- Phone Photography (Can your SLR's do this??) 13,579 photos, 888 members
- Mobile Phone Photography 250,235 photos, 8,357 members
- Maple Lodge Nature Reserve 913 photos, 41 members
- BBC Springwatch (Official) 556,684 photos, 32,175 members
- Long Exposure 803,091 photos, 65,500 members
- Southwold 4,967 photos, 497 members
- Southwold Pier 435 photos, 114 members
- Amateur Photographer Magazine 447,610 photos, 8,783 members
- HNHS 8,855 photos, 132 members
- BBC Autumnwatch (Official) 224,821 photos, 16,241 members
Black Cat Photos says:
"nigel has a wonderful stream with some fantastic wildlife shots! and hes a fab flickr friend too! highly recommended! luv m xxx"
December 28th, 2010
Photo Crazy Rob says:
"Nigel, my younger brother has always had a camera nearby, the quality and diversity of his work is incredible and he has a eye for the best shot what ever the subject. My Dad (Clickhappyjohn) & Nigel introduced me to Flickr in December 2007. He has been a great help in getting into digital photography. I can only hope that one day I get somewhere near his standard of work. Keep up the excellent work and I look forward to many more days out with the cameras.
Thanks mate …"
November 22nd, 2009
Crazy Kernow says:
"When we joined Flickr Nigel became one of our 1st contacts & thankfully still is, we value his comments & visits to our own stream. Don't think you can say that Nigel is a predictable photographer as his stream is very diverse, from a Dramatic tonal B&W to a pretty flower Nigel has them all, he has a great eye for a pic & even takes his camera to work...................dedication for you & some of his London life shots are very well seen & framed. Keep up the great work....................."
August 16th, 2008
David J Manning says:
"Well, I’m stunned! – The best part of two years on Flickr, and I’ve just realized this man has no testimonials (ooo-er!).
Nigel and I date back to a time when it wasn’t particularly fashionable to walk about with a camera. When I say ‘camera’, I’m talking about a formidable arsenal of Mamiya’s (6x7), Bronicas and, of course Nikons. I remember rescuing him from an early marriage to Olympus, introduced him to a couple of Nikon beauties, and since then he’s remained faithful and never looked back. Naturally, his photography has increased both in technical quality and artistic flare. This man’s well versed in the traditional methods and has served his time, long and hard, in the darkroom, mastering both the colour and black-&-white processes. Now, fully embracing the digital era, Nigel continues to bring new and interesting images, and award-winning photos to our screens every day.
Keep up the good work, mate – you’re an inspiration to us all!"
July 4th, 2008
- May 2007