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We are walkers with cameras rather than serious photographers, so our shots are about recording the place rather than photographic excellence. We currently use a Canon 400D and a 300D, although some of the older shots were taken on a Praktica digital compact or scanned from prints taken with a Canon 100FN or APS film compact. Nowadays I straighten horizons and adjust saturation and contrast a little in Photoshop before uploading, but generally the shots are close to how they were captured. Most of the shots (all recent ones) have descriptions or comments describing what you can see in the view, just click on the thumbnail to see these. All the shots are tagged with area, country, subject etc. Click on the "Show all tags" link below to find all the shots of your favourite area or subject. Hope you enjoy the gallery. Pete

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Hi Warner Athey. Thanks. Great Birds These Coots. Sadly only one survived fledging. I presume Psycho the Swan had a lot to do with that. I saw this adult coot attack the swan a couple of times. It flew and paddled it's giant feet across the water screaming and splashing water everywhere until it rammed the swan at high speed. Startling Psycho the Swan, who has been known to attack Alsatians and people. Luckily we are good friends Tone.

Romantic scene, a beautiful picture!


With warm greetings from Riga,

  • Boris. *

Herzlichen Dank, Klaus - mit Verspätung gesehen! ;))

LG, Angelika

Hello dear friend Ismail,

an great night shot!

YSL 14/23

Many greetings from Germany,


The photo is very beautiful! ℒike +av..

Best regards, Reiner

L+F. Beautiful shot and wonderful scenery. Greetings . Bernard

Dear friends visit, nice comments and evaluations (Like and YSL) Thank you for the.

Friendly greetings,İSMAİL

Thanks a lot for kind compliment and L+F, Grazyna

Warm greetings from Germany, Angelika

Bardzo obrazowe i urocze zdjęcie.

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• • • Leo Paez , Best Wishes ! ! ! zhsv .... From Minsk


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