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Mudeford
5 stars
Mark Corby(27th June 2010)

Pretty good photo. I like the depth of it

Cathedral in distance
4 stars
Mark Corby(23rd May 2010)

This is a pretty good veiwpoint.. Gives an idea of how far away you can see the cathedral.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson
5 stars
Mark Corby(23rd May 2010)

good viewpoint and good photo 5 stars from me easily

Lincoln Cathedral
5 stars
Mark Corby(16th May 2010)

Class photo given the lighting conditions. Totally excellent and easily worth top marks which I've done

Lincoln Cathedral 6
5 stars
Mark Corby(16th May 2010)

Thanks cathyml ,the set gives a good idea of what a tourist might expect. Its a very photogenic place. Im not sure of rating this at all but what the hell.It has to be 5 lol.

Frosty fields
5 stars
Mark Corby(8th May 2010)

very much brilliant. Love it! easily 5 star.

Historic Railway bridge
2 stars
Mark Corby(2nd November 2009)

The main arguments seem to be it will cost a lot to restore but this has been proven to be a pile of sh!! The renovation and demoltion costs are the same. plus the fact it was sold for £1 at a public excluded meeting.And its very much against populsr opinion. IIm not sure if these peopkle can be voted out but they will be.

Old John Tower, Bradgate Park, Leicstershire
5 stars
Mark Corby(26th September 2009)

Great shot! Love the stark bw . The unusualness stands out a mile away. Ive trekked up that hill in summer and theres normally not as many people as this.

Leicester UK  1879 bridge due for demolition
5 stars
Mark Corby(26th September 2009)

Thanks steph. The truth is our council do not appreciate anything historic at all. They like all new construction and shiny modern things. Places like America have lots of new and nothing historic. History is worth keeping I feel.

Dennington Church
4 stars
Mark Corby(19th September 2009)

Nicely framed by trees on left and right. You've picked the ideal viewpoint here.

St. Peter and St Pauls Church, Brockdish
4 stars
Mark Corby(19th September 2009)

Good photo! You've managed to get it all in from an interesting viewpoint.

Garden spider
4 stars
Mark Corby(27th August 2009)

This is pretty good. Iknow these spiders are tiny things maybe 1 or 2cm across. Try and get some extension tubes jez to enable much closer focussing. The depth of field gets very narrow though.

Winter on the Downs
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th June 2009)

Love it! Pretty much classic sort of thing, dark in foreground lighter at back, you must have waited for the light, which can be a very long wait lol. Fantastic viewpoint too which you must have been chosen with care. These things tell me you're a very good photographer and a very patient one too. The result speaks for itself.

Siblings
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th June 2009)

Magnificent! Very dramatic. I like the low viewpoint but its exactly right to get the sea just clear of the beach rocks to tell you its on the coast if nobody knows it. Ther are some very classy photos on this site and this is one of them.

St. Paul's Cathedral London
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th June 2009)

Good photo and viewpoint. Looks a bit surreal to me, the juxtaposition of old and new but it does make a striking image.

Dusk at Swindon
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th June 2009)

I quite like this. Timeless.

Golden Hinde
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th June 2009)

Very good photo. Well composed. It has a lot of information here for anyone who doesn't know it which includes me. Easily 5 stars and by far your best Golden Hinde photo.

Thatched Cottage in Cropston, Leicestershire
5 stars
Mark Corby(31st May 2009)

quite beautiful. tells a story. Totally english.

Cossington Meadows
5 stars
Mark Corby(31st May 2009)

excellent photo

Driffield Show0012
5 stars
Mark Corby(9th May 2009)

Great photo! Love the threatening sky.

Part of the Wall.
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th May 2009)

Intriguing.The structure of the wall is EXACTLY the same as jewry wall in leicester(its on here if you search) except it hasnt got holes in where they shoved the poles for the scaffolding through

Normanby Hall 8
4 stars
Mark Corby(4th May 2009)

Interesting pic and a bit different. Good photo Lots of things to look at

5 stars
Mark Corby(4th May 2009)

I love these old cars!Did you use a polarizing filter to reduce the glare of reflections? It looks a bit shiny.

Victoria Pier
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th May 2009)

I like this its serene and restful.Would be a painting if theres a boat or something in it.

King George Dock
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th May 2009)

Good photo! The exposure is crack on.

Sewerby Hall 4
5 stars
Mark Corby(2nd May 2009)

unusual but effective it looks like those seats will be waiting for people till the end of the world

Sandsend 2
4 stars
Mark Corby(2nd May 2009)

this is pretty good. good viewpoint and composition

The swan
5 stars
Mark Corby(2nd May 2009)

classic sort of pic. Great photo! Move the swan a bit to left and this would be a painting

Some last repairs.
5 stars
Mark Corby(26th April 2009)

Good photo. the colours and composition are brilliant! theres also enough detail of weeds shells etc to break up flat areas.Excellent shot.

5 stars
Mark Corby(24th April 2009)

awww theyre so cute! made me smile too

5 stars
Mark Corby(24th April 2009)

Nice pic.This building was the one in "The Haywain" by John Constable, a famous painting.Its called Flatford Mill I think but unsure.

Goathland pedestrian crossing
5 stars
Mark Corby(24th April 2009)

I really like this ruth, reminds me of walking around small villages in autumn/winter, its always gloomy and wet.

Rochester Cathedral
5 stars
Mark Corby(24th April 2009)

Good photo. Ive just bought a wide angle adaptor cheapish (£29inc post) and cant wait to test it out, I cant afford a proper wide angle lens. So far it seems good, its a merkury optics thingy.

Summer in Snowshill...golden grains and cotton wool clouds.
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th April 2009)

I saw this on homepage. Brilliant!!

Garden door in Snowshill
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th April 2009)

5 stars for composition. This would be so easy to mess up. You've done really well here Barbara, good photo.

Front View Thatches
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th April 2009)

I like the light on this photo, reminds me of traipsing around these sort of places then the sun comes out. Cracking photo Bill.

Shags on rock, North cliffs of Isle Martin
5 stars
Mark Corby(2nd April 2009)

I like this too ,its quite unusual and has a real feel of my idea of a scottish coast. Composition is very good.

Eye Pod
5 stars
Mark Corby(2nd April 2009)

really unusual it looks like a still from a Hollywood sci fi blockbuster

Sunset over the Solent
4 stars
Mark Corby(22nd March 2009)

Nice photo. Notoriously difficult to get with the conrast between dark and light. I tried a few like this and they were rubbish!!

Lepe beach
4 stars
Mark Corby(21st March 2009)

good viewpoint

Up the wooden Hill....
5 stars
Mark Corby(21st March 2009)

good pic class composotion

Inchnadam Caves
4 stars
Mark Corby(21st March 2009)

good photo I like the depth of it here

Tudor Shops
4 stars
Mark Corby(17th March 2009)

I noticed that too.Keep your old lenses, you can use them on a digital camera if they are m42 screw thread.Interesting pic.

Kirby Hall, A walled view section of the house.
5 stars
Mark Corby(17th March 2009)

Nice photo, gorgeous colours.I love that sky. It looks positively mediteranean.

5 stars
Mark Corby(16th March 2009)

Very dramatic with hdr. The foreground is nicely composed

Sunset on Staithes harbour, North Yorkshire
5 stars
Mark Corby(16th March 2009)

classic composition great photo

Dunstanburgh Castle
4 stars
Mark Corby(16th March 2009)

Good composition ,the solitary person in middle of beach really helps here. Not quite level though.

5 stars
Mark Corby(16th March 2009)

Unusual. It looks like a still from a horror film.

St.Michaels Church, Minehead, Somerset
4 stars
Mark Corby(15th March 2009)

very well composed

Brixham Harbour
5 stars
Mark Corby(15th March 2009)

good photo very moody

Mature Shaggy Ink Cap
4 stars
Mark Corby(14th March 2009)

decent photo, a shame you didnt didnt have macro lens under the umbrella of mushroom pointing up. i know these photos are hard to get.

Lily
4 stars
Mark Corby(14th March 2009)

good photo good colour the depth of field is a bugger to get wih its normally about 1 or 2 centimetres using a reversed lens. Can you tell us anything about your macro rig used?

Cromer Lighthouse, Norfolk
5 stars
Mark Corby(13th March 2009)

Very classic sort of photo. QWuite brilliantly composed and possibly cropped. Would make a good painting subject.Well balanced, you've got everything in thirds here more or less.Good photo Gary.

4 stars
Mark Corby(13th March 2009)

This is good, I get the impression you moved around various angles here to get the composition and also narrowed the depth of field because the light wasnt too good .Really nice photo.

4 stars
Mark Corby(13th March 2009)

Quite a nice pic nice background blur and good pose well composed. Bit noisy though or is that the processing?

Waterfall near Hathersage
5 stars
Mark Corby(6th March 2009)

oops double post seems to happen when you hit refresh. Any way I'll add a bit more. If anyones heard of the golden section in art which is roughly a spiral thing dividing the canvas into 3rds this photo has it. the spiral starts at top right on edge of lope goes down then spirals back with large boulder and right edge of stream .That big boulder in the foreground totally lifts it from commonplace to inspired. PS sorry for waffling or if im getting wordy didnt meant too GREAT PIC!

Waterfall near Hathersage
5 stars
Mark Corby(6th March 2009)

This is a classic compostion that an artist would use for a painting . You have a definite eye for composition.Class photo.I'm just wondering if youre also an artist.

River at Saltfleet c1990
5 stars
Mark Corby(6th March 2009)

5 stars just for composition. The white reflected building in the river is a nice touch. I dont know if you were aware of that but its perfect.You must have spent a lot of time getting the viewpoint here and it paid off brilliantly.

City Centre
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th March 2009)

Very good. I liked the post thing in very immediate foreground. Gives a good idea of you being there lining up the view in your camera

Staithes Harbour View.
4 stars
Mark Corby(4th March 2009)

good photo I have several photos almost the same from same viewpoint but yours is slightly wider angle. You walk up a path to top of hill and theres a resting place with a bench.Photo has what appears to be chromatic abberation on rocks just above right side of the bridge so only got 4 stars.

Mrs Smith's garden
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th March 2009)

Unusual viewpoint, great depth of field, very good colour.

I don't think I know this one
5 stars
Mark Corby(28th February 2009)

good photo full of human interest nicely composed

St. Andrew's Church, Sonning
5 stars
Mark Corby(28th February 2009)

good photo. Pleasing composition.

Wheelgate Park
5 stars
Mark Corby(28th February 2009)

really nice photo, good detail

In Memorium 2
5 stars
Mark Corby(26th February 2009)

Fantastic photo Geoff!

Solitude
5 stars
Mark Corby(26th February 2009)

These shots are brilliant Cass!Very atmospheric.

In Memorium
5 stars
Mark Corby(26th February 2009)

Brilliant photo! Looks like a lens @10mm or thereabouts.

Stamford, Lincolnshire
5 stars
Mark Corby(23rd February 2009)

Good photo. Stamford is a real sort of photographers place.

Kirby Muxloe Castle
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd February 2009)

Good photo,James.Looks like a summer storm is about to break.

Talisker Bay, Skye.
5 stars
Mark Corby(16th February 2009)

good photo.Youve got the background rocks just enough to make it stand out.Love the story too.

Sun Pier, Chatham, Kent
5 stars
Mark Corby(16th February 2009)

Timeless.very good.

Cow herding on the Hoo Peninsular, North Kent
4 stars
Mark Corby(16th February 2009)

good photo.

Winter Storm Approaching
5 stars
Mark Corby(14th February 2009)

Stands out a mile away. It looks the end of the world is approaching. Brilliant photo!

Scattered Millstones.
4 stars
Mark Corby(14th February 2009)

good photo good composition. a bit oversaturated with colour though?

Deer
5 stars
Mark Corby(14th February 2009)

class photo! It gives a real sense of you hiding behind the bushes and having to stalk it to get near enough for a photo as it turns round.

Young Stag
5 stars
Mark Corby(14th February 2009)

really good pic. You've got the background blurred nicely.

Visit to Lundy Island
5 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

I like this pic. Timeless. Could be 500 years ago with Highlanders looking at the the same thing.Thats the impression that immediately struck me anyway.

The Kings Head
5 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

this is great!! I was reminded of dickens scrooge winters tale

Visit to Lundy Island
5 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

I was worried about that chap beside him with a protruding thingy lol. Well spotted mr big nose though 5 stars for that.

Visit to Lundy Island
4 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

I really like this photo. It captures a certain atmosphere, gives a lot of info about the place and has human interest. Well composed too.

Mute Swan
5 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

Beautiful and simple. Really works.

Spring in the air
5 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

Great photo Glyn. I like the sort of you can walk through it perspective.

Rydal Water, Lake District
5 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

Great photo!Is that a wide angle lens? If you could get one photo that sums up the lake district this it. Quite superb.

5 stars
Mark Corby(13th February 2009)

Gorgeous!Love that special time of evening just before it gets dark in winter.

Boats on a beach.
4 stars
Mark Corby(8th February 2009)

Good photo. Im an artist and this is exactly the sort of thing you'd paint. A bit dark maybe which stops it getting 5.

Evening at Herrington Park.
5 stars
Mark Corby(8th February 2009)

I really like this. It has a real sense of the place. You could almost be there geting cold and chilly as the sun sets. Brilliant!

Newcastle, High Level Bridge
4 stars
Mark Corby(8th February 2009)

Interesting pic.I thought it was a church or something looking at the the small thumbnail view.

Winter 3.2.2009 Up Nately
5 stars
Mark Corby(8th February 2009)

Love the wide angle view, very effective. Your dog really makes it stand out.

Passing Cloud Over Whitby Abbey
4 stars
Mark Corby(8th February 2009)

Good pic, Nice composition and a timeless view. The abbeys a bit dark though?

Low tide in Ilfracombe Harbour
5 stars
Mark Corby(8th February 2009)

I really like this`, Bit unbalanced maybe but the sense of light is brilliant!

Tadley, Hampshire
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th February 2009)

Nice photo. Good colours, grabs you from a distance.On closer inspection it leads you in(possibly to a point off camera to left) .The foreground, middle ground ,horizon and sky are all interesting.

Tadley, Hampshire
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th February 2009)

Nice photo. Good colours, grabs you from a distance.On closer inspection it leads you in(possibly to a point off camera to left) .The foreground, middle ground ,horizon and sky are all interesting.

Fowey Harbour
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

Peaceful scene excellent photo

Brixham, Devon, Sunset
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

great photo really well composed

A Steam Tug Approaching Whitstable Harbour at Sunset
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

I meant right.

A Steam Tug Approaching Whitstable Harbour at Sunset
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

nice pic,unusual, should have a bit more on the left though ,its still a 5.

Newlyn Harbour
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

Fantastic shot. I like the foreground to background .Is that with a wide angle lens?I'm saving up for one.

Newlyn Harbour
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

Fantastic shot. I like the foreground to background .Is that with a wide angle lens?I'm saving up for one.

Hartlepool Marina
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

brilliant pic, night photos arent easy at all

4 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

I rated this high because of your obvious enthusiam for photography which is what its all about. god bless you, good luck girl and keep on snapping.

4 stars
Mark Corby(1st February 2009)

I rated this high because of your obvious enthusiam for photography which is what its all about. god bless you, good luck girl and keep on snapping.

Foxton Locks, Foxton, Leicestershire
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st January 2009)

nice pic. Ive been there a few times and this is the view you get when first approaching sorry i didnt give you 5 but 5 is a real knockout totally brilliant photo.

Medieval gargoyle in Palace Street, Canterbury
5 stars
Mark Corby(31st January 2009)

scary !!I love quirky things

Trinity Lane, Cambridge
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st January 2009)

The building on the right looks like its been composited in. you havent done that have you?Kinda weird still a good pic

Trinity Lane, Cambridge
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st January 2009)

Good photo ,has a certain feel to it. soaring classical structures. The person is a nice touch to give it scale

Badgers Holt on Dartmoor
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st January 2009)

Nice photo I liked the low perspective

Badgers Holt on Dartmoor
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st January 2009)

Nice photo I liked the low perspective

National Space Centre
4 stars
Mark Corby(28th January 2009)

The blue sign on left looks like its joined to roof in background, apart from that its a very good pic You should have maybe moved to righ afraction to seperate it good photo nonetheless

National Space Centre
4 stars
Mark Corby(28th January 2009)

The blue sign on left looks like its joined to roof in background, apart from that its a very good pic You should have maybe moved to righ afraction to seperate it good photo nonetheless

Old John
5 stars
Mark Corby(28th January 2009)

This subject has been photographed many times but this stands out as being very good. Great shot Linda. I like the apparent simplicity of it, very effective. The 2 people in middle make this shot stand out.

Old John
5 stars
Mark Corby(28th January 2009)

This subject has been photographed many times but this stands out as being very good. Great shot Linda. I like the apparent simplicity of it, very effective. The 2 people in middle make this shot stand out.

Pounding Surf
5 stars
Mark Corby(28th January 2009)

Really good photo.Captures the whole feeling of being there looking down on it very well. Reminds me of Monets paintings of the brittany coast rocks.

Pounding Surf
5 stars
Mark Corby(28th January 2009)

Really good photo.Captures the whole feeling of being there looking down on it very well. Reminds me of Monets paintings of the brittany coast rocks.

Kingsbury Church
5 stars
Mark Corby(11th January 2009)

really good photo. timeless, this could be 500 years ago and still be the exact same scene.

Graveyard
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

A great photo no doubt.It looks like theres raging bonfires going on. Like a scene from a horror movie where they burn witches. I dont know what you did but its really great!

Graveyard
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

A great photo no doubt.It looks like theres raging bonfires going on. Like a scene from a horror movie where they burn witches. I dont know what you did but its really great!

Marsden Moor Estate
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

Nice photo. It conveys the loneliness of the place well and how far you have to walk.

Marsden Moor Estate
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

Nice photo. It conveys the loneliness of the place well and how far you have to walk.

City Wall Cycle Lady
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

I like this, its inventive and timeless

City Wall Cycle Lady
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

I like this, its inventive and timeless

Hadleigh Castle Ruins
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

Very dramatic, brilliant photo! It looks like the wind is really whipping up as a prelude to a storm.

Hadleigh Castle Ruins
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

Very dramatic, brilliant photo! It looks like the wind is really whipping up as a prelude to a storm.

Shakespeare's Cottage, Sept 1950
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

Good photo. I'm glad you are publishing these older photos so there is some record of them.

Shakespeare's Cottage, Sept 1950
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

Good photo. I'm glad you are publishing these older photos so there is some record of them.

Wellington looking down on Victoria
5 stars
Mark Corby(4th January 2009)

Good photo, unusual.

Stormy Weather over Gad Cliffs
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st January 2009)

I really liked this, has a great sense of movement

5 stars
Mark Corby(1st January 2009)

I liked this too for the daring angle and inventiveness.

Sutton Mill
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st January 2009)

great pic good detail great composition brilliant sky 5* easily

From the footbridge at Arley
5 stars
Mark Corby(1st January 2009)

very good photo and viewpoint its brilliant! That would be the exact thing an artist would look for to make a painting from.

5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd December 2008)

Class photo. Youve made it look like a scene from a horror film. It looks positively medieval.

Kilmar Tor near Henwood
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd December 2008)

I like all of these photos Noel. They give a really good idea of what it must have been like hiking away there.

Kilmar Tor near Henwood
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd December 2008)

I like all of these photos Noel. They give a really good idea of what it must have been like hiking away there.

Shillingstone in Dorset
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd December 2008)

Nice pic Reminds me of when I used to go fishing on Christmas day after cycling out of town

Up Nately
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd December 2008)

Great photo, you can almost taste the chill in the early morning air

Late Afternoon at Ropley
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd December 2008)

Great photo very evocative. has a real sense of time and place.

Late Afternoon at Ropley
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd December 2008)

Great photo very evocative. has a real sense of time and place.

Slippery lane at Faxfleet
4 stars
Mark Corby(8th December 2008)

nice pic with distinctive fujifilm colours. They are good cameras.

Slippery lane at Faxfleet
4 stars
Mark Corby(8th December 2008)

nice pic with distinctive fujifilm colours. They are good cameras.

Hothersall Lane
5 stars
Mark Corby(8th December 2008)

gorgeous colours, the shadows look very blue.

Hothersall Lane
5 stars
Mark Corby(8th December 2008)

gorgeous colours, the shadows look very blue.

Newlyn Harbour
5 stars
Mark Corby(14th November 2008)

Amazing photo! It really draws you in from being an ant in the foreground to a normal human perspective. Fantastic!

Newlyn Harbour
5 stars
Mark Corby(14th November 2008)

Amazing photo! It really draws you in from being an ant in the foreground to a normal human perspective. Fantastic!

The Grange, Ramsgate, Kent
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st October 2008)

Great photo John .Your view point and capture are excellent and this really stands out out on a page of thumbnail pictures.

The Grange, Ramsgate, Kent
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st October 2008)

Great photo John .Your view point and capture are excellent and this really stands out out on a page of thumbnail pictures.

Bowland Forest
5 stars
Mark Corby(31st October 2008)

Really like this apparently simple scene.Colours are gorgeous its really well balanced. Love it!! 5 from me.

Bowland Forest
5 stars
Mark Corby(31st October 2008)

Really like this apparently simple scene.Colours are gorgeous its really well balanced. Love it!! 5 from me.

Town wall lights
5 stars
Mark Corby(31st October 2008)

excellent photo, grabs your attention straight away.

Sissinghurst Castle Garden
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st October 2008)

I like this pic. It very conveys a feeling of an overgrown abandonded place, spooky. Looks a bit like a still from a horror film

Sissinghurst Castle Garden
4 stars
Mark Corby(31st October 2008)

I like this pic. It very conveys a feeling of an overgrown abandonded place, spooky. Looks a bit like a still from a horror film

Silhouette grass
5 stars
Mark Corby(24th October 2008)

I saw this and thought WOW!!! Fantastic photo Jason , probably technically difficulkt to get. Its one of those photos that can mean different things to different people if that makes sense. Rock solid ***** class.

Ribchester
5 stars
Mark Corby(24th October 2008)

great shot great perspective. It makes you feel like you're walking the path and want to see whats there at the bend. It really draws you in.

Applecross
5 stars
Mark Corby(24th October 2008)

Great photo. The viewpoint works really well and the clouds balance the whole image.

Loch Duich near Invershiel
5 stars
Mark Corby(24th October 2008)

terrific photo! very atmospheric. The tree and flower work well and are just enough off centre to be good and give a sense of scale to it

Paths around Up Nately
5 stars
Mark Corby(3rd October 2008)

nice pic. I like it more with your dog. 5 for happy memories of taking my dog on similiar walks and a very good photo.

Paths around Up Nately
5 stars
Mark Corby(3rd October 2008)

nice pic. I like it more with your dog. 5 for happy memories of taking my dog on similiar walks and a very good photo.

National Space Centre
4 stars
Mark Corby(4th August 2008)

very good photo but youve got the line of the building too square? would be 5 from another viewpoint

2 stars
Mark Corby(2nd August 2008)

it looks really faked to me sorry.

Rainbow Spades
5 stars
Mark Corby(27th July 2008)

Good photo, well composed and great colour. It fairly leapt out the page of new photos. Reminds me of going to the seaside as a kid

Rainbow Spades
5 stars
Mark Corby(27th July 2008)

Good photo, well composed and great colour. It fairly leapt out the page of new photos. Reminds me of going to the seaside as a kid

4 stars
Mark Corby(20th July 2008)

Good photo! This made me pause and look again while looking at lots of new entries. Its well composed and pleasing to the eye.

4 stars
Mark Corby(20th July 2008)

Good photo! This made me pause and look again while looking at lots of new entries. Its well composed and pleasing to the eye.

Pleasure Boat on Derwentwater.
4 stars
Mark Corby(20th July 2008)

Works well. A very good photo showing it choppy which is probably how it normally is. All the photos Ive seen in books etc of this have a flat calm. Love your photos Roy!

Pleasure Boat on Derwentwater.
4 stars
Mark Corby(20th July 2008)

Works well. A very good photo showing it choppy which is probably how it normally is. All the photos Ive seen in books etc of this have a flat calm. Love your photos Roy!

Polperro Harbour
4 stars
Mark Corby(20th July 2008)

good photo! You should have moved the viewpoint so theres more of the foreground boats and less of the sky?

Mountain Stream in Kirkstone Pass. English Lakes.
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th July 2008)

love this pic! It has good pesrpective and colour and really shows what the place is like. Its just enough off centre to work .5

Mountain Stream in Kirkstone Pass. English Lakes.
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th July 2008)

love this pic! It has good pesrpective and colour and really shows what the place is like. Its just enough off centre to work .5

After The Storm
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th July 2008)

brilliant! it does look HDR.

Prelude to the Storm
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th July 2008)

The whole thing has a pleasing sort of balance to it. the white clouds on the right give a visual interest to your attention being pulled too far to the left with the obvious track and red barn on the other side. Simple subject but suberbly done.

Prelude to the Storm
5 stars
Mark Corby(19th July 2008)

The whole thing has a pleasing sort of balance to it. the white clouds on the right give a visual interest to your attention being pulled too far to the left with the obvious track and red barn on the other side. Simple subject but suberbly done.

Prelude to the Storm
4 stars
Mark Corby(19th July 2008)

I really liked this.( and your other photo) this one was best I thought. great capture of how it was.

Fairfield Street, Leicester
4 stars
Mark Corby(13th July 2008)

I live near here and this is really well done.

Staithes in North Yorkshire
4 stars
Mark Corby(4th July 2008)

Very good photo. Well balanced and full of interest. An artist could probably get 5 or 6 paintings just from this one photo.

Distant view of Old John Tower & war memorial in Bradgate Park, Leicester
4 stars
Mark Corby(27th June 2008)

good photo it gives a very good idea of the place.

Door to another world
5 stars
Mark Corby(27th June 2008)

Fantastic photo Jason! All your bradgate park photos are top notch and have a sense of surreal otherworldliness.

A picture of Todds Crag from Ambleside.
5 stars
Mark Corby(27th June 2008)

Very interesting photo. If you zoom right in, you'll see they're at fractinally different angles and also have a very faint greenish glow top right edge of both of them.

Lower Slaughter garden
3 stars
Mark Corby(21st June 2008)

Brilliant viewpoint. Youre a bit blurred though . Its still a nice photo. This would have a 5 star rating if it was more in focus.

Lower Slaughter garden
3 stars
Mark Corby(21st June 2008)

Brilliant viewpoint. Youre a bit blurred though . Its still a nice photo. This would have a 5 star rating if it was more in focus.

Towards the beach
5 stars
Mark Corby(21st June 2008)

Great photo!! Stands out a mile away, unusual size, 5 from me no problem. Reminds me of a still from a typical 1950s horror film though for some reason lol

4 stars
Mark Corby(16th June 2008)

good photo. I particularly like the viewpoint.

Tower Bridge, London
5 stars
Mark Corby(16th June 2008)

Looks very dramatic. Night photos aren't the easiest thing to capture but you've done it superbly.

Wheal Coates Mine, St Agnes
5 stars
Mark Corby(16th June 2008)

Fantastic photo

A picture of Lincoln Castle
4 stars
Mark Corby(16th June 2008)

Great photo Vicky! Very effective viewpoint and full of interest.

4 stars
Mark Corby(10th June 2008)

Great photo Peggy!

Lobster Traps at Whitby
5 stars
Mark Corby(10th June 2008)

Very good photo ruth, it looks like you took this in between rain showers. It has terrific atmosphere.

Lobster Traps at Whitby
5 stars
Mark Corby(10th June 2008)

Very good photo ruth, it looks like you took this in between rain showers. It has terrific atmosphere.

4 stars
Mark Corby(30th May 2008)

I really like this, you've captures the sense of the place really well as it was particularly then. A holiday place deserted out of season with rain threatening clouds closing in. Its fairly simple but very effective.

4 stars
Mark Corby(30th May 2008)

I really like this, you've captures the sense of the place really well as it was particularly then. A holiday place deserted out of season with rain threatening clouds closing in. Its fairly simple but very effective.

Holy Trinity with All Saints in Loughborough, Leicestershire
4 stars
Mark Corby(26th May 2008)

I quite like this. What other place could it be but england?

Greylag family at Groby Pool
4 stars
Mark Corby(26th May 2008)

nice pic and really well captured makes me go awww

Greylag family at Groby Pool
4 stars
Mark Corby(26th May 2008)

nice pic and really well captured makes me go awww

Pier Seats
4 stars
Mark Corby(23rd May 2008)

good pic Interesting use of perspective and its really well composed. Im a bit of a composition nut .

Pier Seats
4 stars
Mark Corby(23rd May 2008)

good pic Interesting use of perspective and its really well composed. Im a bit of a composition nut .

Demolition of old convalecent home c1984
4 stars
Mark Corby(6th May 2008)

Very good I love the sky!

Display in Shere Museum
4 stars
Mark Corby(6th May 2008)

This is pretty good. If anyone has ever been to a museum for photos they'll now the light is bad. Its a pig to get a sharp pic.

Taken in 2006. Boats trips leave for a trip round the Bay on Sunday's. Dawlish, Devon
4 stars
Mark Corby(26th April 2008)

good photo your veiwpoint is very effective

Dawlish Sea Wall
4 stars
Mark Corby(26th April 2008)

I really like this mainly for the viewpoint and composition. This is how its done.

4 stars
Mark Corby(26th April 2008)

good photo it stands out a bit

Stream at Ullswater for Mark
5 stars
Mark Corby(24th April 2008)

Brilliant photo! Thanks Roy.

Cockington Forge, Sept 1950
5 stars
Mark Corby(22nd April 2008)

Your old scenes are terrific Lorraine! Pretty rare I should think as well ,its a good thing they are preserved now. Love them all!

The Langdale Valley
3 stars
Mark Corby(19th April 2008)

This is good within the limits of the view, theres nothing immediately outstanding to catch the eye. Gorgeous colours

Overlooking Langdale Valley from Pike o Stickle
4 stars
Mark Corby(19th April 2008)

This is pretty good. It tells a story of high peaks rising suddenly and its well framed. Definitely not for the vertigo induced.

Market Place, Durham City.
5 stars
Mark Corby(18th April 2008)

This is really good. Good viewpoint, good composition. Its not too dark in dark areas and not too light in light areas, colours are good. I have a feeling its cropped but its done perfectly. This is professional standard. given its not everyones idea of a scene but its brilliantly done. 5 stars

Stream Nr Glenridding.
5 stars
Mark Corby(18th April 2008)

Class photo no faults at all. I like all your photos though.

Peak District Landscape
4 stars
Mark Corby(18th April 2008)

Nice pic! Very harmonious, but simple and appealing. Sometimes less is more as in the case here.

Stanedge Edge, The Dark Peak, Derbyshire
4 stars
Mark Corby(18th April 2008)

This is really good. It would have been brilliant if you could have got the nearside cliff face on the right slightly up and clear of the landscape.

A picture of Peak District National Park
5 stars
Mark Corby(18th April 2008)

Brilliant photo! Very unusual. Well done!

The Wier on the River Wye on the Monsal Trail
4 stars
Mark Corby(18th April 2008)

Nice pic. That tree stump on the right looks like a creature trying to crawl over the top

Mam Tor Ridge
5 stars
Mark Corby(11th April 2008)

Absoluely brilliant!

Clovelly, Devon
5 stars
Mark Corby(11th April 2008)

You've captured it well. The whole atmosphere and feeling of the place on a damp and foggy day. This is a very hard thing to do, or to be there at the right time. 5 stars easily.

Shaftesbury, Dorset
5 stars
Mark Corby(11th April 2008)

Class photo .I love the mist in the background and the general atmosphere of it. If anyone wants a photo of old england this is it. Brilliant!!

Loughrigg Tarn, Lake District
5 stars
Mark Corby(11th April 2008)

I really like this pic. You can imagine this scene would have been the exact same 500 years ago. It has that timeless element. Well done!

The House, Hardwick Hall, Doe Lea, Derbyshire
4 stars
Mark Corby(11th April 2008)

This is pretty good, I really like the inventive framing Could have done with more grass showing, leading to the background building. I gave you 4 for inventiveness. PS only a really special pic ever gets a 5.

Peterborough Cathedral
4 stars
Mark Corby(11th April 2008)

Nice photo. all your peterborough cathedral photos are good if anyone wants a pic of them

4 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

Quite unusual, it somehow looks really busy, which isn't how a graveyard should be ideally. I liked it anyway. It's evident you love taking photos so good luck girl and keep them coming!

Wendens Ambo, a picturesque village in Essex
5 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

hmm, professional photographer standard, youve got everything prett much exactly right 5 stars from me

The Fishermen, Seaham, County Durham
4 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

Good photo of what I am sure is famous local landmark. Its the sort of thing tourist boards ,local councils etc want to put on their website or print on a magazine. You should have moved the camera fractionally higher though and got the top of the weather vane in.

Stream at Glencoyne Bay, Ullswater.
4 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

I like this pic. Has a good sense of time and place and very ecovatice for anyone who has experienced something like this scene. To me it has a really good sense of when youre standing on a small bridge looking down on it and the sun has just come out. I gave it 4 instead of 5 because the trees at the top have been cropped off too much. Lovely photo though!

4 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

I quite like this photo. There's not really much subject matter there but it's really well done. I particularly like the depth of field with the twigs in the foreground Peggy has achieved, its almost like peeping over a hedge to see the river as you're walking along looking around.

First swimming lesson. Herrington Country Park.
4 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

nice pic its a bit mre unuual than just swans swimming along.

Misty morning in Abraham's valley, Cannock Chase, Staffordshire
5 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

Absolutely brilliant photo! I love the light john has captured and the shadows across the path. Very evocative of time and place.

Stevington Windmill, Bedfordshire
5 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

nice pic. Glad to see you have it slightly off centre. The lane leading up to it helps as well. Good composition

Waters edge, Hartlepool, County Durham
5 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

very good pic, well composed.

Traction Man! Pickering, North Yorkshire
5 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

lol it is funny. Love it!

River Swale, Richmond, North Yorkshire.
4 stars
Mark Corby(10th April 2008)

Quite good. You've captured the movement of the water well.

4 stars
Mark Corby(3rd April 2008)

nice pic good composition.

Castlerigg stone circle
4 stars
Mark Corby(3rd April 2008)

Nice pic. You've captured an essence of timelessness there