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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

MARGARETS WISHES. (24/07/13)

Here you go Hun. This is not Google+ but I'm a bit lenient today. I thought I’d binned these but I found them.

_MG_0959 Looks like mum, dad and three chicks to me.

_MG_0996  Here they all are a bit closer. They would have been closer still if a wee Herman the German hadn’t decided it was time for a swim.  No wonder they lost the last two wars and a football game. Bloody mad they are. This water is freezing.

_V0G7230     Margaret is this more the sort of something to appeal. Please feel free to criticise. Good on you lass.

A surfeit of  sycophancy does no one any good. I didn’t bother with the sea cos that is hard work. Don’t be afraid to ask me to. I’ll just put Picky Missy in front of your name.

15 comments:

  1. Nice pictures, especially the last one, superb. Naughty boy, they weren't all like them.

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    1. JoLynne. its a lot of effort for not quite what I wanted to achieve.

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  3. Not sure I think the difference makes that much difference to be frank. It's still like molten caramel and I have a penchant for that.

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    1. Graham you are used to 35mm framing. I personally prefer medium format square. Margaret wanted to see the birds. I can with full frame give the customer what I hope they want.
      As you said to me the image is irrelevant to the photographer once it is taken and printed.

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  4. Hi Adrian I nearly died when I saw my name in your title!!! Sorry to have given you the work of finding the photos of the Divers and their family. that was very kind of you and I appreciate it very much. See, I knew you were an old softie at heart!! They are lovely especially the second one. It was very good of you to alter the seascape however as I didn't really like the name 'Picky Missy', I thought I would email you personally instead!!! I will be very interested to hear your honest comments when you see what I have sent you!! Have a good day. Margaret

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    1. Margaret, It was no bother and were I better organised it would have been less so. I've replied to your e-mail and am very impressed. i could do with an editor.

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  5. I like seeing the divers grouped so closely together, a real family! I love the last image, the water like a silky chocolate!

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    1. Norma, I can watch birds for hours. Even if they are uncooperative little blighters.

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  6. I like the last long exposure, peace and quiet is all I can think of.

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    1. Maria, it's all good fun. I'm thinking of getting a big stopper filter but am waiting for the Cokin version. They have one in the pipeline.

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  7. I prefer the third photo, ADRIAN ... It's beautiful!
    Today is a sad day in Spain ... so much pain ...
    A hug.

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    1. Laura, a terrible day for you and the world.
      I find slight consolation in the fact that ETA were not involved. Both our countries have seen too much terrorism.

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    2. ADRIAN Thanks for your memory to Galicia!
      This time was no ETA, how bad memories left us ... It was a terrible human failure that has destroyed so many lives.
      A kiss.

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