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Had hoped to see a mysterious monk or a ghost of Christmas Past or something. Instead I just got a slightly overweight tourist.
Possibly the last of the Mont St Michel series.
All comments and crits as ever.
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Great B/W image well spotted
Good repeats and depth, nice treatment.
Excellent composition and perspective. The figure (fat or not) adds scale. I think I would prefer to see this as straight BW though as I don't think the toning adds much to the shot IMO
Good positioning all the same. Cracking compsition and the toning tops it all off nicely.
Thanks for the comments everyone.
Actually Tony, she had to walk backwards about 6 yards in Photoshop to get where she is now.
I Duotoned it to keep it in the sort of mini series I have been doing of Mont St Michel. I suppose logically they should all have the same toning, but daahh, who wants to be a conformist.
terrific shot..love the toning work...great effect.
Superb shot, love the sepia tones, it suits this imae perfectly, Excellent presentation
Wonderful series Chris...well seen and presented, and with a tongue firmly in cheek...well done
Wonderfully composed, and I love the reference to the overweight tourist. It might have been a ghost of one, of course.
a nice shot with plenty of detail.
I like your choice of angle and the repeating arches, the figure gives a good sense of scale. I like the presentation too!
Good perspective and repetition Chris
The duotoning works well for me Chris, especially in the large version. Funnily enough I have to say I'd prefer it without the figure at all but, as I'm probably in a minority of one here(!).....
Great lead in lines. good comp.
perfectly balanced composition of the lines of perspective with the well positioned figure giving a sense of scale
Congratulations on the well deserved RC - nice one Chris - John.
Lovely shot of the cloisters...though I would prefer it without the figure
Superb way to finish a fine series - well done
Like it very much - would be happy to see him further off - perhaps not at all
Lovely building, nice composition. Well caught.
Excellent shot Chris....
Ho ho! Never a mysterious figure around when you need one, but tourists are in plentiful supply!
Thanks again everyone! Slightly amazed to get so much interest on this one.
this is my sort of image Chris, love archtectural work and the whole composition and tone is excellent
Brilliant lines, great conversion. Paul
Hey, that's another RC for ya buddy!
Nicely composed shot Chris.
What excellent use of perspective. Now how did I miss this?!!
The pillar repetition along with your subject works well Chris.
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