/ Flickr users...
I imagine it'd be a good way for members of this forum to have a look at each others' collections.
Or maybe there's a reason why this hasn't been done before?
never thought of that, I will :)
We didn't use the name 'UKC' in the flickr group for that reason. It was called The Climbers' Monthly Photo Competition (I think)
Brilliant response, exactly how I hoped. I'm absolutely in awe of the quality of photos by members of this forum. I have hours of material to browse through!
Again, mine's on my profile: http://www.flickr.com/photos/drupka
My rate of posting has dropped off quite a bit over the past year; a combination of too much shoddy weather and a conscious effort to raise the quality bar.
"Lower Good Greave" and "Cascade" are my most recent shots from a long-term book project I started a few years ago, partially as a result of a conversation I had with Alyson of this parish.
PS. I realise that I'm already a 'follower' for quite a few Flickr users that have posted up here!
Oh go on then, I could use a good plug
And for what it's worth, I reckon this is my best photo, but it's seriously under-appreciated
(Shameless, I know)
Great thread, have enjoyed browsing through these.
Mines on my profile page but don't be expecting anything professional
Some fantastic photos everybody
Wow, you have some amazing shots in your gallery, particularly the stacked macros, excellent work!
There is some great shots from everyone
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