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Just to let you know we have some new challenges starting Monday 1st July 2019, you can find more details here:

New TIPF Challenges

Ryewolf Ryewolf

Don't forget ... midnight on Sunday 31st August is the deadline for your entries (a maximum of 4) in the latest monthly TIPF IN FOCUS challenge.


Good Luck  everyone ...;)

Entries close for this weeks Alphabet image at midnight Sunday 18th Aug ... Post a pic taken this week  ...  How  unusual a subject beginning with G can you come up with eh?.;)

atb  Ryewolf


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    D is for dewdrops, just taken a few minutes ago:
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    D is for DARLING LUCAS - Here's my 1st posted image of my darling little Grandson, Lucas . Adorable cherub XX
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    Celery, carrots & cauliflower, wonder who's having veggie soup for lunch!
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    I wasn't sure where to post this, I took the image with my Panasonic DMC-FZ2000.
  10. 4 points
    My Dragon from Welsh Wales. Had a bit of a photoshop play putting it onto a background.
  11. 4 points
    A bit of a twiddle using a Topaz Turner Sunset preset....
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    Well I’m completely out of my comfort zone on this one. Taking photos at a funfair late at night isn’t something I’d normally do. dealing with people and working faster Than I normally would. Luckily my mate’s right up for being my guinea pig/model lol
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    Having had it pointed out that it was more than a year since I posted on here - doesn't time fly when life gets difficult - I realised that until recently the camera had been languishing in the bottom of the cupboard being dusty. I've used my phone, but the inclination to get the camera out is still lacking 2 years into the loss of mojo. I took a night off from my relentless hospital tour a few weeks back and went to a local spot I'd heard of but never been to. Copt Oak round barrow is just outside Houghton Le Spring. I'd always thought this was known as the seven sisters, but I'm not sure now
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    Anna Gillespie's SHIP at Half Moon Bay in sight of Heysham Port reflects Morecambe bay's landscape and maritime heritage and features two men sitting on the bow and stern of a ship looking in opposite directions. It reminds me of the Gormley statues at Crosby....
  16. 2 points
    Morning sunshine and wild Irish seas made this the highlight of our mini adventure.
  17. 2 points
    Nicely caught Craig, I was going to say female common darters as well.
  18. 2 points
    Another one from the Garden this morning....
  19. 2 points
    As in the Red Kite variety
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    Always good to get more than you expected.
  22. 2 points
    errm...thanks but no thanks I shall pass on being lumbered with that responsibility !
  23. 2 points
    The pictures of people taking selfies are more interesting than the actual selfies! I really like the first one.
  24. 2 points
    Looking a bit the worst for wear, like a lot of butterflies I saw today.
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    Very nicely caught Craig and doesn't the background colour perfectly fit in with the hearts on the wing.
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    Taken on my old setup at Attenborough nature Reserve
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    What's not to love about this ?... I had Birman and Chinchilla cats for 30 years up til 2014 and miss their company now.. Heartwarming to see the connection between the two in the last image... you captured lots of love in that pic Stella ....
  29. 1 point
    Well ...What a extraordinary plumage ... I have never seen anything like that ever .. It's like a pigeon in fancy dress .!!... It should be in the alphabet challenge under " Good Grief !"
  30. 1 point
    First one my favourite. lovely shot
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    A superb set of Aviation pics.......I recall.....sometime in the 1980s being on a course in Wales...we were on the summit of Cader-Idris when jet fighters flew well beneath us hugging the terrain......no warning....the sudden roar startled all of us. FUJI
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    This is two views of the same bike and rider taken on different days...both times I haven't quite nailed the focus. He seems to be local, so I should get another opportunity in due course...in the meantime can anyone on TIPF identify the make and model of that incredible bike with the monster of an engine please ? FUJI
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    The Osprey shots showing that variable rotor angle are fabulous I agree ... The US do have some firepower don't they ?...
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    I thought I might have seen you doing the ALPHABET challenge some weeks for fun Craig ...... ,,, I did toy with the idea of just photographing each letter on my keyboard each week ... Not really what it was intended for though was it .. ..
  36. 1 point
    Both wonderful images Polly, They have a real dreamy kind of feel.
  37. 1 point
    This has to be the hardest choice I've had to make for POTW so far as there really has been a massive number of excellent images posted this week. Monkey has given us some great aircraft to look at, JohnP has posted some superb butterflies and Ryewolf has shown us some excellent insect macros. But I've finally narrowed it down to three and then managed to pick a winner: Honourable mentions go to: Mitch for Harvest Mouse, and Monkey for Strikemaster. But this week's winner is Korky's 2nd manipulation with Topaz Studio 2. In my view, the best manipulated images are the ones that don't look as if they've been manipulated and this is a perfect example of that. Full thread here: http://www.tipf.co.uk/forums/topic/29482-topaz-studio-2-second-edit/
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    Well after missing the sunflowers at Rhossili last year I thought I'd go out and have a go this year... Need to go back in a couple of weeks as not all of them were out and the wind made it a nightmare as they never stopped moving... Went to port eynon after here.... Bioluminant plankton was spotted here night before last.... I was so tired at midnight after being on the go since six in the morning I went home...... Only to find pics on Facebook of a spectacular display of plankton at port eynon
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    I shall have to keep an eye out for this invasion, just the usual easily found species in my part of Essex so far.
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    Great work as ever and as normal for me the colour just edges it. I have a massive apology for you and it is to my eternal shame. I was going to post this in it's own thread but if I hide it in here hopefully I won't get thought of as badly. We have been to Stonehenge this weekend stayed in a lovely pub just outside Swindon last night on the way back and today on the way back home call into Kenilworth Castle. So on the final approach to the car park heading up Borrowell Lane there is the fine looking gentleman walking down the hill. I say to the good lady wife "I know that chap" She says "don't be daft" I think yes I'm being daft I don't know anyone from here. We park up I take one look at the castle and it dawns on me who this gentleman was.............. blow me away it was you! the TIPF legend that is FUJI. We wandered the castle but did upon leaving have a quick wander up and down the shops on Warwick Rd but could not spot you I was going to ask for a selfie and your autograph.
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    Yes, that does look to be a fair size Monkey, nicely caught and nice to see because we don't get to see things like this.
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    Some nice captures of what looks to be a monster plane, it's a subject matter I've not really done many photo - apart from the odd Spitfire/Lancaster from a BBMF last year.
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    Nicely caught Mark, I often see images like this from The Loop on another forum, so always interesting to hear how the images are captured.
  44. 1 point
    Well one has to respect that ... I understand ... but the door is always open if she changes her mind Monkey...
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    I did the same when I got my camera/lenses, I added them to my house insurance and also covers me for accidental damage, lost or stolen up to £6000 when out of the house. My insurance guy says the same thing, that most people are under insured. A few years back I upped my contents cover from £50,000 to £125,000
  46. 1 point
    it's surprising how many people are under insured ... We ring our insurance lady every time we buy something over a certain price now to check if we need to add to the premium .... and get it confirmed in writing ... Some of them will find any excuse not to pay out if you are unfortunate enough to have to claim ... having said that I am glad that they are cautious as there are people out there who not think twice about dishonestly claiming for things ....and that just puts our premiums up too!
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    Nicely caught John and lots of detail.
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    Creative idea well executed, Simon. It’s much better than some of coffee inspired art I’ve seen in coffee shops.
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