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Street scene from Cusco, Peru. It's actually a pretty steep slope - I'm sure the handbrake worked, but "you never know".
If you look carefully you'll see a well camouflaged gentleman lurking in the background.
EDIT - Version 2 with the lurker removed.
Excellent detail and composition.You have had some mileage lol out of this VW.
Yes !!Beatifully detailed shot.
For me its the best of the series, just brilliant. you will have to see what the clickers think.
Stunning details, colours and composition, has to be the best series I've seen on here by a mile.
That car really suits this processing. Great shot.
nice processing shame about the chap behind the car
well done nice series
Another stunning image well seen and processed
A superb series, another excellent piece of work!
Thanks for the comments. Perhaps I should have removed the bloke from behind the car. I had another image without him but i slightly prefered this composition.
It certainly has got some mileage, I should probably send the glamorous owner of the car a print or something (I think she owns the restaurant it's parked outside). Thanks again.
Looks great to me
Thanks for the HC.
i've gotta say that lurker is gooood! an old style/discipline of lurking which has been around since the dawn of photography itself! not so popular these days and rare to see, partly due to the development of the modern digital ccd's and image manipulation software such as photoshop (simply remove the lurker A.K.A version 2), but also due to the repetitive nature of the maneuver itself, commonly over used in many of the minor league lurking communities. dramatic none the less! nice move!......oh yeah good picture aswell! well done on the highly committed!
Thanks Jack, perceptive as always.
Excellent image,got a postcard feel to it.
Fantastic image and great light. I prefer version 2 with the additional burning on the foregreound cobbles. Didn't notice the lurker 'till I read your description!
Either with, or without the lurker this is one hell of a great image, fantastic work
Brilliant shot, well captured.
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