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  1. Graham

    Nikon D750

    I've since found out i need to copy the html code into a html to bb code converter then copy and paste into here.
  2. Graham

    A Grizzled Skipper

    Hi all, So happy that the insect season has begun and as the warm airflow has set off a vast assortment of butterflies there are lots coming out early. this is the 1st one I have managed to get a shot of, luckily on Saturday the garden was shaded and the local temp was several degs down so I was...
  3. Graham

    Nikon D750

    Hi all, long time that I have not posted anything here photo wise, well I dusted off the D750 and went to the coast as I could see some nice soft airy clouds. Does 500PX have a BB code like flickr, I don`t see one. GRE by Graham . on 500px.com GRE by Graham . on 500px.com GRE by Graham ...
  4. Graham

    One of the lucky ones

    There are 2 birds that mesmerise me, these and the starlings, These are so beautiful when seen close up and I like the way they walk/strut. Lovely shot Lez.
  5. Graham

    Nikon D750

    Apparently the 24-120 is a decent lens and obs if you're lucky and get a perfect match with camera and lens you won't look back. Oh and welcome.
  6. Graham

    The Official TP Funnies thread ( Joke's Meme's etc )

    No idea, can't see the front........ [emoji23] [emoji23] [emoji23] [emoji23]
  7. Graham

    Some more mono landscapes

    Last one is a winner for me, I would try and rework the lights/darks to try bring out a bit more depth on the 1st one. Maybe more contrast to the middle of the shot, down in the Vally. PS, Your flickr photos are downloadable by anyone.
  8. Graham

    Show us your ICM shots

    That`s why they call it Panning and why it`s not a ICM shot. 2 different names for 2 different things. Take it as you want m8, i`m jesting...:ROFLMAO:
  9. Graham

    Show us your ICM shots

    Nope, fail sorry.......:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::banghead:
  10. Graham

    A few from January and Feb

    Some lovely finds there Dave, well done for getting out. You should find some butterflies now.
  11. Graham

    Critique Cold at Saltburn...

    I like 3, 4 and 5. Last one has a H U G E dust bunny
  12. Graham

    The Official TP Funnies thread ( Joke's Meme's etc )

    This man is Magic but his are fake, mine are REAL......:puke::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
  13. Graham

    The Official TP Funnies thread ( Joke's Meme's etc )

    These are sooooo funny, keep it up....(y)
  14. Graham

    Afternoon, in the garden, late February

    Lovely colours in these shots Nick, 3 & 4 are my favs.
  15. Graham

    Beginner Which lens should I choose for astrophotography

    Hi Ian, Welcome to TP, the place where you will get loads of advice and you will gain some very helpful friends here. I have a IRIX 15mm 2.4 lens, they also do a 11mm but that is a f4 so forget that. If you have a look on ebay I am sure you may find one that is in your price range although...
  16. Graham

    The Official TP Funnies thread ( Joke's Meme's etc )

    ** Be aware ** We ordered a Chinese takeaway from a local place (I won't name them) just been to pick it up and as I was driving home, I heard the bags rustling and moving!!WTF??!!! I thought what the hell is that. Has something got in the bag, I thought I could see a little pair of eyes...
  17. Graham

    Wild A little Jumper.

    Thanks Chris [emoji106]
  18. Graham

    Wild A little Jumper.

    Thanks Nick, I have been out again today and I find them everywhere on the stoney ground and these ones can really jump a long way.
  19. Graham

    Wild A little Jumper.

    Thanks, this sp lives in the fields with rocky area's. When you have a good sunny day, look on fence posts or on rocks, not always easy to see but if you are patient you will find one.
  20. Graham

    Wild A little Jumper.

    Thanks Alf [emoji106]
  21. Graham

    Wild A little Jumper.

    Thanks George
  22. Graham

    Wild A little Jumper.

    Thanks Paul, a new one for me, it`s a boy/man/male btw :-)
  23. Graham

    Wild A little Jumper.

    Hi all, Well, It`s warming up here in the South east of France and today was the 1st real day out to get some butterfly shots and whilst trying to sneak up on a Bath white I nearly stood on this little chap. Meet AELURILLUS V-INSIGNITUS (V-FRONTED JUMPER) (Male) This is a 1st for me to find...
  24. Graham

    Some from last year

    Lovely shots Dave and some lovely finds. No idea about the shield bugs.
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