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mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1515 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2009 8:05PM
Unusual, and very effective use of portrait.
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Nigeyboy 8 733 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2009 8:33PM
This really jumped out of the gallery while I was browsing!! Really different image - I love the 'SLOW''s on the road, that kind of lead you eye through the pic - would love to drive down it!!
dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 339 England
16 Jul 2009 8:46PM
Good one, makes the most of the long lens compression to really illustrate the undulating road.
Neeka 7 16 Wales
16 Jul 2009 11:02PM
That is really easy on the eye....even with all the crookedness. Really great image.
~Necia~
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
16 Jul 2009 11:31PM
Great shot. What a road. .......Sandy
aneta 7 United States
17 Jul 2009 3:17AM
Really good one! Like it.
Hoffy Plus
12 262 16 England
17 Jul 2009 9:07AM
Lovely composition.
3 Aug 2009 4:40PM
Pl eliminate wire crossing the road.
Alan_Coles 10 177 11 Wales
4 Aug 2009 9:07AM
Well spotted, interesting image - I like it !!
RobboB Plus
10 119 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2009 10:28AM
Reckon this could be good in B&W too
Natzdad 8 29 2 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2009 9:42PM

Quote:Reckon this could be good in B&W too
tried it robboB but it was very flat and lacked any contrast at all,but i do know what you mean about trying mono from original colour shots, I, like yourself, do sometimes check if a shot is better in mono.Cheers ....Mick
Great capture !!!

Rgds
Jamie Burns
shreel 6 7 1 India
30 Jan 2010 2:06PM
nice thinking...
DiegoDesigns 10 117 6 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2010 9:38AM
So these are the infamous 'Yorkshire Bumps' well I always thought they were just a legend! A cracking image and your efforts to remove the lines have worked well. Not so keen on the B&W conversion, but version 2 - excellent... Dave

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