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19 min 36 sec ago
Thanks Paul once again for my win today.Ok everyone, just go and do what you do very well, take a pic of something that takes your fancy for Friday.As usual, have a good day and HAVE FUN!       :)KathyRulesAll welcome using any camera or phone with the proviso that pictures are taken in j.peg format and as near on automatic setting as possible.If you want your photo to be judged, put ‘Mine’s in’ before or after the photo.Camera to be identified with entry.
54 min 9 sec ago
My thanks once more to Jonathan.For today's challenge I would like  to see images that have an:-                                                                             Ethereal quality 
5 hours 59 min ago
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15 hours 26 min ago
Super photos everyone. My difficult choices are:1st Paul - lovely low shot emphasising the nature of the shore with the colourful ship in the distance.2nd Mary-Ann - super lighting and angle with the tree branches and sky giving height to the photo.3rd Kasey - who can resist this lovely animal portrait? The low shot brings the viewer close to the dog and makes it very personal.Well done everyone else. Sorry for the slight delay. Computer problems.Over to Paul for tomorrow's challenge.
16 hours 59 min ago
Thanks all for the entries, my choices are:-1st - Witchone - a pair of monstrous, yet beautiful dogs! - I wouldn't fancy the feed bill!2nd - Mastro888 - gorgeous sun dappled avenue3rd - David Ore - with the raging bonfire - looks hot even n the computer!Thanks again everyone and now over to Kathy!:)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Rules
1 day 4 hours ago
Hi, I have recently purchased the X10 and am very pleased with it's quality but am greatly frustrated in my attempts to transfer images directly to my computer (and more specifically to my Adobe Photshop CS2 software) using the SANDISK EXTREME HD SDHC  memory card alone via the memory card reader on my laptop or via a Fujifilm USB 2.0 socketed adaptor device.
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1 day 4 hours ago
 Firstly, thank you for taking the time and effort to submit an entry. Despite only 4 entries I found it difficult to judge as I liked them all for different reasons,and the winner is........
1 day 7 hours ago
Thanks for the entriesSorry to here about your father inlaws illness LorricYou may well be correct that the challenge was more suited to a weekend Marion judging by the number of entries.Here goesIn Ist Position : JonathanI liked the composition of the shot  showing the total area of the house Good Work2n Paul (Gwellion )Worked well in Sepia and a good composition with the old directors seats  3rd Pam Clifford: Certainly an abandoned  greenhouse lots od interest Good shot .
1 day 7 hours ago
Thanks again for the win Stuart.As usual folks take a photo of anything you  fancy.Thanks to all who joined in today. Results are as follows:1st. Paul (Gwalion)  What a fantastic close up of a wasp. Liked it as soon as I saw it.2nd. Mary-Ann  A lovely rural scene of horses with Meg.Joint 3rd  Christine and  Lorraine two lovely flower shots.Lorraine I hope your father-in-law gets well soon.
1 day 16 hours ago
Thanks once again Andrew. As it's Easter this weekend the theme is - obviously - Easter. Anything Easter related. Expecting lots of eggs, bunnies, buns, (the hot cross kind), etc.Have fun.Carl. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Your entry must be taken after the announcement of the topic. No stock photographs. Only one entry - you can ask for opinions in the discussion thread before you submit. 
2 days 7 hours ago
 Sorry for the delay1st maestro with her fabulous easter collection2nd andy with his macro spider3rd carey with his scenic viewregardstuart thanks Ron for the winSo show me whats happening and getting your attention in your part of the worldStuartRules
2 days 15 hours ago
Thanks again Anne for picking my image.OK Folks a tough one but here are my choices....1st Brian... very abstract and the sort of thing i had in mind, reminds me of salt painting on silk love the colours well done!Joint 2nd...Marions reflection gives a feeling of tranquility and Gwalion like the bold colours and the simplicity of the shot makes it a striking image.
3 days 5 hours ago
For this challenge I would like you to give us a:-                                                              Recipe
3 days 15 hours ago
250   Easter   Catweazle249   Postboxes   Andrew248   Relaxing  Christine Davies247  Single Flower with white background   Gwalion246  Fruit / inside & out    Janga Stud245  Spring Awakenining / Signs of Autumn   Andrew244  My Phobia  Marion Wager243  Night time or Low Light Image  Scon4061242  Wooden Structures  Jvilums 1234241  Soft Focus  Marion Wager
3 days 16 hours ago
Hello again.   Oh this has been so difficult because every picture has, for me, something to commend it.    What surprised me was that even down south there are still bare trees but isn't the cherry blossom so lovely.FIRST;   I have chosen Pixel's picture for the excellent focus.l
4 days 2 hours ago
Well done everyone. You have managed to turn something as mundane as a post box into a fasinating competition, with entries from New Zealand, France, two from Wales (the other one is Bob Gransha's but NFG so couldn't have won) and lots from England.FIRST:Most of you realised that to get a good pic there had to be an interesting background, and by photographing a really rare postbox and giving it scale with human interest the winner this week is       Carl Catweasel
4 days 15 hours ago
Thank you everyone for your fabulous blog on Nature.   It really has been the hardest thing to judge with so many excellent entries.1st.   Paul,  your blog is superb and I loved the presentation, everything about it. Well done.2nd,  Christine.  I really enjoyed your blog, such a pretty part of the UK. Well done.3rd.   Has to be everyone else. All wonderful blogs,  all enjoyable. Well done, Pam.Now over to you Paul for the next Photoblog Challenge.  Well done Pam.
5 days 16 hours ago
Thanks again for the win KathyHave a great Saturday folks & I look forward to some interesting snapshots on any topic~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Thanks folks ... a super selection of shotsNow for my choices for today...Results:1st... Pam Clifford ... a beautiful flower portrait Pam ... great lighting2nd ... Gwalion ... When are you shipping it Paul? ... :) ... great angle
1 week 1 day ago
Thanks again for first place LorricOk everyone have fun snapping away at anything you like.Got a very poor signal so Judging quickly while I can1st Ron- Nature at it's Best2nd Norman- A Magnificant Church and Brilliant Blue Sky3rd Chris - Those were the days!UFOs flying over Sainsbury's Car Park last night
1 week 1 day ago
Hi Friends, particularly Mr. Finepix,
1 week 2 days ago
1st Mags with her lovely hand basins very unsual.2nd Kathy with her Larkeet.3nd Andy with his macro fly and David with his flower/plant You all winners in my eyes.  RULESAll welcome using any camera or phone with the proviso that pictures are taken in j.peg format and as near on automatic setting as possible.If you want your photo to be judged, put ‘Mine’s in’ before or after the photo.
1 week 4 days ago
My thanks once more to Mary Ann for the win! Thanks to everyone who took part, I hope you enjoyed the challenge!My choices are:-1st - PixelDivaUK66 - Great light and great opposing lines from the blinds and the camera itself ( I think the PenF was a half frame Pix - if memory serves) and the perfect rendition in B&W2nd - Dipper - Clever use of the camera within the camera idea, I like the contrast of the old Zeiss and the modern Fuji, plus, once again, B&W the perfect choice.
1 week 4 days ago
Thank you for your entries.As there were only a few entries this week I have chosen one winner.Your winner is Andrew.Over to you Andrew++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Your challenge this time is.        "Relaxing"It could be someone/something relaxing or a relaxing view. Your interpretation, as long as you incorporate one of the following. Leading lines, Rule of thirds etc, or any of the main components of a good picture.
1 week 6 days ago
Thanks everyone for such a smashing set of photos!  Mt choices are:-1st - Mastro88 - A beautiful splash of colour with the dandelion and the square crop is perfect I think.2nd - Andy-Smith - crisp, clear and colourful burst of spring!3rd - Norman - I like the unusual view on the world.Thanks again everyone, sgreat pics!:)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~RULES
2 weeks 3 days ago
Thanks everyone for the entries!  I know some struggled with this challenge but I do hope evryone enjoyed it!Very difficult judging with almost nothing seperating the winners1st - - Christine Davies - The challenge accomplsihed perfectly.  The background is crisp and white and the flower, when viewed large, reveals great colour and detail.2nd - Scon40601 - Again, superbly done, Great colour and detail in the flower and a clean white background.