Point of order young Max, point of order! It is still only the 23rd.
My youthful enthusiasm Is making me post with haste.
Gididi Gididi Goo.
But which one is today's?
Hey, we should start a 'Save the Prince's Landing Stage Hut' campaign!!
Gerard, where av I seen that before? Good enough for a screen saver that!
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Nice pics Gerard and Max
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Monday 26th February 2007
Still from film shot in Princes Park depicting the backs of the villas the occupants for whom this Park was originally reserved for.
An unjustly neglected park Princes Park which lost a lot of it's trees in the storm of 1978(?) and many more to Dutch Elm. Also had it's boat-house razed at around that time too.
The putting green was a personal favourite. 15p I think it was when I was a regular.
All in all Prinnie's a still grand old dear who needs a bit of restoration..
About the pic, I just followed this graffiti over two parks and 2 miles. Or maybe it followed me..
P.s How great's that house?
I thought exactly the same of your one of a snowy St.Georges Plateau. A really beautifully executed image.
The best images on here would make a really great picture book for 08' (or beyond) don't you think? Just re-jig the order a bit, get a bit of funding, cut a deal with a local/national/or international publisher.....
Kev's Seffo panorama's, Dave's recent Princes Dock (and others), et al. This space is really unearthing some stunning work...
I agree T T E...Some great pics on here..I've only been here about a Month and I cant thank Scouser Dave Enough for the Tips and Advise He's given me..And the Tips and hints I've taken on board from the Other Photographers..Professional and Non Professional..All good stuff..
Yerv gorra keep yer eye on that Scouser Dave Though...Jar of coffee he drank in an hour !!!..Lol...
Thank you by the way for the nice comments about my Piccie..
Last edited by Gerard; 02-26-2007 at 08:41 PM.
If Teardrop sold this pic to us all as a piece of Photographic Art, we'd all be going Wow!
I like it. And if the results were due to a crap scan, well he's a lucky bugger. I love stuff like this as well as abstract photography, mainly because I can't do it.
I like working with blurred, indistinct, raw images using slightly inappropriate equipment because I just gives me the variables I'm looking for in my work.
I use a digi-cam for extracting stills rather than a conventional stills camera precisely because I like the technical limitations, not enough res etc.
Also I also think images captured from moving-film just have a certain sort of 'movement', a certain sort of rawness locked in them as opposed to more consciously composed set-pieces, for instance, the Liver buildings pic (12th Feb)- I couldn't have really got what I got there with 'proper' camera.
Anyway I really like your site Pete. Top images.