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Steve_S Plus
11 180 3 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2010 8:58PM
Nice work Clint
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Draig37 9 249 Wales
9 Jul 2010 9:00PM
well done - good treatment and like no 1 (but only just)
9 Jul 2010 9:05PM
.....Great tones....like the darkness and detail.....
... Cheers, Dave.
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
9 Jul 2010 9:26PM
Superb! Love the colour but the mono is excellent.

Darren.
IanFlindt 12 740 21 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2010 10:05PM
Love the colour version in particular - it makes the most of the superb processing you've applied to the image. I thought at first that it might need a tiny bit of counter-clockwise rotation, but actually its clear from a closer study of the verticals that couldn't be straighter.
maggieh 8 4 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2010 11:43PM
2 great images full of interest and pin sharp. Difficult to choose one over the other but I think V1 just edged ahead.
maggie
Ian-Munro 9 200 15 Wales
10 Jul 2010 1:06AM
Superb mate, I have just travelled back from there. Bloody brass bands playing and people everywhere enjoying themselves....apart from me I was bloody fuming lol.

A photography day in London at 30+ degress is not the place to be on a Friday.

Anyway the colour a ace on V1 if I HAD to pick Wink

Ian
10 Jul 2010 6:23AM
Nice One
Ray42 8 3 England
10 Jul 2010 7:31AM
Very nice work Clint -pin sharp detail and full of interest. I think the colour version is the better IMHO - congreatulations on the well deserved GEA
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2010 7:40AM
I like both but will go with the colour for impact
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
10 Jul 2010 1:52PM
Delighted to have the chance to make this cracking good shot RC Clint. Superb.
Ron
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
10 Jul 2010 2:01PM
beautifully processed, v1 for me.lesley
10 Jul 2010 2:58PM
Excellent. Sid and Barbara top it off.
SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
10 Jul 2010 3:24PM
This is a great place to photograph and I do love the way you've accentuated all the lines. So clean and clear. No preference, just a superb image.
Chris
dormay 6 1
11 Jul 2010 12:58PM
Very good. Love all the detail - it just grabs your attention.

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