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I hope that some of the pictures bring a smile to your face. Others may encourage you to plant something in your own patch of earth.

Regards Jacqueline
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  • Flower (pink)?

    Looks like an Azelea flower to me.
    • 5 Feb 2016 8:54PM
  • Thick knee

    Beautifully sharp good capture. Might be worth cloning/dodging the dark patch about halfway down on the left edge or cropping the left side- its a bit of a distraction.
    • 5 Feb 2016 8:51PM
  • o o

    Good sense of speed with the blurred background. Not much detail in the blacks. Might be worth doing a little bit of dodging on the trousers and the back of the bike to bring a little detail in.
    • 5 Feb 2016 8:47PM
  • Indian Roller

    The original uses the negative space to the left of the bird but I feel that the image looks better flipped. The eye starts with the wing and body of the bird and is drawn up towards the head following the lines formed by the feathers on the breast, until it reaches the eye and beak.
    • 5 Feb 2016 8:43PM
  • Tenerife_Old and New World

    Very hard light. You did well to control it. The white car might be a bit blown out highlights wise but the handbag and strap looks ok to me.
    The lady is wearing a dark bra underneath her navy top. Under bright light some of these materials turn a little translucent it is to do with the way the light hits the fibres. Just watch out for that in future.
    • 5 Feb 2016 8:38PM
  • Hi..I'm spidy

    Good catchlight in the eyes. Sharp detail. I agree with Paul about the title.
    • 5 Feb 2016 8:24PM
  • That Building !!!

    Love it
    • 3 Feb 2016 8:28AM
  • Hi Ron

    A super portfolio. Many thanks to you and Maggie for the super presentation you gave to Watford Camera Club last thursday. "The Big Print Show" was certainly big. An inspiration to us all.
    Looking forward to seeing you both next season.

    best Wishes Jacq
    • Posted on rontear's profile
    • 12 May 2015 7:37PM
  • Wonderful gallery. Good to see you and your good lady at the final of the Federation of North West London Photographic Societies last saturday. Superb judging and critique as usual. Looking forward to your talk next season too.
    • Posted on rontear's profile
    • 24 Feb 2014 9:43PM
  • You really are an inspiration. Your portfolio has really made me think. My creative juices have been spiked. Thank you
    • Posted on Tonyd3's profile
    • 6 Mar 2010 8:18PM
  • Earlswood Sunset is a real stunner. I love looking at your Pf there is such a variety here. The presentation is alway spot on.
    • Posted on dven's profile
    • 11 Jan 2009 10:03AM
  • The Niles flows are brill. Your shots are never boring.
    Regards Jacqueline
    • Posted on Bob_V's profile
    • 11 Jan 2009 9:52AM
  • Hello Brian

    I spent some time this afternoon at your exhibition At the Regent Centre Christchurch Dorset.
    What a pleasure it was. Portland Light and In the Gloaming Mudeford Harbour are stunning shots. The light in both is just glorious.
    Love in a mist - I'd be interested to know which paper you used for that one. The Prop Rider looked as if it was coming out of the picture towards me. As for the Snow leopard and the Ocelot WOW! how long did you have to wait to get those.

    You've have really inspired me.

    Regards Squirrel
  • Your flowers are a real inspiration.
    • Posted on dianah's profile
    • 23 Sep 2008 3:08PM
  • The blue boat is cracking. To me it is the perfect boat shot.
  • I have learnt so much from looking at your pictures. The composition of you shots is second to none and they way you present them is brillant.
    • Posted on looboss's profile
    • 23 Jul 2008 11:12PM
  • The Vietnam pictures are stunning, a real inspiration.