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senn Plus
5 5 1 Belgium
12 Jul 2014 9:28PM
superb compo and take, .. V1 is a winner

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12 Jul 2014 9:40PM
Wonderful natural light retro image.
jasonrwl Plus
7 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
12 Jul 2014 10:11PM
Love the handling of the light - v1 for me
Jason
12 Jul 2014 10:58PM
The mono works so well here, Keith.

Richard
Chinga Plus
6 3 1 United Kingdom
12 Jul 2014 11:03PM
Marvelous images... Mono gets my vote....
Very very good! Grin
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nonur Plus
8 17 12 Turkey
13 Jul 2014 12:58AM
Wonderfully taken and converted.
CarolG Plus
10 199 20 Greece
13 Jul 2014 5:17AM
An excellent composition and capture, colour for me. Carol
hasslebladuk 7 1 6 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2014 11:33AM
Excellent expure great shot
mike
13 Jul 2014 1:45PM
Wonderful natural light images, like both
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
13 Jul 2014 2:41PM
I like the rich colors in v1, an interesting train??? aisle down the side with windows to enjoy the scenery?
13 Jul 2014 3:48PM
Love the light on her face, well presented.
Split Plus
3 4 2 Croatia
13 Jul 2014 6:29PM
Excellent!
dark_lord Plus
13 1.9k 381 England
13 Jul 2014 7:31PM

Quote:an interesting train???

The corridor trains were the standard stock on the British rail network for many decades. I believe there were still some being used well into the 1980s in some areas, but I'm not a train historian, someone on here may know more details.
14 Jul 2014 6:29AM
Color for me , Keith! SmileSmileSmile --- Jukka.
TanyaH Plus
14 1.3k 386 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2014 10:59AM
Colour for me too ... the warm tones of that wood is gorgeous, especially when juxtaposed against the minty green of her dress. A lovely reminder of times gone by days of yesteryear Smile
glenalva Plus
11 338 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 9:57AM
Love this image.........honestly couldn't chose between the colour and B&W....I do love the warm colour of the wood and her dress and hat though, so I suppose that would mean I'd choose the colour LOL!! Both lovely images. Smile

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