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    Hi All

    Merry Christmas to you all..

    I took this image yesterday on a whim. Something attracted to to take it and I wonder if it strikes a cord with anyone else...? Was walking to the coffee shop at the time and not really "in the zone" but tell me what you think.. and absolutely boring is a perfectly acceptable answer if that's how you feel..

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    I like the image. Black and white looks good.

    I do think shooting a bit higher would help to have mode separation between the Traveller and the Skyline.

    I am tempted to remove the Bench which to me is a bit Distracting.

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    Thanks again here for the comments Krishna.. Interesting to hear your views on the bench.. I thought its was integral to the story but I take your point about it being a distraction...

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    Nicely done Don. I also agree on the bench and I would even clone out the stuff in the water, especially the two things that merge with the distant shoreline. B&W is a personal thing and for my tastes I would go for a much darker sky to give it more impact. Hope you had a great Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew McLachlan View Post
    Nicely done Don. I also agree on the bench and I would even clone out the stuff in the water, especially the two things that merge with the distant shoreline. B&W is a personal thing and for my tastes I would go for a much darker sky to give it more impact. Hope you had a great Christmas and Happy New Year!
    Thanks Andrew for the comments, but I assume the bench is also a distraction to you? The darker sky also works for me, not sure why it dident end up that way..

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