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26 May 2006 5:24AM
Great B/W image well spotted

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ericfaragh 12 132 3 United Kingdom
26 May 2006 5:26AM
Good repeats and depth, nice treatment.
DaveU Plus
10 1.3k 123 England
26 May 2006 5:29AM
Excellent composition and perspective. The figure (fat or not) adds scale. I think I would prefer to see this as straight BW though as I don't think the toning adds much to the shot IMO Smile

Dave.
Hanners Plus
10 875 10 Ireland
26 May 2006 5:30AM
Good positioning all the same. Cracking compsition and the toning tops it all off nicely.


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ChrisOs 11 2 1 United Kingdom
26 May 2006 5:36AM
Thanks for the comments everyone.

Actually Tony, she had to walk backwards about 6 yards in Photoshop to get where she is now.

I Duotoned it to keep it in the sort of mini series I have been doing of Mont St Michel. I suppose logically they should all have the same toning, but daahh, who wants to be a conformist.

Chris
26 May 2006 5:52AM
terrific shot..love the toning work...great effect.
shane 12 7 United Kingdom
26 May 2006 6:02AM
Hi Chris

Superb shot, love the sepia tones, it suits this imae perfectly, Excellent presentation


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SoupyD 10
26 May 2006 6:09AM
Wonderful series Chris...well seen and presented, and with a tongue firmly in cheek...well done Smile
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
26 May 2006 7:32AM
Wonderfully composed, and I love the reference to the overweight tourist. It might have been a ghost of one, of course.
davidcollins 11 108 1 Scotland
26 May 2006 7:46AM
a nice shot with plenty of detail.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
26 May 2006 8:44AM
I like your choice of angle and the repeating arches, the figure gives a good sense of scale. I like the presentation too!

Sez Smile
MalcolmS Plus
11 1.2k 13 England
26 May 2006 8:45AM
Good perspective and repetition Chris

Malcolm
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
26 May 2006 10:07AM
The duotoning works well for me Chris, especially in the large version. Funnily enough I have to say I'd prefer it without the figure at all but, as I'm probably in a minority of one here(!).....
Good stuff.
Richard
A_Harrison 11 260 Canada
26 May 2006 10:32AM
Great lead in lines. good comp.

Very nice.

Allan
Blenkinsopp 10 320 4 England
26 May 2006 10:53AM
perfectly balanced composition of the lines of perspective with the well positioned figure giving a sense of scale
JohnoP 11 2
26 May 2006 1:09PM
Congratulations on the well deserved RC - nice one Chris - John.
rania 12 1
27 May 2006 12:18AM
Lovely shot of the cloisters...though I would prefer it without the figure Smile
Rania
AlanBW 10 20 England
27 May 2006 5:13AM
Superb way to finish a fine series - well done
davidbailie 13 457 7 United Kingdom
27 May 2006 10:25PM
Like it very much - would be happy to see him further off - perhaps not at all Smile

Dave
angelamary 10 6 England
28 May 2006 2:02AM
Lovely building, nice composition. Well caught.
mrsdaffy 10 16
28 May 2006 10:28AM
Excellent shot Chris....

Mags
sputnki 12 10 Canada
28 May 2006 4:11PM
Ho ho! Never a mysterious figure around when you need one, but tourists are in plentiful supply!

Doug
ChrisOs 11 2 1 United Kingdom
29 May 2006 11:31PM
Thanks again everyone! Slightly amazed to get so much interest on this one.
Chris
annefromleo 10 11 1 United Kingdom
30 May 2006 2:41AM
this is my sort of image Chris, love archtectural work and the whole composition and tone is excellent
Anne
paulcr 11 1.5k 9 Ireland
30 May 2006 2:51AM
Brilliant lines, great conversion. Paul
sputnki 12 10 Canada
30 May 2006 5:12PM
Hey, that's another RC for ya buddy!

Doug
Chriscj 10 96 1 England
2 Jun 2006 4:37AM
Nicely composed shot Chris.

Chris
old timer 12 55 1 Scotland
7 Jun 2006 1:54AM
What excellent use of perspective. Now how did I miss this?!!
Jim
highlander 12 32 Scotland
22 Jun 2006 4:00PM
The pillar repetition along with your subject works well Chris.
Doug.

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