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Roman Wall

By gajewski  
Shot this one in Rome. It was an overcast day and this was a narrow alley that doesn't get much sunlight and so the shot is rather flat. However, the bicycle and weatherworn wall looked interestig to me so I tried pumping up the contrast and played around a bit in Photoshop. -=Walter

Tags: Bike Rome Italy Door Landscape and travel

Voters: sugar jones, ColouredImages, tyron_leworthy and 9 more


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telep 13 11 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2005 10:28PM
Love the texture, very nice effect. Well done.
Trev

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JWinney 10 5
22 Oct 2005 11:32PM
Looks good, Textures and colours are nice. I think you've over tweeked it a bit.
If original the image is big enough, try cropping to show just the bike and a bit of the building, it would make another good image.
sugar jones 11 185
23 Oct 2005 12:21AM
Lovely textures and lighting gives the shot and old feel.
SugarJ*
23 Oct 2005 12:27AM
Nice texture to it. It would be even better had you got the whole door frame in the shot, complete with arch
Mike
23 Oct 2005 3:50AM
Love the texture in the whole imgae, amazing!

Tyron
tonymarq 10 1 United States
23 Oct 2005 12:43PM
Great texture with a Rustic feel Walt!!
tonymarq
exposure 12 3.7k England
25 Oct 2005 1:26PM
Lovely textures detail tones and composition.
Pauline.
26 Oct 2005 12:01PM
Lovely capture ... the bike adds a lot to it .... good colour and detail .... like it a lot ... well done! Click*
Karen
hebdens 10 5
29 Oct 2005 7:57AM
such a lot of history that you have captured!!
Tracy.
CollY 10 14
14 Feb 2006 3:23PM
Great rustic charm..as above, great image works well.
Colleen
SoupyD 10
17 May 2006 2:55PM
Oh I like this...it has a great deal of charm to it...well donemate...I have no idea how I missed this before!

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