Any tips or constructive criticism are welcome.
My photos can also be found on FLICKR.
I appreciate all your comments, thank you so much. I do read all the comments and will try to answer any questions you have.
Good "British" scene.I would have maybe tried turning the camera on its side as well to get a bit more foreground in (but then maybe you did)
10 Nov 2009 8:10am
@Anthony Morgan Lambert: Good idea. I did want to get the house in though. The house is in West Ireland.
Lots of work to do! Heave ho! :-)
10 Nov 2009 8:23am
@MadScientist: That's never stopped him. He is cutting the grass in his garden in Ireland. He only visits twice a year so you can imagine how tall the grass was.
Great scene and good shot.
10 Nov 2009 12:29pm
He has the look of a man who could do with your help!
10 Nov 2009 9:10pm
@Curly: Believe me he needs no help! He is 82, is my wife's Uncle and comes from the West of Ireland. When he visits and helps me in my garden I struggle to keep up with him even though I am nearly 40 years younger.
Such a true scene with a true temper it seems ! And you say he's 82 ? Respect !
10 Nov 2009 10:28pm
@[email protected]: I think he wanted help not his picture taken!!!!!
This image / portrait is more than lovely . It is one moment of ordinary life .
10 Nov 2009 11:39pm
Awesome image and wonderful visual interest! This makes me tired!
11 Nov 2009 4:53am
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