Started by Trapezium Artist, December 14, 2012, 07:00:48 PM
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Quote from: "Pedro"In my opinion, Mike, you are the perfect gig photographer.Absolutely stunning shots and no inconvenience to anyone...plus you rescued the banana at the right time.
Quote from: "DueyC"Security tried to take my camera off me, but thanks to this thread I knew to stand my ground. I made it to the front (thanks SmartUK for making a space at the rail for me) and took quite a few photos but haven't got around to sorting them out yet.
Quote from: "johninblack"Thanks Mark, there's nothing wrong with those piccies, I especially like the wicked gleam in Jem's eyes as he introduces his Speak and Spell to the gathered masses
Quote from: "Ash"Loved the Speak n Spell pic. Racing Hippo's friend is the panda from the Fishtank.
Quote from: "Trapezium Artist"I finally managed to find time to go through the rather small collection of pictures I took at Frost*Bites and pick out a select few for your delectation. I wasn't in the best of locations, photography-wise, and couldn't move to get a variety of shots. Plus, as Mike will confirm, the lighting was bogging awful in this regard. Plus, of course, he and others were down in the pit with their sacks o' kit, so better able to have a comprehensive go at it (which Mike certainly did very well at).Nevertheless, there are a few of my pictures which I'm happy with and more than happy to share with you all://http://www.flickr.com/photos/markmccaughrean/sets/72157632316087262/Enjoy!
Quote from: "Trapezium Artist"and now I learn that she's an endangered Ailuropoda melanoleuca to boot ... 8-)
Quote from: "Pedro"In my opinion, Mike, you are the perfect gig photographer.
Quote from: "MikeEvs"Nice set mate
Quote from: "Trapezium Artist"Quote from: "Ash"Loved the Speak n Spell pic. Racing Hippo's friend is the panda from the Fishtank.Blimey; how many names can one person have? There were about 19 already attached to this young lady in RH's post over in the other topic, and now I learn that she's an endangered Ailuropoda melanoleuca to boot ... 8-)