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just a conversion to B+W of my previous upload,
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Excellent Mo. I really like the shades in this.
nicely balanced image.
A stunning B&W image, Mo. A pleasure to view!
Viewed the large image which captures the detail. Not sure if it was my monitor but there looked to be some sensor dust??? Looked on the colour version and it wasnt there so who knows
Beautiful shot Mo, that sky is very dramatic! Spot on! Click!!!
excellent dramatic shot looks great in b/w
Great drama, well done. PAul
Impressive capture, love the tones well done.
Hi Mo,i really like the clouds,detail,tones,lighting,exposure and presentation.Awesome shot!Take care.Ann
I checked what period it was from the date you gave me,it is the art nouveau style.
thankyou for your kind comments,much appreciated.
Nice work, very atmospheric.
Very good B&W conversion Mo.
Got a real dramatic feel Mo,great conversion mate.
like this one Mo
What a contrast! the stark white light house grabs your eye and beams right thru that dark menacing sky-- A dramatic image!
works great in b/w, well done
works well in black and white too
Very moody but I think the colour version works better for me
Afternoon Mo. thanks mate on the e2 options, it was me, ploncker that I am.....
Actually prefer this although I have to admit I do Luv B&W anyway when done so well as this is.
Cheers and enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Lovely tones! Love it in B&W too!
A Beaut Mo
very powerful, this image works very well in b/w
Great tone Mo like it..
The colour one was great, the B&W Is superb, nice one mate.
Stands still there!??? Where the hell has my ship gone??? LOL.........
Looks much more foreboding in B&W. I was wondering if the lighthouse would lend itself to a 'haystacks' series like the impressionist painter did showing it in different lighting through the course of one day and put as 4 scenes in one composite picture. Just a thought, might be fun to try.
This work very well...But like the coloured one more...
even more dramatic in black and white . like it a lot........liz
As said before, great picture. Works great in b/w. well done.
hi Mo, still looks great in B&W!!!
Love the moody atmosphere offered by B&W
Very atmospheric in B&W Mo
Lovely Mo,but I can't see the Robin ? !!
Yep its your old faithful.. l have a place thats my loyal faithful friend in p'graphy hahahahaha!!! most of the water reflections come from there..
and l love this lighthouse.. no matter how many times you see it and what tone ..perspective it always has this new story to tell... beautiful work mo !!!!!
'50'. Like both versions. They both have their own attributes. Well worked and presented. click. John
Well done Mo,very atmospheric and moody.Nick.
Excellent shot, especially in large version, love the sky.
Love the sky !!
howdid you know i was in hiding mo... great monochrome impression of the lighthouse. the lighthouse contrasts perfectly with the sky and shore. well done alan
Awesome in the larger spectrum, Mo!
Luv this, lighting is exceptional.
a well controlled exposure, good contrast too.
love it in b&w Mo it works really well
great tones, M, (*_*)
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