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bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
3 Feb 2007 8:33AM
I like them both ...the tones in the mono version are great.....very well converted !

have a great and creative WE

ollie

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User_Removed 13 51
3 Feb 2007 8:38AM
Thats an intimidating look in the eyes Ron. Good shot and fine conversion.

Derek
User_Removed 13 7 8 Netherlands
3 Feb 2007 8:54AM
I much prefer the color version, since its colours capture the scene as an African scene in a way that these B&W tones are unable to. Regards, Bert
munk 15 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2007 9:57AM
The colours are very striking on the over image. But the mono is as striking with the tones, I prefer the mono Ron.
Graham.
MDaniel 13 3 3 Ghana
3 Feb 2007 10:58AM
This is lovely in B&W, great conversion. Tones are spot on.
3 Feb 2007 3:25PM
the black & white is a fine image but the colour version is my favorite.
tonyheps 16 6 1
3 Feb 2007 3:28PM
The tones of the grasses have really helped the mono version. Still prefer colour
DYankee 13 6 United States
3 Feb 2007 4:33PM
Well done image, Ron!!
The range and details are so wonderful!
Dawn Smile
Phoebecat 13 1 Italy
3 Feb 2007 4:45PM
Love your Africa shots - remind me of home (of course). Well caught and excellent composition. This one's particularly good

Matt
xinia 14 54
3 Feb 2007 8:22PM
nicely converted Ron - though having seen the colour version (s) I think I prefer them as they evoke an extras element - the light and colour of the wild..
Tandberg 16 1.2k 2 England
4 Feb 2007 8:25AM
Like both Ron!
But the colour ones in front by a couple of feet and nearing the winning post
Dave
Alison_S 13 339 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2007 6:58AM
Beautiful conversion, fantastic shot!

Ali

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