The more time I spend looking at the likes of Flickr, 500px, Viewbug, the more convinced I am about what I dislike in a photo. Much more so that what I like, to be honest. Here are my suggestions for some stupendously cliched themes that should be banned from public display. Feel free to add any others. I may run a poll just for the hell of it if we get enough entries. No particular order apart from the first one! 1 - Kirkjufell in Iceland. It must be impossible to move anywhere near that mountain without tripping over a tripod or a discarded ND Filter case. 2 - any photo with a very long exposure treatment of moving water. It's moving water, I don't want to see it look like cream. 3 - moody young lady with inappropriate levels of clothing for her (often industrial) surroundings. I always want to ask "why is she there?" 4 - head-on view of a bunch of pencils/crayons 5 - clothes pegs (been there myself mind you, but I'm over it now) 6 - the church at Vik in Iceland 7 - the church in Kent that looks a bit like the one at Vik 8 - Skogafoss waterfall in Iceland 9 - anywhere else in bloody Iceland, I mean it, it's ruined for me now by rampant scenic photography 10 - Golden Gate bridge (from any angle) 11 - a horse looking over a barbed wire fence 12 - Corfe Castle peeping above the swirling mists of a Dorset sunrise while Hardyesque locals presumably swill cider or bale hay somewhere just out of shot 13 - young girl in floaty dress walking away from the camera into an impossibly colourful and slightly abstract background 14 - close up of a computer keyboard. Ooh I bet that took so much effort to think of. Bored at work were we? I could go on for hours.....!