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bfgstew 10 668 105 England
8 Jan 2011 6:02PM
I like them both Phil, this has more grit to it though.
I'm going to be the Devil'd advocate now and say a mixture of the 2 would be tops, keep the colour of the glass building and the rest mono?
Regards
Stewart

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mitchy81 8 1 18 England
8 Jan 2011 6:22PM
Thanks Stewart, i'm intrigued to see the combination and will have a go at this and add as variant.
Phil
Womderful urban image
8 Jan 2011 7:49PM
The b/w has more impact - suits the urban nature of the image.
Pat
cassiecat 9 39 46 England
8 Jan 2011 8:06PM
do like the mono, and agree it has a grittier feel. think stewarts idea might work so whats keeping you Wink lesley
optik Plus
8 6 1 England
9 Jan 2011 7:16AM
I agree with patspeirs that b/w suits the 'urban landscape' Phil,
but both are equally good.
mike
redstag 11 100 15 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2011 9:10AM
Black and White brings out the geometry of the images.

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