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Rachel99 9 1 2 United Kingdom
16 May 2009 5:06PM
Love it! The changes to the composition are great. The tree has far more impact when it is on its own. It wouldn't have occurred to me though. That's the beauty of EPZ I guess - lots of experienced help. I would now like to see this one in colour, though mono does work well on geometric images like this I think.

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comma 10 108 6 United Kingdom
16 May 2009 5:17PM
A Big big thumbs up.

derekhansen Plus
9 210 24 United Kingdom
16 May 2009 5:27PM
Superb image. Prompted me to look at your previous versions and IMO this is the best.
PeelNStick 13 4 United States
16 May 2009 5:31PM
Great lead in.
agingrocker 9 14 1
16 May 2009 5:43PM
Great lines, sky and symmetry. Antony
16 May 2009 5:46PM
Nice image
Andycln 10 26 3 United Kingdom
16 May 2009 6:58PM
Really well composed image.
16 May 2009 7:04PM
gets my vote....very nice......Ian
wheresjp 10 102 United Kingdom
16 May 2009 7:12PM
Great shot!! Love it. Find myself mesmerized!
MilanaG 12 Bulgaria
17 May 2009 7:04AM
Very well composed B&W shot...
Campbell 9 1 Scotland
17 May 2009 9:54AM
Really nice image, great low angle...nice in mono.
Andrew_Hurley 12 71 73 United Kingdom
17 May 2009 2:58PM
I thought WOW when I saw the thumbnail! An excellent image. The rule of thirds completely broken and it works! Very graphic, wonderful lead in lines and great lighting. I think it can be improved though. The sky it great and think if it was even darker, broodier and moodier you would have a real winner on your hands. Still a cracker of an image all the same.


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