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Critique By: Aaron Miller  (K:15)  
10/31/2014 8:46:54 PM

Do you think the trees get lonely out there?
        Photo By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor

Critique By: Aaron Miller  (K:15)  
10/31/2014 8:45:57 PM

This is very pretty to look at. Thank you for sharing it with us.
        Photo By: Dolle  X  (K:455)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:45:25 PM

I would rather be buried in some cypress grove
I would rather be buried in some cypress grove
To have some woman, Lord, that I can't control

        Photo By: The Pilgrim  (K:42379) Donor

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:40:58 PM

You were lucky to get this, these chaps don't hang around for long.
Lovely photo Eric.
Regards
        Photo By: Eric Peterson  (K:4316)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:34:28 PM

Another beautify landscape Danny. I like the way you've embraced the patchy light. I've noticed the beauty of this before when viewing landscapes from an elevated viewpoint but have never seen it used skilfully and effectively photos until I saw yours.
Great work Danny
Regards
        Photo By: Danny Brannigan  (K:19122)

Critique By: Darryl  Barclay  (K:4712)  
10/31/2014 8:25:20 PM

Great use of shadow and light. The colors really pop and the sharp focus and DOF make this an outstanding view. Darryl
        Photo By: Srna Stankovic  (K:161740) Donor

Critique By: Darryl  Barclay  (K:4712)  
10/31/2014 8:21:59 PM

Wonderful capture of this Squirrel. The light, DOF, and sharp focus work together to make the photo outstanding. Darryl
        Photo By: Eric Peterson  (K:4316)

Critique By: Ayan Mukherjee  (K:5366)  
10/31/2014 8:20:20 PM

A stunning macro Nigel,
Excellent colour tone and compo.
Best regards
        Photo By: Nigel Watts.  (K:21293) Donor

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:20:06 PM

You've managed to bring some order to the chaos.
Regards
        Photo By: Dolle  X  (K:455)

Critique By: Ayan Mukherjee  (K:5366)  
10/31/2014 8:17:47 PM

Great capture Eric,
excellent composition with nice saturated colour.
Best regards
        Photo By: Eric Peterson  (K:4316)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:17:28 PM

Good one Fabio (I can see other animals as well)
Regards
        Photo By: Fabio Keiner  (K:66693)

Critique By: Ayan Mukherjee  (K:5366)  
10/31/2014 8:16:05 PM

Excellent David, nice composition.
Very well done. Regards
        Photo By: David Rodriguez  (K:10515)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:12:22 PM

Very nice Nanda. Like how your embossment is an integral part of the image. Do you use this to advertise in some way?
Regards
        Photo By: Nanda Baba das  (K:69694)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:07:51 PM

Wonderful light Srna, some beautiful golden colours too
Regards
        Photo By: Srna Stankovic  (K:161740) Donor

Critique By: Mary Brown  (K:71624) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:04:55 PM

Hi Roswitha. Yes, it certainly is a beautiful area. This picture is from Bark Lake, just a little way outside Barry's Bay.
        Photo By: Mary Brown  (K:71624) Donor

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 8:03:21 PM

Beautiful photo Konstantin.
Regards
        Photo By: Konstantin Yudintsev  (K:3060)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:59:38 PM

Very interesting and thought provoking. Well done Marius
Regards
        Photo By: Marius Manole  (K:117)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:57:03 PM

Haunting. Well done Barbara
Regards
        Photo By: Barbara Socor  (K:7574) Donor

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:54:42 PM

Wet, wild and woolly.
Nice one Barbara
Regards
        Photo By: Barbara Socor  (K:7574) Donor

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:50:01 PM

When I was a child these seeds used to blow around in the southerly storms that brought relief at the end of a hot summer's day. We used to call them Santa Clauses because they were very soft and white like Santa's beard and hot summer days come at Christmas time in Australia.
Lovely photo Greg, evokes nice memories for me.
Regards
        Photo By: Greg Sava  (K:6449)

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:42:18 PM

Excellent idea and excellent composition. So simple but so effective in monochrome (almost monochrome)
Regards
        Photo By: Marian Man  (K:78552) Donor

Critique By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:38:35 PM

Merci, mon ami Alfonso :)
Saludos
Jan
        Photo By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor

Critique By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:35:47 PM

Muchas gracias, Alfonso :)
        Photo By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor

Critique By: Alfons Rial  (K:1743) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:33:06 PM

Un gran momento!
        Photo By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor

Critique By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:30:44 PM

Yes its something like that.
But I don't know where I took the picture. So many towns.
Perhaps a french version of Cessnock
I remember there were vinyards, and a valley something like Val de chasseur, yes and an old coal mine.
        Photo By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor

Critique By: Alfons Rial  (K:1743) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:30:36 PM

Un lugar así Impresiona.
        Photo By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor

Critique By: Paul Freeman  (K:4826) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:20:48 PM

So let me catch up here: We have a woman leaving the shop, seemingly unscathed by her experience. Another woman contorted by the experience and known to some as a Cakehead (similar to Frank Zappa's Conehead). A third woman, also known as a Cakehead, who is the owner of a very ugly dog (undisputed).
Have I missed anything? No. Allow me to hypothesise about the ugly dog. It's master (third woman in the shop) probably buys its meat from a suspect pinkish looking butcher.
Was this town called Cessnock?
        Photo By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor

Critique By: Ayan Mukherjee  (K:5366)  
10/31/2014 7:20:46 PM

Thanks a lot Paul for your visit.
Glad you like. Best regards
        Photo By: Ayan Mukherjee  (K:5366)

Critique By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:20:05 PM

Great photo.
Mystery.
Bravo
Jan
        Photo By: The Pilgrim  (K:42379) Donor

Critique By: Jan Symank  (K:18712) Donor  
10/31/2014 7:18:04 PM

A very nice moment, I hope she could play well too.
Your photo is very good
Saludos
Jan
        Photo By: Alfons Rial  (K:1743) Donor


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