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21 Mar 2015 8:22AM
The B&W was about how it felt.
This is about how it looked.
NDODS 10 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2015 8:55AM
Great photography very well observed and captured Derek.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
PranavMishra 8 52 18 India
21 Mar 2015 9:12AM

Quote:The B&W was about how it felt.
This is about how it looked.



depth in the comment..

this is lovely, Derek..
Jasper87 Plus
10 2.6k 158 England
21 Mar 2015 9:13AM
Muted tones. Looks good in its own right but as a comparison the mono is an easy winner, Derek.

Dave
fazzer 11 54 7 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2015 1:38PM
beautiful tones its like being there in person but as Alan noted the mono expressed the feelings of the place perfectly
Richsr 13 91 223 England
21 Mar 2015 2:18PM
Also mono in its self Derek, good to see both versions
Regards
Richard
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
11 112 38 Wales
21 Mar 2015 6:09PM
It was a clear candidate for conversion but this has a very appealing sense of integrity, Derek.
Alun
CliffGreen 8 8 2 Scotland
22 Mar 2015 2:01PM
Always interesting to see the colour version.
Cliff
Rende 13 38 4 Netherlands
22 Mar 2015 5:42PM
That's a beauty Derek, with that lovely reflection and impressive sky.
I prefer it to the mono version.
Rende
helenlinda Plus
13 367 22 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2015 10:30PM
For me the mono has more punch, but the blue tones are very beautiful here SmileSmile
Helen
Sezz 15 619 15 England
1 Apr 2015 2:59PM
I like this colour version, has a sad and lonely feel to it though - beautifully done as always!

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