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A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD by Antonia Thompson
A FLEETING MOMENT AT RUISLIP WOODS by Ray Staff The weather was very changeable and I had the luck of capturing the rays of light through the trees.<br /> <br />Fuji XH1 1/30sec at f9
A SUMMER PLACE by Peter Dale
ALASKAN ICE by Peter Dale
ANGEL TRUMPET by Chunilal Chavda-2
AS THE SUN BREAKS THROUGH by PhilipToms OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
AUTUMN TREE by Val Walker I like experimenting with painting effects and this is the oil painting filter used on a shot taken at Kew Gardens on a misty autumn morning. I like the contrast between the colourful tree and the subdued effect caused by the mist.
BANDED DEMOISELLE by Philip Toms OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
BAYAMO, CATHEDRAL DEL SALTISIMO DE BAYAMO MANZANIL by Trevor Hyde CANON 5D MkIII, CANON 24-105 mm ZOOM LENS, ISO 500, 1/50 sec, f18, 40mm<br />PHOTOGRAPH WAS TAKEN FROM ROOF OF ADJACENT HOTEL IN THE DAWN LIGHT
BEACH HUTS by Ray Staff This was taken at Blackwater in Essex using a long exposure to make the water appear misty.<br /> <br />Fuji GFX 50S, 120 seconds at f16, 23mm prime lens, big stopper and tripod
BENDS AND CURVES by Belinda Ewart
BICYCLES by Roger Cole
BITTERN IN FLIGHT by Mike Walker This was taken at the RSPB Minsmere Reserve, Suffolk. About 12 pairs nest in the extensive reed beds, making it the best place to see them in the UK.
BLOWING IN THE WIND by David Milton
BOAT ON BUTTERMERE by Craig Bellis Canon 6D, EF17-40mm lens @35mm<br />30 second exposure at f11<br />Little stopper, polariser, graduated filters and Tripod. <br />The little stopper flattens the water and gives movement to the clouds in the sky.
BRIMHAM ROCKS by Brian Gibson-2 Brimham Rocks near Harrogate, Yorkshire.<br />Canon EOS 5D Mk4. EF 16-35MM F4L IS Lens.<br />ISO 200. Exposure1/160 f8
BROKEN PEWS by Neil Jackson Nikon D750, f8, 1/25 sec, ISO 100, 24-70mm at 24mm, Tripod<br /> Old Chapel in Liguria, Northern Italy
BROWN EYES & PONYTAIL by Alan Rhodes OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
BURLESQUE PERFOMER by David Milton
BUTTERFLY by Annie Ajaka
CAUGHT BETWEEN THE TRAFFIC by Denise Odell Taken under the Westway at Ladbrooke Grove. I liked man's image and that colour of his suit and tie matched the colours of the bus.
CHARLIE by Tom Barclay
CUCKMERE HAVEN AND BIRLING GAP by Brian Gibson Cuckmere Haven and Birling Gap, East Sussex by Brian Gibson<br />Canon EOS5D Mk4. EF 70-200 f4L IS lens at 135mm.<br />1/160 sec @ f11
DANCING COSMOS by Catherine Allen
DAYTIME APPROACHES by Paul Burwood
DELICATE by Annie Ajaka
DIANE SPEAKERS' CORNER by Craig Poltock
DOOR AND VENT by James Dunlop
DOVERCOURT by Belinda Ewart
ELEVENSIES by Brian Collinge
EUROPEAN BEE-EATER by Mike Walker Bee-eaters nest underground. This bird was waiting for its mate to emerge from the narrow tunnel to the nest so that there would be room for it to enter and feed a chick.
EVENING BOATS by Craig Bellis Canon 5D Mk3, EF24-70mm lens @24mm<br />HDR blended from 5 images at f13<br />Polariser, graduated filters and Tripod. <br />By using a number of images, I was able to expose for the darkness of the hills, and the brightness of the sky and blend them in lightroom to create one image
EXALTATION by Craig Poltock
FACELESS by Craig Poltock
FIRST LOVE by Antonia Thompson
FLAME HAIRED by alan rhodes OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
FROZEN by Catherine Allen
FURRYVOGUE by Claire Daltrey
GRUMPY BUT CUTE by Tom Barclay
HANABANILLA, LAKE HANABANILLA, ESCAMBRAY MOUNTAINS By Trevor Hyde CANON 5D MkIII, CANON 24—105 ZOOM LENS, ISO 100, 1/200 sec, f13, 24mm I WAS TRAVELLING ACROSS THE LAKE BY A SMALL FERRY AND LOOKED BACK TO SEE THIS SMALL BOAT TRAVELLING DOWN THE LAKE, WHICH IS IN A REMOTE AREA OF CUBA
HANGING AROUND ON THE SOUTHBANK by Denise Odell I increased the clarity of the image using Lightroom to make it look more gritty. I liked the position and interaction between the three people in the image.
HARTLAND QUAY by Ray Staff This was on a 4 day trip to Devon and while the weather was good, it wasn’t until the last day that the sunset was magical.<br /> <br />Fuji GFX 50S 30sec at f32, big stopper and tripod.
HILLSIDE CABIN by Roger Cole
HORSE POWER by Catherine Allen
HUDSON BENCH by James Dunlop
JULIACA LADY by Brian Collinge
LAKELAND FELLS by PhilipToms OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
LAST TULIP OF SPRING, by TREVOR HYDE CANON 5D MkIII, CANON 24—105 mm ZOOM LENS, ISO 500, 1/50 sec, f14, 24mm<br />PHOTOGRAPH WAS TAKEN IN MY BACK GARDEN DURING THE LOCKDOWN
LEATHER AND DIAMONDS by Alan Rhodes OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
LEAVING by Craig Poltock
LIFEGUARD ON DUTY by Paul Burwood
LILLY MOVEMENTS by Ted Weller Olympus E-M5 Mk2<br />Lens: Olympus14 -150 F4 - 5.6 Mk2<br /><br />Shutter Speed: 2sec @ F9 Hand Held<br />ISO: 200<br />Mode: Shutter Priority<br /><br />In Camera Movement Panning
LITTLE OWL by Mike Walker Unlike most owls, these are active during the daytime. They often perch on tree stumps or low branches to scan the ground for insects, earthworms and small mammals.
LONE TREE by Brian Gibson Lone Tree near River Thames at Hambleden by Brian Gibson<br />Olympus PEN-F. Zuiko 12-40mm f2.8 lens. 1/1000 @ f4.5, -0.7 EV compensation.<br />Oil Painting effect created with Topaz Studio 2 Software.
LOOK RIGHT by Denise Odell Taken at Remembrance Day parade in Ruislip. I liked the different expressions of the soldiers, especially the man with the moustache on the left of the image.
LOUNGE WITH A VIEW by Denise Odell Taken inside the Royal Festival Hall. I used Silver Efex Pro to give a more grainy image.
MANACA IGNAZAL by Trevor Hyde PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS THE HOUSE OF THE FORMER TOBACCO BARON, TAKEN FROM THE TOP OF THE TOWER USEDE BY GUARDS TO SUPERVISE THE SLAVES WORKING IN THE SURROUNDING PLANTATIONS
MARCO THE LIPIZZANER by Claire Daltrey
ME AND MY SHADOW by Paul Burwood
MYSTICAL TREES by Val Walker This is an example of a where looking down at a beach rather than out to sea, has produced an interesting image. Sometimes as the tide recedes, it causes small rivulets in the sand which look like trees. I love this effect and always look out for examples when walking along the seashore. The original colours have been enhanced in Photoshop.
NEW LIFE, OLD LIFE by Neil Jackson Nikon D750, f8, 1/30 sec, ISO 100, 24-70mm at 70mm, Tripod <br /> Window detail of old chapel in Liguria, Northern Italy.
NILE SILHOUETTES by Tom Barclay
NO PRESSURE by Belinda Ewart
ON THE BALCONY by Val Walker This image was taken in Valencia at the Arts and Sciences Park. I was taking the architecture and found the arches particualarly interesting. At first I was annoyed when the man appeared on the balcony but then realised that I really needed him to give scale and a focal point to the image.
OUTSIDE STAIRS by James Dunlop
PAINTERLY WOODLAND by Ray Staff Taken at Ashridge Park and processed in Photoshop to give a painterly effect<br /> <br />1/13 Sec at f11, tripod
PASSING BY by Jeff Haynes
PASSION FLOWERBEES by Claire Daltrey
PAVILON BENCH by James Dunlop
PENSIVE by Belinda Ewart
PETRIFIED OAKS by Brian Gibson Petrified Oaks at Mundon, Essex. By Brian Gibson<br />Canon EOS 6D Mk2 EF 24-105mm f4L IS lens @ 60mm.<br />200 ISO. 1/250 @ f8. Borders created using Topaz Studio2 Software
POLICE CLEARING THE DEMO by Jeff Haynes
POLLY by David Milton
PYLON PATTERNS by Antonia Thompson
RAGGED WING BUTTERFLY by Ted Weller Olympus E-M5 Mk2<br />Lens: Olympus14 -150 F4 - 5.6 Mk2<br /><br />Shutter Speed: 1/250 @ 5.6, Hand Held<br />ISO: 100<br />Mode: Aperture Priority<br /><br />Very Little Processing, Cropped and Boosted Levels.
RAINBOW BICYCLE by Chunilal Chavda
RAINDROPS by Annie Ajaka
ROCKY FORESHORE BY Brian Collinge
RUSHING OUT AND COMNG IN by Neil Jackson Nikon D750, f11, ½ sec, ISO 100, 24-70mm at 34mm, Tripod<br /> Clogher Bay, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
SAVING THE PLANET by Jeff Haynes
SLOPPY KISSES By Claire Daltrey
SOUTHWOLD BEACH HUTS by Val Walker A painting effect using the pastels filter in the artistic effects in Photoshop. I like the way the effect softens the colours but also emphasises the textures of the grasses in the foreground. Much better than I could actually do with pastels or a paintbrush!
STAFFIN ISLAND VIEW by Brian Collinge
STAY FREE by Alan Rhodes OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
STEEL AND GLASS by Paul Burwood
STUDIO MODEL by Ted Weller Olympus E-M5 Mk2<br />Lens: Olympus 60mm 2.8 Macro<br />Shutter Speed: 1/125 @ 2.8, Hand Held<br />ISO: 400<br />Accessories used: Continuous LED Studio Lighting with Reflector.<br />Very Little Processing, Cropped and Boosted Levels, cloned out unwanted detail.
SWANAGE OLD PIER by Craig Bellis Canon 5D Mk3, EF24-70mm lens @47mm<br />103 seconds f1<br />Big Stopper, Polariser, graduated filters and Tripod. <br />The big stopper gave a very long exposure time to make the sea flat and ethereal. <br />Some of the birds were asleep and did not move for the entire photo. <br />I like the way the pier curves away and takes me out to sea.
THE DANUBE by Roger Cole
THE EYES HAVE IT by Tom Barclay
THE EYES HAVE IT by Ted Weller Olympus E-M5 Mk2<br />Lens: Olympus 14-150 F4 -5.6 Mk2<br />Shutter Speed:1/1000 sec, F5.6, <br />ISO 640
THE LEAP by Catherine Allen
THE NEW SECRETARY by David Milton
THE TRANQUILITY OF FRANCE by Peter Dale
THREE SHIRES BRIDGE by Craig Bellis Canon 6D, EF17-40mm lens @26mm<br />30 seconds f11<br />Big Stopper, Polariser, graduated filters and Tripod in the water!. <br />The big stopper gave a long exposure time to make the waterfall smooth.
THROUGH THE HOLE by Chunilal Chavda
TO BOLDLY GO by Neil Jackson
WATCHING OVER YOU by Antonia Thompson
WHATS UP THERE by Annie Ajaka
WHITE-THROATED MOUNTAIN GEM by Mike Walker There are 50 different species of hummingbird in Costa Rica. This one is found in the south of the country at altitudes above 1800m (5900 ft). It visited a fuchsia bush just outside the door to our accommodation on several occasions.
WINDOW by Roger Cole
WONDER by Chunilal Chavda
WOODLAND by Philip Toms OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
WORLDS APART by Jeff Haynes
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