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Photo of the day

Discussion in 'Photography and Photos' started by Helveticum, Tuesday October 20, 2015.

  1. gile

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    Getting some time to practice.[​IMG]

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  2. jimmyc

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    What the bottom one? it looks like a toy. :)
     
  3. Benz3ne

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    Cripes! That's what I call a shiner.

    Matches her coat perfectly... wish her a speedy recovery from me!
     
  4. Will do! The pic doesn't do justice to the colour of it, it's like paint with little variation over her eyelid. Brilliant detail for a phone pic cropped in.
    She did her own hair this morning...
     
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  5. Yes, my daughter found it in a charity sale and immediately asked us to buy it so our dog has a friend.
     
  6. jimmyc

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    Yea i know, i was just having a laugh. Its a near perfect match for your (real) dog.:)
     
  7. gile

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    Coffee time[​IMG]

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  8. SR-Minch1.jpg

    Rock light - the Minch - from Rum looking north-west towards Barra, South Uist and Benbecula.

    I.

    @Barry Giddens
     
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  9. Beautiful Iain.
     
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  10. The technical quality of the image is irrelevant for me, it's the photo that counts, i have to agree with Wayne on the B&W really draws the viewer's eye to the elegant subject...superb photo. Regards. B.
     
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  11. In my early rebellious childhood days, whilst climbing to the top of a horse chestnut tree to shake off some prize conkers, only losing my footing & receiving two beauty shinners, along with a broken collar bone & a fractured left ankle..I was gving the name 'Tarzan' by the nurses who cared for my ailments....It wasn't too bad, i got a few weeks off school , ''swinging the lead" for a short time, until my father said, 'don't push it son' and had to return to school on crutches...Witch Hazel is excellent for bruising..she'll soon be on the mend.Regards.B
     
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    Loch Awe- last night - central Scottish Highlands. The last usable light of the day. Nikon D700 and 16mm - 35mm lens. As still a night as I can remember in this part of the world. A nice fire going - an even better bottle of Glenlivet and fine company. Happy days. Yours - I.

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  13. Sublime Iain. It sounds as though you had a fine old time.
     
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  14. Happy days indeed and a great shot. P.
     
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  15. patw

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    The best of times Iain,nice photo.
     
  16. Love the reflections. P.
     

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