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Wow, great photos, feeling somehow inadequate...!

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Wow is understatement.  This is what is beautiful about photography.  Thank you very much for sharing this!

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Those are fabulous!

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Fantastic.

 

(When I first typed the above I inadvertently put in a space between the "n" & "t". Maybe I should have left it. FAN TASTIC).

 

Allan

 

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All very impressive, but I particularly liked the view from the bus window, unlike some of the others, a shot within the grasp of most ordinary folk!

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On 29/10/2019 at 13:57, Steve F said:

Wow, great photos, feeling somehow inadequate...!

 

Never feel inadequate yes they are good photos but your work is your own and the problem with stock photography

is that all too often we get lost in the drive to take more an more images in the vain hope of making money.

 

This is my particular favourite though :) all about being in the right place at the right time

 

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The Power of Lightning by Elena Salvai

This one is fantastic, but a bit too close for comfort. Especially seen in the light of the recent loss of Keith who, most likely, was out getting storm images. 

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9 hours ago, Bryan said:

All very impressive, but I particularly liked the view from the bus window, unlike some of the others, a shot within the grasp of most ordinary folk!

 

Good point. I tend to get overwhelmed by spectacular images like some of these as they are so far removed from my daily life. I also prefer to run the other way when lightning strikes. 😛

 

Having spent much of my youth in snowy Montreal and surroundings, I like the image of the motorcycle stuck in the snow. It brings back some memories. I used to stow my beloved Triumph motorcycle in the garage for the winter, but I can remember getting caught in some unexpected autumn snow storms -- not exactly a lot of fun. Also, helping to push stuck cars out of snowdrifts was almost a daily ritual during the winter.

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 Great stuff indeed, but they make me want to put on a heaver sweater and crawl under the duvet. 

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1 hour ago, Ed Rooney said:

 Great stuff indeed, but they make me want to put on a heaver sweater and crawl under the duvet. 

 

Don't forget to wear you're wetsuit as well!

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16 hours ago, Bryan said:

All very impressive, but I particularly liked the view from the bus window, unlike some of the others, a shot within the grasp of most ordinary folk!

 

I had the same thought.

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