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www.ndlphotography.co.uk


My website shows mainly photos of Sussex, there is of course a dedicated monochrome gallery.
Please feel free to browse.

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Very beautiful photos, I very much like your colour work too, you are clearly not a saturation junkie. Very calm and lovely.
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very Nice Neil, got to sort mine out!
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Neil,

Had a look around and really liked what I found. Very nice clean setup (I do like white on white, as that serves the purpose of being a platform for photos best IMHO) and nice photos all around.

Had a deeper look at "art" .. I DO love experiments and I've done a few of those with thin trees. Lovely lines and shimmering thoughts of stems and such.

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