Friendly Challenge Old

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  1. Enjoying the water images, especially Mary’s Sunset Beach, lovely colours of oranges and blues.

  2. I like Ian’s “Down the Plughole” but Kelly’s is amazing – to capture the rider doing a somersalt is superb…

  3. Thanks June; and I think you’ve captured the texture of the coffee beans really well.

6 comments on “Friendly Challenge Old”

  1. June Hanson says:

    Like colours in Brenda’s petrol pump. Keiths’s tractor and Ian’s lorry are interesting old vehicles. My favourite is Brian’s black and white Piano Man, enjoy the atmosphere, where the light shows up his beard and his hands on the keyboard, with a lovely reflection of them in the piano.

  2. Mary Nash says:

    oops just spotted my grammatical errors & spelling mistake! still I ma sure you all understood my meaning.

  3. Mary Nash says:

    Well done, interesting assortment of topics this week. I love the light on Brian’s pianist – try cropping in (cut out window and half of table behind him – for a cracking portrait. I love his concentration. Other images,well seen, – Nagui’s tree – I am surprised it is still standing! Julie’s old man peeping out of the hedge and the two decaying vehicles. Tintern Abbey is a great place, the weather was unkind to you David – this place has so much potential when the sun shines.

    1. Brian O'Callaghan says:

      Thanks Mary, I’ll give that a try.

  4. Brenda says:

    Gorgeous old curtains, June! And what a wonderful tree, Nagui.

    1. June Hanson says:

      Thanks Brenda, I would like those curtains too! Waited around until no tourists were in front of them (were all hanging about on the left out of shot).

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