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I thought I'd have a change from the birds tonight. This was taken in Haworth Yorkshire, home of the Bronte Family. I couldn't make my mind up if I liked it in colour or b&w so here's three versions.
Thanks for the C&Cs on my previous upload.
I can see that you used your loaf with this shot Pete
The Giant Eccles Cakes look delicious too
Version 3 is best for me
Excellent clarity in all 3 images Pete - I have a preference for the toning in V3.
Is that Nora Batty
V1 my favourite,
v1 for me tonight love the colour wonderful comp and detail a belter
All 3 are excellent cant really decide on whats best but agree detail in colour one maybe just wins it.
All three are great and its very dificult to chose a best but I will go for V1 because the bread and cakes look so delitious in colour. - gary
Imagine having a bakery to buy your bread-- looks good in all three images!
V3 for me. Suits this perfectly. .......Sandy
V 1 for me too from this excellent set, Peter. It's many years since I visited Haworth....must go back.
v 3 for the tones works best for me but a lovely shot and all of them work
A cracking trio Pete but V3 for me. A great candid and the woman reminds me of the late great Kathy Staff in her famous character role Nora Batty?
V1 and V3 for me, I can´t decide between them
Colour one for me Peter
A cracking trio - I can almost smell the fresh bread - mmmmmmmm
I prefer the colour V1 Pete.
It's a close call between v1 and v3, but v1 just shades it. I too thought of Nora Batty from Last of the Summer Wine when I saw this character
Certainly something different from you today Pete, For me this has got to be the Mono or sepia version, it adds the authenticity of that era and the lady in the turban is the icing on the cake. The only thing that gives the game away is the prices lol
Eeeh bah gum Lad, there's a gradley window I love Yorkshire Cooking, & Derbyshire isn't bad either . Love the thought of large Eccles cakes but where are the Yorkshire curd tarts filled with currants? Three great images but I do like version 3 . The clouring goes well with the old fashioned baking xxx
Yep I reckon that is Nora Batty . If only we could see her stockings
Splendid vignette, just a beautiful street photography we have all enjoyed looking at breads ( I certainly did and do ) excellent capture
No,3 for me,hard to pick one over the other.
I think V3 for me Pete, it has a timeless quality
gill .... catching up!
V1,for us ,was baking bread yesterday ,cant bake it if i cant see the colour.nicely done.
That bread looks tasty, made me feel hungry now.
Colour version for me Pete, well captured..........
How did you get Nora Batty in this fine shot ?
V3 for me Pete love the tones
Well spotted. Great capture. The colour of V 1 for me.
V3 for me!
V3 is my favourite ...
Great images Pete, but it has got to be V1 for me today, love the colours
This has such a 'northern' feel to it, very well spotted and captured.
V1 for me - though V2 comes a close second. I just love the colours in the headscarf.
V1 and V3 are my favourite!
Three great versions of this image! The 1st version works best for me! Great colours and composition! Well spotted and captured!
v3 for me.lesley
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