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A little bit arty farty today. I spotted this in the b-in-l's garden and thought it would look good in b&w.
Cheers and thanks for all the comments and votes this week, as always your time and thoughts are appreciated.
And look good it surely does Great photo !
A wonderful image, Andy, memories of summer sunshine Carol
Interesting image Andy - I think I might have tried a shot with the bottle slightly off centre - perhaps crop a bitoff the left and bottom to increase the drama. This fine capture well worth a bit of experimentation. A
That photo conveys a poignant sense of ennui ....
Beautiful mono with nice tones. Deep
This is one helluva good b&w, inky blacks, harsh light - very moody!
Very nicely done.
Looks good in mono and a great shot.
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If you have the camera on a tripod during live view, you can zoom in on your subject in the monitor for precise focus.
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