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    You're right, bad use of flash too, but last time somebody commented on somebody else's photos, somebody couldn't take it and started to cry.


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    As always, comments on my photos are appreciated, including on my picture for POTD today further up the thread.

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    I've just notice something there upon closer inspection. It looks a lot like a sleeve, a grey one, up near the elbow location. I think that photo is a fake, phtoshop malarky or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snappel View Post
    You're right, bad use of flash too, but last time somebody commented on somebody else's photos, somebody couldn't take it and started to cry.

    As always, comments on my photos are appreciated, including on my picture for POTD today further up the thread.
    I like your picture of the day Lard..but thats a bit underexposed as well.

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    No, I just had my special green jacket on that day. I keep it for best. I'm bog standard 'worm grey' the rest of the time.

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    Well, if nothing else, today we've established that it is acceptible to post constructive criticism on each other's 'Pictures of the Day'. That's a good thing for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snappel View Post
    Well, if nothing else, today we've established that it is acceptible to post constructive criticism on each other's 'Pictures of the Day'. That's a good thing for sure.
    Aye, folks, let's keep the comments to the photographs rather than the photographers. As you will see, I have trimmed the thread a bit. Let's be friends and enjoy the images, shall we?

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    As always, comments on my photos are appreciated
    Comments elsewhere helped Improve my graffiti HDR.

    I don't mind the floor but thats what was mostly commented on.

    Pete The Monkey hatman reminded me of the shadows and highlights option In adjustments.

    Anyway 14th June

    Otterspool Graffiti.

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    Hi Max

    Nice photograph. I might advise though that you might want to mute the floor so it doesn't take attention away from the graffiti! Just a thought since as you say most people have apparently commented on the floor!!!

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    Me dunno how to mute tae floor.
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    17th June

    St Georges Church Everton
    If you can't dazzle them with brilliance,baffle them with bull

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    Nice photos, Mandy and Dave!

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    Sphinx, University of Liverpool (near Engineering building, Brownlow Hill)
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    Quote Originally Posted by marky View Post
    Sphinx, University of Liverpool (near Engineering building, Brownlow Hill)
    Nice photo, marky. Thanks!

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    Hi Philip

    Fine photograph, Philip, bringing some variety to the collection!

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    Smashing picture of the Liverpool Pilot

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    Smithdown Rd L7. I'm surprised this shop is still trading !!
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    Hey Taffy, I,m surprised that you called it a shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chippie View Post
    Hey Taffy, I,m surprised that you called it a shop.
    Yes perhaps "shop" was a bit of hyperbole !! It was so funny I couldn't resist posting the photo. Of course the sign belonged to the Asian clothes shop next door who were taking advantage of the free advertising space. Smithdown Rd is rapidly becoming Liverpool's equivalent to Manchester's "curry mile", AKA Wilmslow Rd, Rusholme.

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    Has anyone been to the 'curry Mile ?' .. we would drive up there sometimes.
    I used to like looking in the shop windows of the ladies Sari shops .. oohh the gorgeous beautiful Indian clothes - fab colours and embroidered with beads.
    Lovely clothes and so comfortable to wear. I had a shalwa kameez hand made for me once by an Indian friend - lovely fabric to wear and hides all your lumps and bumps too

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    Quote Originally Posted by taffy View Post
    Yes perhaps "shop" was a bit of hyperbole !! It was so funny I couldn't resist posting the photo. Of course the sign belonged to the Asian clothes shop next door who were taking advantage of the free advertising space. Smithdown Rd is rapidly becoming Liverpool's equivalent to Manchester's "curry mile", AKA Wilmslow Rd, Rusholme.
    An interesting observation, Taffy. That would mean that Smithdown Road is becoming also equivalent to "Banglatown" a term given to the Brick Lane area of London's East End.

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    What 'a dress' is that shop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou View Post
    Has anyone been to the 'curry Mile ?' .. we would drive up there sometimes.
    I used to like looking in the shop windows of the ladies Sari shops .. oohh the gorgeous beautiful Indian clothes - fab colours and embroidered with beads.
    Lovely clothes and so comfortable to wear. I had a shalwa kameez hand made for me once by an Indian friend - lovely fabric to wear and hides all your lumps and bumps too
    Yes I know it well. Have had a few curries there too. You should be able to get Asian clothing on Smithdown Rd these days, so less distance to travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    An interesting observation, Taffy. That would mean that Smithdown Road is becoming also equivalent to "Banglatown" a term given to the Brick Lane area of London's East End.

    Chris
    It's getting there as is in the St Michael's part of Aigburth Rd. Smithdown Rd already benefits from a mosque just off either end and a Sikh temple just off the middle.

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    Liverpool from Eastham.

    A different viewpoint from the usual.

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    Hi Philip

    A most remarkable view of the new skyline of Liverpool! Excellent work, Philip!

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    Thanks Chris.

    Even though I used to live in Bromborough, I've never been to Eastham Ferry before.

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