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From the rear garden. V1 modified to give a bigger sky V2 colour as taken with just a few usual tweaks. Could be a touch of 'Marmite' with the extended sky. As modern software makes it possible, why not?
This is one heck of a place, Great shot, Great B/W....
What an amazing place to live at Ivor !! The mono in V1 is really great but I prefer the colour in V2 - somehow gives more perspective
Both are great Ivor, I cant choose!!!
Truly magnificent your processing is excellent....John
Love v1 , it just has the edge
Works well in mono with a great sky, well worked
Great shot V2. V1 (B&W): too many copy-paste clouds.
both look great...V1 probably needs the bigger sky, as you say whether you like it is a marmite question. I do
B&W wins through fo me today nice one
The drama of the mono seems to suit this better.
Classic Dungeness. v2 for me, beautifully done and doesn't need the extra sky, v1 the perspective on the added clouds isn't quite right.
2 great images Ivor, love the B&W (V2) Just me, there is to much sky.
I know the place well, you've caught its strangeness. I'm so glad to see the garden is being cared for now, a few years ago it was looking a bit sad.
I like the idea of the square image, and of b&w, but the cloned clouds, particularly on the left, could do with a bit more work, the repeats are a bit obvious; and for me the sky is too heavy, overpowering. It distracts attention from a very fine composition.
A while ago we were walking near here when a man approached us and asked for directions to Jarman's cottage. It was his first visit. He said 'This place is surreal, we're staying between a nuclear power station, a nature reserve and an army firing range. Where else could you find that?'
Great image. Damn, I need a WA lens.
It seems like a fantastic place Ivor i love the drama and big sky of V1
Fabulous shot, so much more dramatic in B&W. Don
What a stunning capture, looks amazing in mono
Apart from some fairly obvious cloning in v1 (deliberate?) this is a very strong image indeed. A
Nice work, dramatic in black and white, tranquillity in the colour version. super variants on the same image.
I kno wthw cottage, its unusual to see it from the back - esxcellent shot. Dungeness is a great location!
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