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Many thanks for your lovely comments in the past uploads...
All week busy with work - Apologies for the poor votting in my part...
PS - Still a bit of green included!
A couple of good captures.
Great shadows, Chinga!
Delightful shadows - and plenty of them too
Lovely shadows, Isabel. V2 appeals to me most.
Two wonderful shadow images, Isabel, puts mine to shame Carol
Yes it's the shadows that make this fine composition.
Two good shots V2 for me today love the textures.
It's v2 for me today Isabel, terrific shadows
2 excellent captures Isabel, really like V1 ,
A great images, very well seen. For me, V1 is better, has more impact because the lines are a little less complex.
Lovely patterns, v1 for me
Two wonderfully captured photographs Isabel each worthy of an upload. My particular favourite being the rather soft and geometrically formed version number two.
Shadows are often more interesting than the original! I like the simplicity of this, Chinga.
Great shadows in both images Isabel, but I like v2 best, look like a large fan ... Carol
The shadows have been well caught. I would prefer v1 better with the wall, at the back, cropped
Two excellent captures Isabel, V1 more detail but V2 is my choice for composition balance and excellent textures.
lovely shadows etc.
Looks like a plume, Isabel! Soft, sensitive and sexy!
Very nicely captured Isabel.
Great shadow images
Great shot. Wonderful shadows. Don
Beautifully composed, both of them.
Two very good shadows like both Isabel, regards Leon.
Quote: Two very good shadows like both Isabel, regards Leon.
I agree with leon and all above..........
Beautifully taken and presented, two great shots but V2 has it for me, Peter..
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