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By BrianM
This was the exit from a piece of land near a train station, at one time used as a temporary car park, now abandoned to nature.

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elcid 13 150 England
25 Nov 2004 11:15AM
Well spotted,nice crisp shot.


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25 Nov 2004 12:18PM
Composition spot on as usual, Brian. Are you clever enough to change the red lettering to black! just a thought, the red of course 'goes' with the red bricks but I wonder if black might stand out a little more. Mind you, having studied this a bit more, it's fine as it is (typical woman prattling on and being indecisive) Smile
BrianM 15 6 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2004 12:27PM
Thanks Bill and Lydia for taking a look and for the kind comments, appreciated.

Lydia - I've already changed it :o) - the original red or orange had faded to a palish yellow so I brought it back to something more noticable.
25 Nov 2004 3:18PM
Excellent sharp, well composed and well spotted shot Brian!

UserRemoved 13 6.2k 1
25 Nov 2004 11:34PM
Agree with Lydia re comp - turns an OK shot into one with extra interest √ΜΛЯΚ
BrianM 15 6 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2004 1:03AM
Thanks for taking a look, Mary & Mark, and for the comments, appreciated as always.
John_Duckett 13 386 2 Norfolk Island
27 Nov 2004 2:10AM
Well spotted, for me I may have been tempted to crop the wall off, but still a good composition.

BrianM 15 6 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2004 3:03AM
Thanks for taking a look, John, and for your thoughts, all appreciated. The original capture was a slightly wider view and I did crop it back but was loathe to chop off the rambling growth which what the shot was all about so settled for cropping half a brick above the background weeds.
I love the red brick wall background Brian, such contrast to the wild plants.
Lovely shot.
BrianM 15 6 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2004 9:02AM
Thanks Richard, viewing and comments appreciated as always.

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