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Abstract - an oil leak is not usually a good thing, but worked well for you - nice colours!
Showcase - I'd not heard of a Beluga aircraft, but I can see it is aptly named. It must have been scarily close - I like the colour palette, the field and hedge leading you through it and the moody sky - makes it more interesting than against a plain blue sky to me.
Show case is good, looks like you were pretty close.
Thank youI have been rubbish with comments this year and it seems I have completely missed your thread. I am not going to try and comment on a whole years photos just my favorites of the ones I can still view.
Holly and your "wild" squirrel are both lovely shots ab your flora shot is stunning.
Your snappers choice daisies looks simple and is very effective I really like it and I love the liquid daisy shot too.
The detail in the small robin shot is great poor thing looks like he has been in a fight and the same goes tor your tiny shot.
The lighting on the snappers choice sunflower makes a beautiful shot.
The roller is very colourful and I love your digital manipulation of the elephants.
The leaves look real I too wondered how you had done it before I read your description, a topical and very poignant image
Discover a magnificent art installation by Peter Walker, designed as a stunning visual interpretation of the Star of Bethlehem at Chester Cathedral during our Christmas Tree Festival.Intriguing xmas lights thingie - tell us more!
Thank youLovely colours and plenty of interest there. Good job to get to the end and Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Lovely colours there Allan,
Glad I clicked to look on Flickr as a lot sharper, really is a lovely Christmas image.
ThanksWow! This does look terrific on Flickr. A nice finish Allan. I've enjoyed looking at your pics throughout the year.
See explanation somewhere above,Given the figures at the bottom, and the apparent height... Some kind of Cathedral perhaps?
The lights themselves aer cool, but I especially like the way they have lit the figures at the bottom.
Thank youThat's a cracking finish to your 52 Allan