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    BLACKNESS CASTLE

    Murray, once a Hibee, always a Hibee, more like a recurrent mental disease or addiction to pain. The wolf fixaton is another dimension as you rightly surmised, and tourist seasoned with spinach and...
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    BLACKNESS CASTLE

    You're a brave pinholer indeed. I feel for your toesies. Wonderful shot of the castle, you've made it look like it should have the iconic status of Eilean Donan or Castle Stalker.
    How did you manage...
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    Bonnet Stane

    Wel OC, it's about time you put this one up! This is a highly original interpretation of the Bonnet Stane... and %$*&^"(*+@~#^&^%$%, you beat me to it! Never mind, I'm away there next weekend so see...
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    image revisited in b/w #4

    i immediately thought of a looking along the shaft of an elaborate peacock feather fan. Don't ask why, I haven't a clue, but this is a magnificent abstract, thoughtfully composed and your exposure...
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    Sunderland Bus

    Excellent idea!!! I love the motion, who needs PS? I like the breadth of your repertoire after only two shots! More please.
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    Main Street Tavern (revisited)

    So what was the grand total for this experiment in indoor wide angles, exposure times I mean ;D . The perspective is stunning and you've definitely extracted the very best out of the Acros. Artistry...
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    Millenium Bridge Newcastle

    Lovely shot of the bridge, excellent perspective to do its curves justice. You're in the right city for fantastic pinhole scapes. Looking forward to more.
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    how many problems in this image?

    Don't get me wrong Murray, I'm a great fan of jellyfish, even after having been stung swimming into a Lion'sMane when 8. And I really like the abstract effect. Well done for snatching fascinating...
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    golden gate park windmill

    Lovely set of images Erin. I am still discovering the joy of using Type 79, it has such diffeent responses from Type 59. I almost prefer the smooth flow of colours, and these shots of yours emphasise...
  10. Thread: River ZPs

    by biggoodwolf
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    River ZPs

    Amazing series, an excellent days work. The range of values is quite superb and your composition is outstanding. Very affecting and with great empathy for the micro natural landscape
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    creepy mannequins

    Excellent shot. Very atmospheric and now I'm afraid to go to sleep tonight
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    how many problems in this image?

    were these put through the wrong chemicals, and/or overprocessed. This does not look like anything I've ever seen other than the excessively bright bits on the end of slide films when returned from...
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    Cavadee celebration - 24x72mm

    These are an invaluable ethnographic record because they capture the movement and flow of ceremonies like this, and the dynamics of behaviour that allows huge groups of humans to operate together....
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    Walking the Dog

    A wonderfully varied set of pictures. I glad you used these as a series to tell a story.
    And I echo Paulbeard's comments.
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    Conversation Hearts

    Lovely shot and ingenious idea.
    However flattering, I'm already spoken for, my heart belongs to OC's legs.
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    New Lanark Waterwheel

    OC, this would never have worked without your legs. Do you want a slice of the worldwide sales profits?
    Many thanks for the kind comments, but I still maintain that many of the comments should be...
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    New Lanark Culvert

    I think you can just make out the singularity responsible for the suction, just right at the back nestled between the non-entity and the stray patch of limbo
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    New Lanark Waterwheel

    f138, fp4+, 25mm, exposure for many turns of the wheel, grasshopper.
    I fear a substantial light leak due to a ffaulty mechanism on the camera, a severely UV/ erosion compromised retaining rubber...
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    New Lanark Stack

    f138, fp4+, 25mm, exposure of a largish herd of elephants. Not at all sure what this stack was used for or the building associated with it - any help?

    Attached files ...
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    Greyfriars graveyard, Perth

    Fuji something, f138, 25mm 100 secs, long enough for me to lose the feeling in the fingertips.
    I wonder if this stone shows the first recorded casualty of Shinty (violent version of Irish Hurling,...
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    New Lanark Culvert

    f138, FP4+, 25mm, HC110. Worrying time watchng the slippery surface as my lensless pal balanced precariously on the wall - luckily its been getting gymnastics lessons from my partner.

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  22. Pinhole Image selected for Krappy Kamera IX

    I love the way the water seems dissociated from the sky as though rising in an incipient tidal surge, gentle yet irresistible and unrelenting.Knut, where were you when we needed you?
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    rebekah on the dam

    Well, you've done it again and with a portrait too. Have you any details of film and exposure time? Not that it matters since this is quite magnificent.
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    monument

    A brilliant INTER-pretation of cemetary architecture, The distortion and the tonality are augmented by the worm's eye view.
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    Under the palms - 6x17

    I was thinking it was dangerous for picnickers when the giants come back and find extra pieces sitting in the middle of their chess game. Lovely place, captured as though in thee 1940's
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