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    Creaking Joints

    Creaking Joints

    18th Century Farm Buildings, Smedstorps, Ydres Kommun, Sweden

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    Re: Creaking Joints

    Very well conceived and executed.

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    Nicely composed, and a great subject to shot in B&W.

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    Re: Creaking Joints

    One of the finest B&W I've seen. Nice tonal range, interesting image.
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    I have never really explored black and white photography, so I am at quite a loss in truly understanding what goes into such a shot. I do, however, know when something is intriguing and interesting. I love the textures, shapes, and the many shades (which I gather you experts call tonal range) of this shot. The composition also gives a real feeling of balance. I will have to put this aspect of photography on my "learn to do" list.

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    Re: Creaking Joints

    Very nice image, Mike. I'm sure it gets better and better as the image size becomes larger and larger.

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    Thanks for the comments folks. This particular farm site could have kept me busy for days. Just a pity I only had my point and shoot with me. Low cost airlines ... Doh!!!

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    Re: Creaking Joints

    I like that. A well seen and executed pattern shot.

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    Very nice imagery well composed and an excellent conversion to B&W.

    The image keeps reminding me of something but, I cannot put my finger on it. Oh yes, I have it now: my spine!

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