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sze4j 12 56 Singapore
28 Jan 2005 5:14AM
i like it...the door does provide a natural framing to the image... and the B/W works well here... =)

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User_Removed 13 268
28 Jan 2005 5:17AM
Great shot. Works very well. Love the b&w and slight graininess here. Adds atmosphere. Click. Ali.
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2005 5:19AM
I like it as it is. The wide border provided by the door gives a good atmosphere to the shot. The snow in the bottom corner is the finishing touch.

IanFlindt 12 740 21 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2005 5:20AM
I was about to say that I felt the frame was a little overwhelming - and then I saw your description. I think this is very impressive, and I particularly like the little line of snow at the bottom of the glass frame - it lends it an almost antiquated effect.
willbrealey 12 248
28 Jan 2005 5:30AM
Perfect as it is! The smallness of the little window restricts the view and gives a sense of intrigue IMO.
itinerario 13 42 Netherlands
28 Jan 2005 5:31AM
Original and well executed.
28 Jan 2005 5:43AM
Great shot, comp and natural framing. Click
roverfoxy9 12 278 Spain
28 Jan 2005 5:48AM
Great composition - I like the way the twig at the top and the build-up of snow at the bottom mirror each other.
jules41 12 197 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2005 5:53AM
Really like this,well captured
John_Duckett 12 386 2 Norfolk Island
28 Jan 2005 5:54AM
This is excellent

billma 13 119 United States
28 Jan 2005 6:10AM
Works very well. Impressive.

mikears 12 89 Canada
28 Jan 2005 6:17AM
VEry nice idea and shot - I thing I might have done is zoomed in a bit, so that the frame isn't such a large part of the photo.

Well done, though
simont 12 2.2k 4 England
28 Jan 2005 7:04AM
Like the view through the window, but find that the door frame has given the picture to big a frame.
28 Jan 2005 8:08AM
This shot looks really cool, like one of those old fashioned slides
paul162brown 12 10 England
28 Jan 2005 9:20AM
Nice composition. Click. Paul
IRaddict 13 34
28 Jan 2005 11:04AM
I really do get the feeling of looking through a window, I wouldn't change a thing!
shutter speed 12 369 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2005 3:42PM
This is so good
Would not change a thing nice work Ben.

Kempo 12 4
28 Jan 2005 5:54PM
What are you talking about?! Can't improve this!
bismah 12 45
29 Jan 2005 9:05AM
haha.. kempo u r right.. this is a very differently captured shot!
2 Feb 2005 12:43AM
well done i like this one, no need for a frame cheaper way out, fab click john
jimyoung 12 8
11 Feb 2005 11:38PM
I think the big frame emphasizes the separation between the indoor sanctuary and the cold winter climate. It's like a window into another world.
McNeilRW 11 16 Australia
24 Feb 2005 7:32PM
Really like the shot. I think the framing is wonderful.

gma 14 166 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2005 11:54AM
I like this shot. As has already been said, the door gives a natural framing, whilst the road leads into the picture.
adamd 11 1 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2005 8:31AM
Great use of framing, well spotted. It draws you into the picture. Well done
1 Mar 2005 12:00AM
Lovely shot, works so well with the thick, black frame
dotpix 12 5 Pakistan
2 Mar 2007 11:47AM
Its sooooooooo beautyfulllllllllll and I'm really sorry for that, got only 28 Clicks! very bad EPZIANs.... Its really wonderful..

Good work very ver well done Ben.......

I can't click on this image, after 29th Clicks I'll click to give my TAG Clicks.... Smile So, until wait I'll do something for it...



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