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footloose 5 1 England
9 Feb 2012 11:30AM
Nice framing,tells a story,I would have liked to seen the woman's face, but still is a good image.
Dennis

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9 Feb 2012 11:45AM
Many thanks Dennis for your vote and nice comment Smile
luceombra 5 27 5 Italy
9 Feb 2012 12:25PM
Very nice capture. Mono works very well here. Have you considered to crop part of the left and lower part of the frame in order to keep the attention on the scene. An increased contrast could work as well. ...Just my personal opinion Smile
Al
posty57 8 6 2 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 2:37PM
I love these images of yours. Simple, but intriguing. Smile

Barry
9 Feb 2012 9:31PM
Thanks Barry and Al for your lovely comments.
Al, I have made some changes to the photo. Looks realy nice, thanks for your constructive comment Wink
meniko 5 Cyprus
14 Mar 2012 2:25PM
I prefer V2 !
Glad that I "found" Wink yr. portfolio, really like your "style"
keep it up!
Meniko
Jonny5874 7 14 5 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2012 5:38PM
I actually like version 1 better, I like seeing as much as possible and it creates more 'breathing space' for the subject.

Jon Smile
ollimar71 6 2 1 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 9:06PM
Version 1 for me too - for the extra "breathing space" at the bottom of the shot. Of course a bit of contrast is always a bonus. If you keep taking pictures with your heart the rest soon falls into place. Maria Smile

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