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I really love your work. Very inspiring!
So many photos! Annie, I have only looked at your insect shots and they are stunning!. Will be back to look at the rest. You have great talent.
WOW was researching Pensthorpe & decided to click on your site,boy am I glad I did the images are stunning & captures everything I love in such a simplictic form.The picture of the adult Swallow approaching to feed 2 youngsters is breathtaking.I have recently bought my first DSLR & if I can get to half your standard I'll be delighted.
It was great talking to you on the telephone this evening, I have just been looking at your portfolio this evening you have some super images especially the little mice images they are justamazing on your web site, keep up the great work and good luck with your Exhibitions next year.
Just looked at your images from East Ruston - some really nice ones, despite the rain!
Also - nice squirrel, I have many! Interesting effect, not very noticeable? Must play more today.
I am currently researching images of the crown of thorns (Euphorbia milii), for ARKive and hope that you are able to help as I have seen your images of this species that I would love to include. ARKive - www(dot)arkive(dot)org - aims to raise awareness of the need for biodiversity conservation by using wildlife imagery. Films, photographs and audio recordings of the worlds animals, plants and fungi are being gathered into one centralised digital library. These important audio-visual records are being preserved and maintained for the benefit of future generations and are being made available to view via the ARKive website.
Please see a brief overview of ARKive below:
It is ARKive's current aim to compile audio-visual records for the 16,000-plus species currently threatened with extinction, according to the World Conservation Union's (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species.
We are looking for media (moving footage, still images and audio) to depict each species' life history as comprehensively as possible. In order for us to achieve this aim we need help from as wide a variety of media donors as possible.
The ARKive website acts as a showcase for image providers, displaying copyright and contact details with every image and links to each media donor's own web activities.
See examples of species which have been ARKived at: www(dot)arkive(dot)org
Please let me know if you would like to include your images within the ARKive project.
With best wishes,
Hi Annie. Wow - you have some fantastic flower pics here!
Just had a quick look at your site. You have some lovely images on there!
Will be in touch tomorrow with details of the Camera Club.
Worn out for today!
I've seen some of your pictures and I notice you use a Panasonic FZ18. My girlfriend uses a D60, and last olland, Rotterdam.
I can't seem to get one thing right, which is pictures inside the aquarium part. It is somewhat dark, and for example the sharks, they move quickly. I've been playing with the shutter speed, and I try not to touch the ISO, since above 200, it gets really blurry.
What is a good setting or way to use the camera you think? I don't know if you've expereminted in dark areas, and areas like this aquarium type (Dark, thick glass) (it's called "Oceanium" in a zoo called "Blijdorp" (which can be easily google,d, I can't post links it seems :D).
Hope you can help a bit.
Your photographs are all so crisp and simple, i love them all! Are you any relation to Duncan Kerridge?! I also love his style. I would love to know what lenses you use and what post production sharpening (if any) you add!
Well done, will add you to my favourites!
Your images of the English countryside make me heart sick. Beautiful!
Hi Annie - great site. Are you able to get close to bird species like Bearded Tit at Pensthorpe?
You're already very good and I'm sure you'll post even better work in the future.
I can't remember how I found your galleries but I'm glad I did. Haven't got time to view all your photographs so will keep popping back! Too many fantastic shots to comment on individually, truly inspirational.
The mice photos remind me of the mice in Babe. Photos that bring a giggle to the heart and soul. Thank you for letting us see them.
Thanks for visiting and your comments.
Your photos have really made my day. Thank you.
Looking again, you're just a wonderful photographer! I hate photographers who are this good - stop it.
very nice eye Annie.
I love your shots of Southwold. I really like going up to the Suffolk coast when I am back in the UK. Even though I am in Belgium there is nothing quite like a pint of Adnams!
thanks for your comments and getting in touch, i see we are quite close we may have to go out for a shoot one day!!
Charlie (Barnham Broom)
Hi Annie! Fabulous piccies! x
Where's the one where you altered my head ? Annie - fantastic pictures! Really enjoyed looking at them (not in company time of course!!) - Justin (Barnham Broom)
Thank you for sending me a link to your Galleries in and aroun Norfolk. Oh how I long to be back there again... not long now!!! I feel like I am in prison ;-)
Your wide dawn landscapes are superb. I think that is where your vision is really best served. Your city detailing is nice too.
I'm looking forward to stomping round a few old haunts in December but perhaps try to photograph from a different perspective than the classic. The catedrals always boast opportunities, but often the same angles are reproduced over and over again. I fancy trying something a little different... not sure how yet... if we get our heads together perhaps we can come up with a plan!
Anyway, thanks again for inviting me to your gallery, much appreciated and a valid reminder that I must update my own... I have been neglecting it of late.
Take Care, keep getting up early and taking those stunning shots... you are a star
Annie, you will have to give me some lessons.
What a talented friend I have June
Wonderful pictures, Annie, you certainly have a flair for it. I'm sure you are the envy of my husband!
Annie, will I be as clever as you when I grow up? Emma xxx