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Many thanks for the votes and comments for my “Church Tower” upload.
Here’s the bw version.
Very satisfyingly balanced and 'grounded', an L-shape composition sitting in a portrait frame. Lovely lines and textures.
Great composition! It´s perfect in mono. Nice job!
The emphasis is now on the textures but I think I'll stay with those beautiful reddy browns.
Lovely capture in the mono.
I really like the previous colour one too.
Great light and clarity of detail.
This is stunning in black and white! The coloured version was also excellent!
Looks just as good in mono, David, nice work
I also like it in mono.
Whilst this B and W version works very nicely too, David, I think with this particular image my preference still lies with the coloured one.
both versions work well for me ....
thanks for putting the mono up seperately
Even better in monochrome!
Looks good in monochrome .....Phil
The B&W enhances the stone work in an excellent manner.
Good mono work.
Looks just as good in mono, an excellent architectural image indeed
the mono version underlines the architectural work and the fine masonry, the colours show the charming light and colours and the grand design.
hard to chose, isn't it just
Like the mono but think the colour was a stunner
cracking image david,really suits mono.ray
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