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Old Mar 3, 2011, 8:26 AM   #1
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Here are a few of the photos I've taken over the last month. Any tips etc. greatly appreciated.
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Afraid I couldn't stop without posting "Hey Diddle Diddle" and "No Moon-Walking":
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Old Mar 3, 2011, 8:30 AM   #3
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Looks like you were testing the focus. A little explanation of what you intended to capture would help to judge the result and comment. (How's this for a comment?)
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All nice. Hope that is not your bike!

#3 Like this one. So many different things to see in the frame.
#5 My favorite. I love the way everything is moving in different directions against the background. This might work well in B&W

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Mick-

I pity the bike rider of the foreground bike, and I would love to see the expression on the face of the approaching bike rider as he passed the foreground bike.

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Mick,
Great shots there. Love #1, and #2 looks to have a story behind it, well done.
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I like all of them ... 2# I like the most .. and thanks to make me smile bcos "Hey Diddle Diddle" and "No Moon Walking" pics ... nice photos Mick
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Nice work BP, I like 1, 2 and 4 the most.
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No.2 is my fave, really cool shot with the other cyclist coming along. Cows jumping over the moon ......... next you'll be posting flying pigs haaaa, could be a challenge for yor for this month. Keep snapping, have a good one - Dyane
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Thanks for all the comments. I've been doing the 365 Project, which means taking a photo every day. I carry my fz40 in a bag on the rack on my bicycle which I often commute with, and look for some photo opportunities. That's why there's no real theme to these, and why a few of them are taken on the bike path.

BTW, I'm called PizzaBoy on the 365 Project.
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