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Briwooly 10 452 5 England
29 Oct 2010 7:13PM
Great contrast old and new works for me


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andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2010 7:57PM
works for me to brilliant detail and colour a beauty Wink
NeilWigan Plus
6 13 15 England
29 Oct 2010 8:26PM
good street shot well done.
metro074 6 8 Australia
29 Oct 2010 9:31PM
A wonderful composition. Past and present coming together. The detail is wonderful.
30 Oct 2010 1:46AM
Lovely colours! Very well done!
tashi 6 2
30 Oct 2010 8:29AM
Very nice capture. Well taken.
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
30 Oct 2010 12:12PM
Very fine street photography.
May a suggest a slight counter clockwise rotation to straighten the verticals a bit. It all seems leaning to the right.
PeterDSmith 8 13 46 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2010 12:19PM
Whereas the focussing looks sharp enough for me, as I can clearly see that I should KEEP CLEAR, I think there are problems with the exposure, as the sky appears burnt out.

I am glad to see that the composition has a beating heart. I must admit to being prejudiced: I prefer photographs of people to photographs of anything else. However, while I am on the subject of composition, I do wonder whether this photograph needs straightening? Also, I think the composition would have been improved if you were to have positioned the lady in the frame according to the rule of thirds: that is to say, more towards the bottom left-hand corner. I think it is better to show more of where she is going than where she has been.
dusfim 6 Malta
30 Oct 2010 2:03PM
Yes I agree that it needs some straightening, also regarding the exposure because of the sky appears burnt out. I admit that that sometimes I harry to upload my photos because it will be late in the evening.
Thanks to you all for your constructive critique to improve my quality.


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