Discussion in 'Photo Sharing' started by Dave, Jan 22, 2012.
Finally found another use for that Baby Oil eh Calvin ?
Come over and see me sometime, Jim .....
This one from last night turned out a little unusual ... It's a drop of washing up liquid in water ...
Can't see the image ? - and "NFW"
Strange.... Maybe the powers to be deemed it rubbish and took it down!
I'll repost it later, Jim
Edit.... I can see it, Jim.
Can someone else take this one.....even I'm running out of suitable riposte's
Been there for me all along. Cool bunch of bubbles.
Reminds me of .......never mind
Here's a few from a walk in the woods today.
Getting Ready by simon ess, on Flickr
Birch Bark by simon ess, on Flickr
Seed Head by simon ess, on Flickr
Fit to Burst by simon ess, on Flickr
Old and New by simon ess, on Flickr
Early Sign by simon ess, on Flickr
A few signs of spring.
Can now see it and it's a cracker
Nice - gotta be #2 for me though
I hate to agree with my old nemesis, Jim, but I do. Nice shots Simon.
So the Sun is out, and went in the garden. Not much unfortunately but just this
Very nice, Delvey.
Hello Jim! ...
Cheers! Thought I'd try something different. Happy with it as a first attempt.
A couple taken with a Tamron 90 with extension tubes
Tulip Stamen by Tonkie93, on Flickr
A little bit of Macro! by Tonkie93, on Flickr
Great shots Tonkie
I do love my Tamron 90mm
That tulip shot's a cracker Tonkie.
Tulip! I thought that was another lit match shot like Calvins!
Great shot though!
Me too. You wouldn't want to get close and take a big sniff of Calvins..
Both great shots though.
What do you mean, exactly?
+1 love that one
+2 Very bold and dramatic.
The light was dismal today. Only got a couple worth posting.
Green Bud by simon ess, on Flickr
Nut Cup by simon ess, on Flickr
Nice Simon - our "budding 'Tog"
Well, until the insects show up. Then I'll be "bugging" everyone.
Making the most of my wifes Valentine flowers before they die.
Orange germini by Goonieman70, on Flickr
Cracking shot, Goonieman.
Lovely - nice colour and composition
This is a hopper that people buy to feed their lizards.
Hopper 2 by simon ess, on Flickr
Hopper by simon ess, on Flickr
Nice captures Simon - for some reason when I read the thread title I was expectig some sort of device for feeding mealworm to them or something
Who started part four and didnt tell me ?
I bin sitting watching the end of part three for ages now.
Not been taking any shots, I bin poorly again, bronchitis twice in 2 months. On the plus side, the lodger moved out and I got my office back, so I can do more PC repairs etc now.
Some really cracking shots chaps, nice scorpion fly in a recent one Simon, well spotted.
Best to all,
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