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My Website


Its pretty new and ive never made one before so any tips advice etc.. would be appreciated.

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Re: My Website


really nicely put togehter site Tony

One problem- when I try to scroll down the ''warning protected site (cpyright" notice comes up - presumably it thinks Im right clicking

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Thank you.

I've not come across that problem yet. Ill see if I can do it. Not really sure if there is much I can do about it either way.
Thanks for taking the time to look.

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Superb, stunningly good photos Tony, you really are a master of that brooding, shadowy long exposure. I do take issue with you on the aesthetic quality of some of London's recent architecture, but we are all entitled..! I am always disappointed by the missed opportunities once offered by London's old docklands and river frontage, where once elegant warehouses have too often been replaced by some poorly designed and repetitively cluttered residential flats, but you have often rendered them intriguing. However, I involuntarily wince every time I see a photograph of the city's skyline butchered by that horror above Fenchurch street, and here even your wonderful efforts utterly fail to redeem it to my jaded eyes!

I often wish I photographed the kind of subject that would sell (I can't see many wanting photos of war graves on their walls!), I should imagine you pick up some good (corporate as well as private) clients for some of those London shots.
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Thanks for looking, i appreciate the comments.
Im sorry i can't change your opinion on the newer buildings. I love the older buildings but sadly there are not as many as there used to be. Im sure the Walkie Talkie building will not age as gracefully as London's current old buildings.

I would love to sell some photos but I'm yet to find any clients I'm afraid.

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