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...and All That Jazz.
Two more from my local park (Lloyd Park in Walthamstow, North London).
v1 ... the moat from William Morris House
v2 ... 'park life' - the madness version
Iso 200, 1/100sec, f7.1, @ 68mm ... no tripod (again!)
Seems like I got the running order wrong (again) on my last. Many thanks for all the comments/votes and Graham for his UA.
Two fine winter shots. I particularly like the inclusion of the dedicated runner in V2.
A really difficult choice this morning Dave I love the water sweeping through v1 but the contrast of snow on tree is glorious. Can't make my mind up so may have to pop back later.
Two lovely snow scene that I like verry much
I like V1 a lot for it's great compo, but I love V2 as it is perfect, your timing is wonderful for the placement of the figure into the image and the movement of the leg. Marvellous!
Very nicely exposed
These are really two superb snow scenes Dave and I am a V2 man !
...and I'm a v2 person too! Shame you got them round the wrong way Dave. The subtle tones are wonderful and composition spot on.
Dave I like both versions but v2 just steals it for me. I like the leading lines and repeating patterns topped with snow. Please tell me you haven't broken your 7d and 15 - 85 combo?
Love both excellent images. Looks bloody cold though!
Excellent snow scenes Dave.
What a Cabaret...............
I like both versions Dave. V2 more, because of its figure and the motion.
Quote: Two fine winter shots. I particularly like the inclusion of the dedicated runner in V2.
We have them here wearing their joints out before time lol. two great photo's Dave, rather you than me, like both, regards Leon.
Who knew it could snow so much daaan saaath?! The autumn leaves in V1 make a great contrast with the snow. I always find snowy branches crossing each other give a bit of a flattened result and I wonder if you shot from a lower PoV whether seeing more of the moat into the distance would have given the image more depth and allowed the branches to frame it rather than obscure? The trunks with their receeding symmetry give V2 a lot of depth while the runner and the snow piled up one side of the trees give more energy. Your series has certainly shown how dramatic the snowfall was with you
Two fine winter shots but No. 2 wins the vote because of the human interest.
Two cracking wintry shots. Super composition in V2, but something about V1 really appeals to me! Can't choose between them!
Two great captures in the snow but I particularly like V2 the tree trunks have took on new dimensions. Magic
and great contrasting subject. Well done Dave. WesternRed.
Yep, sorry but it's V2 for me likewise!
Two very beautiful sccenes, Dave, half a vote for each Carol
V2 all the way for me, great set showing winter as it is make a great Christmas card Dave
Two well composed images V2 has more structure, great work.
I like them both and find V2 gets my vote today Dave. because of the figure and the high contrast good work
The autumn leaves provide a touch of warmth in an otherwise cold winter scene, Dave, and I go along with the madness bit in V 2........itself a very well composed image looking along the line of trunks, half covered in wind driven snow, and with the that bloke braving the elements adding the human touch.
Oh dear, I hate conforming but V2 for me - it's a gem. The foot kicked up behind, the snow falling across dark clothing... Very well taken, and processed.
Two beautiful scenes Dave,like them both..Lin
Two wonderful snow images but I love V2 with those great trees and the figure covered in snowflakes is perfect.
The upturned foot gives the feeling of movement.
A pair of beautiful wintery images, equally as well observed and composed. However I do think that image two is the more interesting.
v1 for me dave excellent image
Two great shots_Dave.like them both.......
2 crackers V2 for me dave.
Winter looking beautiful. V1 is great because you have excluded any sky.
Two super snowscapes. I like the composition in v2
V2 for me also good whites and good depth
Beautiful winter scene Dave; I love the soft orange of the dead leaves poking through the snow.
Excellent composition in V2 with those receding trees and the black accent of the jogger.
Christmas card images Dave, excellent white snow, like both so equal marks.
Two great images. V2 If forced to choose for the comp.
Lovely winter scenes.......Sandy
Two superb snow scenes , well captured and presented
A winter wonderland Dave, wonderful scenes.
They are both worthy of their own page. Beautiful.
Two excellent wintery images.
The snow has gone here, washed away by the rain.
I cant decide on a fave Dave, they are both great and so different.
No tripod again Tut tut.............
Two great winter scenes, Dave, I particularly like v1.
Two superb winter images Dave. Cannot choose between them. Both are brill
Beautiful capture of snow time. Well seen and captured. V2 for me.
Two Beautiful and great captures indeed.very well done,.
Both versions are beautiful and i do envy you for all this snow.
Two lovely images, Dave!
Both are so well proportioned.
Both versions are grate Dave, but V2 is my pick today, Very well portrayed, love the line of trees.
Beautifully chilly !!!.....or chillingly beautiful !!!!!!!.
Two beautiful winter scenes, Dave, especially V2 with that line of trees and the runner.
Two excellent winter captures, Dave.
Dave -- two great shots. V1 is a wonderful comp. V2 is perfectly timed -- getting runner in mid stride.
Love both these images.
Both are superb Dave, love v2 excellent.
Both excellent Dave - v2 is my favourite
I have to admit quite honestly that I do not miss snow - we had about 1 hr of flurries last year, and that was it. The snow melted within one hour and life was back to normal.
Of these two, I think the second upload is by far better. Really like the perspective in the shot, the lone jogger, the way the snow is piled against one side of the trees. Excellent.
V2 for me.
Both are excellent winter shots Dave, not just being different, tho' that is what I am because, as 85th. voter, I'm going with V1 as my choice!
Two beautiful winter images. V2 definitely merits an upload on its own.
Two super images Dave.
Two lovely winter shots
two superb snow scenes v2 is my favourite
Two great images but as mentioned V2 should be the lead one as it is fantastic.
Both superb!,,,regards Ian
Two beautiful Winter scenes Dave, V1 for me!
Beautiful shots,Dave. Excellent exposure... i like V2 very much...
looks great from here, so glad to see it only in you fine images
Love them both, but V2 really nails it for me
'Two superb & well composed winter color Images' ~ Peter
Version 1 for me Dave
Two wonderful winter scenes Dave, is that you jogging away in v2 with the camera on self timer!
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