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9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2019 6:34AM
Inspiration comes from many sources, and this Tim Clinch inspired image has been very well executed. I particularly like the post processing, and I am sure Tim would approve.

Thanks for sharing John.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin

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bliba Plus
13 2 Austria
30 Apr 2019 6:45AM
great presentation
30 Apr 2019 7:11AM
Is it a biscuit tin lid?

kaybee 15 6.7k 26 Scotland
30 Apr 2019 7:17AM
I thought Lindos was a choclolate. lol

Even Mr Clinch's advice would not work for me my phone is just too useless.
Howard2 3 2 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2019 7:30AM
This is a good picture - and it is so good that I am puzzled as to why you left that cable in when a little cloning would have got rid of it?
30 Apr 2019 7:38AM
I know nobody uses their phones to phone anybody anymore
~Tim Clinch
dudler Plus
16 931 1517 England
30 Apr 2019 9:09AM
Excellent quote, there! And he still writes a monthly column about shooting with a mobile in a British magazine.

This was shot, edited and posted on my mobile... I didn't spot the wire this morning - though I might well defend it anyway, because it's there. Lindos is a town with WiFi, and the look of a biblical village. Donkeys and motor bikes. Greeks, Jews and gentiles...
30 Apr 2019 10:13AM
Amazing how well this scene works in mono, John.
If this was an experiment, you've succeeded with flying colours.

mac Plus
17 1 Scotland
30 Apr 2019 12:31PM
I have Snapseed on my IPad so I must have another look at it. Great use of the program so something to emulate.
dark_lord Plus
15 2.3k 587 England
30 Apr 2019 1:47PM
This has the look of an Edwardian travel image, and the view was pretty much the same then. Apart from the wires I guess Smile
Irishkate Plus
9 41 115 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2019 7:01PM
Good tonal range as a mono John wires or not!
JuBarney Plus
8 33 4 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2019 7:17PM
A terrific mono & would love to see the donkeys

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