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Just thought I'd try the mono version.
. . monumental . . had to be done! . . an impressive B & W image! . . .
I like them both,those clouds are awesome Kris.
Looks unbelievable in B&W almost like an avalanche of cloud. Stunning.
wow.. that looks brilliant, great capture
Im not saying anything, its too bloody good like the last one.
I prefer the colour version but boy those clouds are awesome!
I think the mono version works better, excellent
some build up.. B&W makes it stand out
Great cloud formation, nice bw treatment.
many thanks folks.
that's some awesome cloud ! dramatic in mono
The clouds look much more 3 dimensional in this version but seem to have a more intense brightness in the colour version, which I prefer! However, this version is still totaly clickworthy.
Perfect B&W material. Both versions are stunning.
cheers again all.
Can't decide which I prefer of the 2 .... both equally stunning .... brilliant Kriss! Click*
Personally I prefer the colour version (for once). It didn't quite hit me as a mono shot when I took it but I just thought I'd try it.
Wow........it looked dramatic in your last upload but even more so here!!!!
Love it in b&w too, Kris, big click
Thanks Mari, much appreciated.
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