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    B&w ii
    Last edited by escaladieu; 6th April 2012 at 04:35 AM. Reason: replace picture

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    Re: B&w ii

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    Image entered in here inappropriately. When a member starts a thread in this section of the forum that contains a picture, the assumption is that the person is inviting comment. It is not an invitation for other to add their own images.

    The only reason another image would be entered would be to illustrate a point about an aspect of the original when words alone would not suffice.

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    Re: B&w ii

    They work for me; you have managed to just avoid any over exposure in the clouds.

    I did wonder about showing the top of the tree in the first one but I suspect that would throw the whole scene off balance.

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    Re: B&w ii

    I think that's a masterful composition and then, on top of that, you've got a wonderful sky - lots of texture and shape.

    Most of all I think the composition locates the building beautifully in its environment. It is of its place and is part of its place. The three trees work perfectly together to take us through to the background.

    Super image.

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    Re: B&w ii

    love it...just wish you had a wide angle lense on it to capture that amazing tree.

    Your conversions are amazing. xx

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    Re: B&w ii

    Very nice composition Jeff, and the B&W treatment works well.

    Dave

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    Re: B&w ii

    Thanks for all the kind words everyone, I'm getting the bug for B&W ! Just off out with Amelie, to try for some B&W snaps !

    J

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    Re: B&w ii

    I think I like the sky. Nice work

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    Now the photo appears to have vanished. Or is it just me that only gets a Tinypics message instead.

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    I put it back in, this is the 2nd time its happened to one of my photos ...

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