Chris Strickland
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I love photography. I love the challenges of finding people and places that make interesting pictures. I love telling a story with photos. I love the thrill of overcoming adversity and obstacles, even danger (ie: standing in icy water up to my thighs, tangling with barbed wire, running from angry animals, risking being hit by moving vehicles or machines, nearly drowning, almost being electrocuted, dodging bottles thrown by drunks) to get that perfect shot which captures something amazing.....a moment, a look, a feeling, an idea, a small detail or commonplace event which most people are marginally aware of but never REALLY take a good look at and appreciate for what it is. I go places off the beaten track that no one else thinks of visiting, and take photos that no one else has taken of those places....hidden gems. Most of all, I love sharing the world and what I see in it WITH the rest of the world. Have a look and tell me what you think, or how it makes you feel. If you are looking for a specific image for use in publishing or print and want to use any of my images, please contact me and leave a message, so we can make arrangements. Cheers-

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very nice scene,perfect timing.L+F.cordial greets.marco


You've captured the English village at it's best. I can just imagine the silence outside on the village green as you walk across it, then the sudden noise and excitement, and smell of the beer as you walk into the pub. ( or pubs how they used to be). Great shot.

Jim van Ommen, Wise questions you ask, my friend. I think it has very little to do with the camera we use or the fancy equipment we may acquire, but everything to do with the things and views we see individually through that lens. How we appreciate these things is reflected in what others may see, if they can only grasp the reasoning behind such wonder and beauty that is our beautiful earth. How do we caption God? We could spend a lifetime trying and never succeed. Such generous and magnificent views he has lavished upon us. I always know God is in every place I am. I see him in everything. I am in constant awe of his greatness and hope in some small way I have reflected this through my images.
Thank you for visiting. It is always a pleasure hearing from you. Sending cheerful greetings to Tasmania from The USA tonight, Mary Alice

Stanislav, thank you very much!

Greetings Eddi

It sure is! Heavenly light. I love those 2 little figures running on this huge beach.

Greetings, Amelia

Cuantos años atras habra sido construido, tiene algo de misterioso la foto, pero es muy buena. Cuantos lugares abandonadoa y escondidos por la naturaleza se encuentran en distintos rincones del mundo. L + F !!!, saludos desde Uruguay

This puts photography into the league of the great classic masters: vanGogh, Rembrandt, Matisse, Courbet...

I thought I saw a dog in this photo but it is white stone...( at the right side above the end of the flowers it looks as if 2 blacks eyes are looking at you...under the brown rock. gr. roeli :)

it still excists......I had chicken connemara here in 1993......:) like for gallagher's :) gr. roeli

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