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BRITCHIE

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3 Dec 2014 5:52AM
Hi Britchie,

thanks for the message, I just started this medium for a hour ago and made quickly a picture in the gallery to have something. the coming days there will come some more. Must see which I will place here.


Theo
Richsr 12 91 223 England
3 Dec 2014 8:52AM
Been to this location and got a very similar picture.
R.
3 Dec 2014 10:46AM
Nice Work
PhilT2 Plus
9 513 29 England
3 Dec 2014 11:02AM
Massively over the top processing but all the better for it. Superb
Andrew_Hurley 13 71 73 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2014 1:57PM

Quote: Massively over the top processing but all the better for it. Superb


I totally agree with Phil. Clearly this image has been heavily processed, and that's the attraction. It is just an awesome and very atmospheric photograph.

I'd love to see the original (as a variation to this one) just for interest/reference.

Andrew.
3 Dec 2014 2:17PM
Dear Phil and Andrew,

with all pleasure I will place the original photograph to compare, but that will be tomorrow now it is time slowly to go in bed.
If I have time I will place the original tomorrow.

Theo
Interesting arty-old-style conversion you made of the moody setting.
The motorboat brings life to it!

Maybe 'nitpikking' (sorry for my spelling or word-choice) - I have the impression that the crop could be more horizontal straight. I mean, lift the left side a 2 mm upwords... I've just got the feeling that the water is 'not flat at rest' so to say... I'm not realy sure but when you look at the underneath of the white buildings and it's pole's this might be a reference...
Please forgive me if not... maybe I just need a good weekend rest or straighten my glasses...

Grtz,
Guy

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