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  1. Hi Wayne, thank you for your friendly comments! I'm not here so much as before and even in the process of ending my subscription to pn. I hope you're still enjoying yourself here. I wish you Happy Holidays. Kind regards, Vincent
  2. Hi Giangiorgio, thank you for your friendly comments! I'm glad you find some joy in using the site; I have sent (3 already) messages to end my subscription to pn. My suggestions nor my messages have been responded to by the admins. A merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you and your loved ones too from the Netherlands, hope to hear from you again soon. Kind regards, Vincent
  3. Hi Pierre, thank you very much for your generous comment! I wish you happy holidays. Kind regards, Vincent
  4. Hi Franz, great combination, both in colors and composition. Kind regards, Vincent
  5. Hi Patrick, thank you for your friendly comment! The story was quite lengthy, sorry for that. Kind regards, Vincent
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    Budding rose

    Thank you Pierre! Kind regards, Vincent
  7. Hi Pierre, thank you for the friendly notes! I'm actually busy ending my subscription to PN, but, like other things on the site, that doesn't seem to get through. Kind regards, Vincent
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    Hi Franz, intriguing play of light, wonderful colors and a natural abstract. Great work! Kind regards, Vincent
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    Icy sketch!

    Hi Laurent, I like this image too, but I prefer the other one; it;s more sophisticated. Kind regards, Vincent
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    Frost filter!

    Hi Laurent, this may be 'easy', but that does not tke away anything from the inventive way of seeing a an interesting subject and turning it into an object of art. Kind regards, Vincent
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    Forest magic

    Made with an Olympus E-520 camera on a tripod with a (vintage) Super Macro Takumar 50 mm 4.0 lens ISO 200, 1/250 sec., f 8.0
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    La fontana

    Hi Sergio, wonderful image full of magic. Fine editing too! Kind regards, Vincent
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    No-fly zone

    Hi Paul, thank you for your friendly comment! The visibilty of the spider webs surprised me too. There is little chance of escaping this trap. Kind regards, Vincent
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    All politics aside, for flies, mosquitoes and (other) flying insects this is a no-fly zone.
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    No-fly zone

    All politics aside, for flies, mosquitoes and (other) flying insects, this is a no-fly zone. Made with an Olympus E-520 camera, an Olympus Zuiko 14-42 mm 3.5-5.6 lens at f 8.0, hand-held.
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    Hi Franz, Very tender and subtle. The colors are marvelous and complement each other. Kind regards, Vincent
  17. Hi Marv, Great b & w work with wonderful tones and contrast. The shadows are the star of the show. How I wish the days of detailed view were back when looking at this image! Kind regards, Vincent
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    Hi Franz, Although I've never seen lichen as colorful as this, the fantasy is very effective, the colors seem to dance in the composition. Great work! Kind regards, Vincent
  19. Hi Paul, great work! Looks inspired by Picasso indeed, very creative. Kind regards, Vincent
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    Hi Franz, I agree with Wayne. You have accented the lines very well. I like the shadows. Kind regards, Vincent
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    Hi Laurent, a painterly effect in an interesting composition of snowy branches. Kind regards, Vincent
  22. Hi Wayne, thank you for your appreciative comments! I'm glad you like it. Kind regards, Vincent
  23. Olá Miguel, muito interessante a imagem e o texto que a acompanha sobre os fluxos migratórios rumo à Península Ibérica. Atenciosamente, Vicente
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    Hi Franz, strange, but intriguing. I would suggest a slight crop from the right. The motion blur seems to work for this image. Well done! Kind regards, Vincent
  25. Hi Laurent, Thank you for your comments! To be honest, I didn't think I could get a half decent photo of the lizard, because it was lurking in the back somewhere. Then the animal made my day and began to warm itself by creeping into the light. But the circumstances were far from ideal; 1/60 sec and very little DoF. Kind regards, Vincent
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