:59PM
  • Hurdle making #3

    Thank you Smile
    • 17 Oct 2013 5:59PM
  • I love your studies of the macaques. Really delightful images.Ben
    • Posted on rontear's profile
    • 14 May 2010 6:52PM
  • Your Cornish Dawn series are great; very envious that you can take them from your window!
    • Posted on VIKI's profile
    • 30 Apr 2010 4:53PM
  • Your series on the Berlin Wall art is fascinating. Thank you for sharing it with the rest of us,
  • Great PF - you are now one of my Quick Links, just sorry its taken so long for me to find you! Ben
    • Posted on MalcolmM's profile
    • 12 Oct 2009 12:44PM
  • A really excellent set from your to Afghanistan tour. I agree with Penny you should set them up as an exhibition (you might have missed it as a new E2 feature while you were away Wink) I started at the first one and clicked through them. I thought Freddie was an Afghan rat but he is much closer to home!
    • Posted on Cole's profile
    • 23 Nov 2008 5:19PM