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cantona43 Plus
10 922 4 England
17 Nov 2010 11:35PM
a super candid Lucy nice to see you back
Neil

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17 Nov 2010 11:39PM
Cheers Neil. Lost my connection there, but V2 is now up!
debu 6 India
17 Nov 2010 11:57PM
Lovely images.
debu
cantona43 Plus
10 922 4 England
18 Nov 2010 12:00AM
and a cracking version it is too
Neil
mikbee 8 3 8 Scotland
18 Nov 2010 12:01AM
Reckon V2 is a cracker Lucy.Should have been first IMO !!
And the reason they do it on a Sunday is they can charge double the price for their paintings !! Apart from one man that you will never see on a Sunday, or any other day of the week,and that is that Venitian blind man !!
Good shots.
Mick.
JPatrickM 8 2 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2010 12:07AM
I like pictures of artists at work, so V1 is my choice. V2 is a lovely pic, but the artist is then an intrusion rather than centre of interest.
Patrick
18 Nov 2010 12:12AM
Hmmm... I did struggle with which should have been V1. I chose the close up as I prefer to see the work the painter is doing, and the background reflects his painting with all the arched windows. I do like V2 though as the artist isn't the main attraction but you do notice him. If that makes sense at all! V2 is better large BTW.
18 Nov 2010 1:10AM
Love the detail in v1 and the larger view in v2 his light hat still drews the eye to him. Both excellent
Regards Charles
cassiecat 7 39 46 England
18 Nov 2010 3:22AM
likethem both.lesley
18 Nov 2010 3:37AM
There is no choice! I love them both! Great images!
18 Nov 2010 5:38AM
Prefer V2, but I'm wondering about something between V1 & V2, maybe cropping the top third of V2.
Either way these are still two very good pics.

Richard
tashi 5 2
18 Nov 2010 8:22AM
Wonderful set. Very beautifully captured indeed. Congrats.
Rani
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2010 8:59AM
Two very effective photographs. I go with those preferring V2, but in truth they are very different. I love the taller composition-wise.
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
9 841 1372 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2010 9:04AM
V2 for me, by a whisker - the details of the painting are visible, but dwarfed by the real buildings. I like the idea of a square crop, it would contain the scene better.
Moira

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