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nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
18 Mar 2012 9:49AM
Great location and compo!

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senn Plus
5 4 1 Belgium
18 Mar 2012 10:07AM
exquisite work !..
SlowSong Plus
8 6.3k 29 England
18 Mar 2012 11:47AM
Interesting setting and beautifully posed dancer. Well deserved EC.
Chris
RobboB Plus
9 111 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2012 12:47PM
Like the juxtaposition, works well in mono. Nice one
Graysta 11 1.1k England
19 Mar 2012 7:41AM
Hell Gav thats 2 well done mate.
How many website's have you got now? Steady up though cos we don't want too many people finding out where Hornsea is they might bring caravans.
Again well done Gavin

Graham
19 Mar 2012 9:14AM
Great composition...
LesF 9 182 9
19 Mar 2012 2:06PM
Congrats Gavin on POTW, it has been a good series


LesF
ColinT-B 10 38 3 England
19 Mar 2012 4:09PM
Have to agree, very interesting shot. Works really well in B+W.
Congratulations on your POTW.
Colin
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
20 Mar 2012 10:36AM
Congrats on POTW.
Like the use of the location.
Regards Richard.
PinkK 7 80 1 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2012 12:32PM
Congrats of the POTW, a great shot Smile
robtaylor Plus
15 55 1 England
20 Mar 2012 12:34PM
Great idea and well executed, well done.
Rob
efactsphoto 4 8 3 Germany
21 Mar 2012 12:46PM
Quite nice, however the idea is not as new as one might think. Tongue
I'm following Dane Shitagi's "Ballerina Project" for almost ten years now. The New York-based photographer has made a stunning series of pictures, showing ballerinas in many locations around the globe, all in black & white. Have a look .
Frank
Gp350 5 2 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2012 1:30PM
Hi Frank
I agree it has been around for a lot of years and i like to see the way different photographers handle this subject. The ballet project has been seen all over the world and i hope will be for many more years with many more Photographers.
Uppercut 10 1 Norway
23 Mar 2012 5:06PM
Personally I would crop this much tighter in height to avoid the houses in the background and focus more on the lines and dancer.
Otherwise, great iamge with lovely tones!

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