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    Re: Lord's Cricket Ground

    Thanks for your comments guys.
    Yes, Bo, I've been lucky the last two seasons they've let people on over lunch on days I've happened to have been there.
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    Re: How do I upload my pics now...?

    There are others more expert than I, but I believe that when posting an image direct to this forum the image automatically gets resized, which will reduce its quality. The rationale being that this...
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    Lord's Cricket Ground

    At the match this week spectators were allowed onto the playing area during lunch. It was impossible to get shots without other people in them, but these were my favourites of the Pavilion.
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    Re: Tower Bridge at night

    Lovely set, Brian; you've really captured the lighting beautifully. :thumbsup: The thought of using an ISO level like that just makes me drool for upgrading my kit.
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    Re: Loughborough Station today.

    Really like that, Roy, you've made the most of the great symmetry. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Highland Lighthouse

    Lovely image, Tom; although I see where Nigel is coming from I like your composition. Lovely light with the shadow falling against the lighthouse tower. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Porthcothan sunset

    Very nice, John. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Dragonfly-Back of the head

    It may have come about by necessity, but it has resulted in a beautiful, unusual and fascinating image. :thumbsup:
  9. Thread: Scarborough

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    Re: Scarborough

    I like that better now, Bill. I had thought it was just about removing clutter but it really opens up the view of the tree and grassy bank. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Canons Ashby House And Garden

    Firstly, the composition is excellent, with the path leading to the church and the main building framed by the clouds.
    As to the processing, no it won't be to everyone's taste. I like it. That said,...
  11. Thread: Ilam Hall

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    Re: Ilam Hall

    Really nice set, Brian, and John said everything I was thinking (only more eloquently). Like the processing which feels just nicely 'painted' if you know what I mean. :thumbsup:
  12. Thread: Mealasta Beach

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    Re: Mealasta Beach

    You have captured the colours beautifully, Peter, and I love how the valley shape subtly draws your eye to the water splash. :thumbsup:
  13. Re: Kozfest Sunset - now with all the contrail in

    Well done for perservering with it, John, but there's no contest which is better...
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    Re: Chihuly at Kew Gardens

    Thank you all for your kind words.
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    Re: Kozfest Sunset...

    Excellent image, John, and well worth all the angst and effort. I know what it is like when you can't get want you planned, but you mustn't let this blind you to what people see when coming to it...
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    Re: Scarborough

    Well spotted and nicely composed with the bridge framing the town. :thumbsup: I'd certainly experiment with taking at least the big sign off the lhs.
  17. Thread: Sailboat

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    Re: Sailboat

    I loved your surfer, and I love this too. In fact it has inspired me to play with something similar so thanks for that. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Challenge 155 Pets

    Thanks Colin, glad that you are back and all sorted.
    Congratulations, Brian, and well deserved; that is one heck of a great image. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Surfer, West Bay Dorset

    I relally love something a little bit different, and I think that is quite brilliant. A shame, perhaps, it is such a heavy crop as some detail of the surfer himself seems to have been lost, but the...
  20. Thread: Roe Doe & Fawn

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    Re: Roe Doe & Fawn

    Lovely composition, Trev. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Which is the better?

    For me, I don't think that the boulder has sufficient interest or texture to dominate the foreground, whereas the shoreline provides a good lead-in to the scene.
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    Re: Some more from Kenya

    Great set, Trev. As others have said, the zebra shot stands out for me. :thumbsup: But I do think the hyena is unjustifiably vilified when it is actually an intelligent and socially complex hunter,...
  23. Thread: Hippopotamus

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    Re: Hippopotamus

    Stunning images, Brian, and yes good idea to keep your distance. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Local Fishing Lake

    Thanks for showing us the comparison, Chris. Clearly demonstrates the value of turning the camera. :thumbsup:
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    Re: East Marden Well

    Really nicely composed with the splash of pink to balance the image. :thumbsup:
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