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By dark_lord  
Thank you for the comments and votes on Conversation, and thanks to Lilian who let me know the colour version wasn't there. It is now.

Yesterday it was three blokes, today it's three women. Grain again from Nik Silver Efex. I intend trying a different setting/effect on each mono image I upload.

Tags: Women 1940s 1940s weekend Portraits and people Black country museum Gossiping

Voters: cats_123, bobpaige1, vivdy and 31 more

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cats_123 Plus
17 5.1k 30 Northern Ireland
22 Jul 2016 9:20PM
Excellent candid...colour for me please 😊
22 Jul 2016 9:27PM
Excellent Keith, like both versions,
mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.0k 2465 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2016 9:42PM
As Wellington said of his troops, 'I don't know what effect they have on the enemy but by God thy terrify me...'
Spkr51 5 United States
22 Jul 2016 10:34PM
Well captured ...
22 Jul 2016 11:16PM
Superb, Keith - mono works the better for me.
I thought it was the BCM - I'll be visiting on Sunday.

taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
23 Jul 2016 1:11AM
I will agree, the color is garish---maybe meant to be-- mono easier on the eyes!

We have white phlox coming out now--pink eyes!
Bantu 8 7 1 India
23 Jul 2016 6:16AM
Beautiful captures.

23 Jul 2016 7:02AM
Excellent, both images are tip top.
nonur 13 18 13 Turkey
23 Jul 2016 8:32AM
Both versions are great.
Alison_S 15 339 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2016 10:21AM
Love both versions, but especially V1 showing all the wonderful colours of the vintage dresses, hats etc (and all the old fashioned sweets in their jars in the shop behind) Grin
Chinga Plus
11 3 2 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2016 12:39PM
Lovely images Keith!
Isabel GrinGrin
bliba Plus
16 2 Austria
25 Jul 2016 12:57PM
mono works very well Wink

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