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Thanks Matt. There is little processing in this one. Just a single image, which I straigtened up, a hint of a crop and just reduced the bit of grain I had. First time that I took a Picture of the Bridges from that angle. Just a shame that the clouds got thicker as the sun went down, so I lost a bit of the colour on the left hand side on both Bridges. Just have to try again
Over all I prefer the B&W version - it's more dramatic to me than the Colour Version. If I could have the looks on the SECC of the Colour one in the B&W I would be 100 satisfied as it his is just a superb capture of structure and 3D shape.
Good capture of the performers pose - works well in B&W, Pin sharp. Great. But I have to agree on Shooty-1's comment. The person in the background breaks the image. It's hard to keep the 2nd eye on what is happening when you focus on a subject. Next time more luck patience and you have a winner.
Agree with you on the feeding table not the nicest place but good to see a Red. Would it have been possible to have a lower angle so to reduce the view on the table and get a bit blurred Background in to reduce the impact of the table on the image? Not always possible but a suggestion for the next time
Filling the frame is superb. I am looking at a Laptop screen so not the best but I can not makeout the focus. It looks shaken. If it was handheld you may use a Tripod on the longer focal lense or a Tree Fence post to sablise the canera. Would like to get that close up to a squirrel though.
Thanks Patpat19, Jocelia, Ridgeway and Cristian. I like the gloominess as for me it suits the state of the building but will post the colour version sometime soon. Ridgeway - it's not as far as I know but certainly could be interesting if the stones could tell stories, like how the men went over from their quaters to the woman's without getting caught... The joy of recovery or the sadness of failed treatment... A great place. Thanks for commenting