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Binfield f.c - better perform to expections of "binfield manor" - residing around you areas guys...
Colin, You have proved to me you can turn a sows ear in a silk purse. You took a very modest set of photographs(not taken by you) turned them into something anyone would be proud of and the resulting album is stunning.
The boys are delighted. You certainly saved my bacon.
Saw you in action last week at Home Farm and at Bracknell, this is my way of keeping up with the exploits of my grandson Ryan Millward as I live 230 miles away. great pictures and synopsis which is not easy, thanks a bunch.
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp
Happy new year Colin. And may you have Many Many more. Great photo work. Keep up the great job :o)
Awesome Pics From the Harvey Wiltshire Memorial Trophy charity Match Colin. You are the man!
Colin, Thank you for the pictures, which are great. I hope you don`t mind if I try and tempt you back to golf from time to time. George
Colin - great pictures - you made my morning. Thanks.
Colin, Thanks for doing a fantastic job on our "Roadrunner" band pictures. They are amazing!!!
P.S. Sorry if I got bit drunk! Ken(bass player)
I happened by chance on your pbase gallerie, and i found it really great! ALl your pictures are really well composed, it's a pleasure for eyes!
I would like to tell your more but my english is a bit poor...;-)
I keep your WWW!
Your photos have left an impression on me that can't be described by words.
You have great stuff here and I'm a little jealous to be honest.
Hi there Colin,
You told me you were an amateur photographer ... I really didn't expect this!
Think I have to book you (and your wife) for my wedding, ...I just have to find the groom first ;o)
Hi Colin, You dont fall into the "hang and be shot club!" LOL! I like your style and the images, excellent, a great deal of thought was gone into your work, and I love that! keep up the excellent work!
Thanks for your comments Colin. I enjoyed your b/w galleries too. Very interesting to see that we both took some shots from almost the same perspectives, and were inspired to keep it monochrome:
I enjoy the enthusiasm of your photography.
thanks for visiting my paris gallery. As regards the subway entrance shot. I just converted it from raw and used the channel mixer technique to get the b&W effect in ps I wanted.
Oopps i was logged on my other account on my previous message. So thanks again for your kind comments on French Open !!!
Hello Colin, thanks for your kind comment on my French Open gallery... I'm looking at yours right now !!
Hello Colin, thanks for your comment on my French Open gallery... I'm looking
Nice set of photos you have there. Now if only I can rid of my dial up connection, I will have something to upload for you to see.
Thanks for stopping by at my gallery, Colin. It really is appreciated!
How are things, Colin??
Thank you for your comments in my guestbook. Took a look through your galleries and you have some great pictures here. Take care.
your music pictures are not showing in the forum...
Thanks for your comments on my Everest pictures Colin. No, I didn't climb it - that trip was just about the trekking but we got to around 5600m and visited the main base camp for Everest from the Nepal side. The photo was taken from a small (in relation to those around it!!) mountain called Kala Pattar. kind regards
Benoit Durocher Photographie
Thanks for visiting my gallerie , I look some of your pictures and it's seem that we like the same kind of image. Keep up the good work.Regards.
Hi Colin - thanks for the kind words about my Barn & Poppies picture. I'm actually thinking how I could market it to best (financial) effect. I have had some postcards printed which have sold well throught the local Tourist Information Centre. But I'm considering going up-market with a large framed print. The prototype looks great! Total cost of archive quality A2 print/mount and frame is about £60 and a canvas would be the same. So I planned to sell at just under or just over £100 to local restaurants, pubs or even put a small ad in the small town paper (in colour). Do you think I would spoil that market if I also offered an A4 mounted in simple black frame - retail £25. Your comments or ideas would be very welcome.
Thank you for visiting my galleries. The picture of Ben Nevis is actually taken from Torlundy which is on the East side (The visitor Centre is on the west and a bit too close to get a good picture). I've never been to the top but have seen it many time shrouded in mist I could understand why you would be unable to see more than 5 feet.
You've got some great galleries and I enjoyed looking round and will be back.
No guestbook entries?
A fine gallery should have some! Here's the first of many, I suspect.