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  • Tunnel vision by Baz72

    I like this - nice composition
    • 19 Apr 2009 8:07PM
  • The Sage. Newcatle by danbrann

    It's a really nice shot, but I hadn't realised that they'd moved the Sage across the river from Gateshead! Wink

    James the Pedant
    • 28 Apr 2008 9:23AM
  • Doorway by scragend

    Very strong. I like it.
    • 3 Jan 2007 9:29AM
  • Road to Nowhere by ERSImages

    Lovely lines.

    • 13 Dec 2006 1:34PM
  • Furrowed Brow by chesh

    I really like this. I love the furrows going in two directions, the shadows on the distant ones, the perfectly exposed sky, and the central tree really works.
    • 11 Dec 2006 10:10AM
  • Takes All Sorts by OpenC

    Great idea.
    • 1 Nov 2006 12:57PM
  • light no1 by tonyphilmore2

    I love abstracts like this. Nice one.
    • 30 Oct 2006 4:21PM
  • The Way Home by Jkent

    This is great. I had an idea to take a shot of my whole journey from work (45 mins - which actually includes Curbar) to see what it looked like, but decided that it would look crap! This looks really good though. I can image this as an album cover...
    • 18 Aug 2006 12:13PM
  • Bracklin falls Scotland by javas

    But...but....the water's not blurred! You can't take a picture of water without blurring the water! Wink

    It's so nice to see water droplets. It make a refreshing change.
    • 23 Jun 2006 10:33AM
  • Magpie Mine 3 by TinHob


    taking the photo had a very cold, damp feeling to it!

    • 12 May 2006 4:06AM
  • Happy Snaping by Francois Lepinay

    Could do with being a bit sharper, but it has so much life and energy in it. Love it.
    • 25 Oct 2007 12:15PM
  • ++++ by CaptivePhotons

    This is great - very effective. Although perhaps the black sky detracts from the car a bit too much.
    • 10 Aug 2007 1:25PM
  • Jolly Joanna in Mono by conrad

    I have to say that I love the B&W version, although it looks good in colour too.
    • 10 Aug 2007 1:19PM
  • Folk On The Pier by MDaniel

    I love the movement of the people
    • 10 Aug 2007 1:16PM
  • Sunflower by billma

    Lovely detail
    • 10 Aug 2007 1:08PM
  • Cabin Decor by A_Harrison

    Great study
    • 10 Aug 2007 12:51PM
  • Winter by WilliamGee

    I like this photo, and I think it gets across what you wanted. It benefits from reading the notes to put it into context. Perhaps if you got more of the inside of the bus, (including yourself?) the picture would say more without needing to be explained.
    • 26 Jul 2007 4:30PM
  • Clevedon Pier by ljesmith

    I agree with everything Ben says. Wonderful shot (as always). I must get myself a good wide angle lens...
    • 26 Jul 2007 12:39PM
  • Early Harvest by Stewy

    I like this, although I agree with SH2006 about the use of the grad filter - I prefer a more natural look.
    • 22 Jul 2007 7:41PM
  • Best Friends by Vilcens

    i love this shot - it looks like they're having great fun and it's a great composition. It's a shame about the hat shading the eyes, perhaps a burst of fill-in flash would have helped, or a reflector, but that's not really practical for spontaneous kid's shots!
    • 19 Jul 2007 8:25AM
  • Grass by TinHob

    Thanks for the advice. I agree, there is too much out of focus, and what's in focus seems to be random. The grass was quite 3D, with bits sticking out toward the camera making it difficult to get everything in focus. Perhaps I need to find a flatter sample...
    • 19 Jul 2007 8:04AM
  • Clevedon by ljesmith

    I don't know how you do it. If i'd taken this, it would have been a boring snap of someone on a playstation. But this is art, and social commentry, and it just says so much, and has so much mood. The annoying thing is that I can't put my finger on specific differences between your photos and my snaps.
    • 14 May 2007 2:08PM
  • refraction by clintnewsham

    Good shot. I think I would have taken the shot further down the bottle and cropped off the top. The line of the background are lost in this area and the detail of the top distracts from the bent lines. That's my thought, anyway - but most of my ideas don't work out!

    • 3 May 2007 2:09PM
  • tat by spaceman

    I really like this shot. Could it do with a bit more space at either side of the sign? Perhaps by changing to landscape? Probably just personal preference...
    • 13 Dec 2006 1:29PM
  • Zoom! by RachelMB

    I really like abstract shots like this. It's the kind of thing that could be dismissed as childish scribbles, or sell for 200 in a gallery.

    It's possibly a bit overexposed in the middle, and you can make out a bit of the tree in the top right, which detracts a bit, but otherwise a great shot.
    • 19 Dec 2006 9:43AM
  • Burning Sunset by Bridie

    This is a great shot. I would have, perhaps, taken a step to the left to try to get all of the tree in the lighter part of the sky. The top left of the tree just gets a bit lost in the dark sky. Still a great photo, though.

    • 14 Dec 2006 11:39AM
  • The Wave Texture by Derek3755

    Fantastic texture
    • 15 Feb 2007 12:22PM
  • Swing by daviewat

    I love this. You've chosen just the right shutter speed to blur the water without losing all definition.

    • 22 Nov 2006 8:25AM
  • Brighton Belles by OzofNene

    I have to say that I don't understand the clicks on here sometimes, and it's not just pretty girls that get all the attention. There are some member that always seem to get 60 or 70 clicks, even for pretty hopeless shots, whereas lots of interesting shots by other members get very few. Number of clicks often doesn't reflect quality of image, sadly. Perhaps the photos should be anonymous. Gripe over.

    Good shot, by the way, she's got very nice...
    • 20 Feb 2007 4:19PM
  • Whitby Pier by msnapz

    This is fantastic. It's got everything; great sweeping lines, light trails, misty water, lighthouse reflections, detail, and the colour of the sky going from white, through orange and blues to black. And yet, even with all this, it doesn't look messy. Wonderful shot.

    • 18 Feb 2007 9:18PM