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taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
24 Jan 2014 2:59AM
Clearly, a logical question!

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24 Jan 2014 4:43AM
You see shots where others do not, Marian.
Full of interest today.
ColleenA Plus
5 348 5 Australia
24 Jan 2014 5:13AM
Great shot Marian, after deciding which door one has to mind the gapGrin
24 Jan 2014 6:05AM
Lovely in every way, especially the grain, and the one guy and his eye Smile
~ Bernard
Andysnapper 9 109 25 England
24 Jan 2014 6:39AM
^^^^ This, love that sneaky one-eyed peek out of the door. I still think you would love film Marian, you can get this sort of shot without any processing.

Mollycat Plus
4 11 2 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2014 7:26AM
You've developed a style of your own Marian, which shows up so well in this. Excellent work. Peter.
24 Jan 2014 7:26AM
Down the rabbit-hole into the tube station.
Terrific shot with the one-eyed guy peeking.
Top shot yet again, Marian! SmileSmileSmile

dudler Plus
14 628 1197 England
24 Jan 2014 8:59AM
Whichever one the White Rabbit went through...
richmowil Plus
8 321 2 England
24 Jan 2014 9:24AM
The one that's spotted you!!
Nikonuser1 Plus
5 146 16 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2014 10:48AM
Great capture Marian, which one indeedSmile

24 Jan 2014 1:20PM
cool shot, marian. =)
Potra 4 Venezuela
24 Jan 2014 3:56PM
Thanks everybody! I am glad you liked it.
I agree Andy, though I don't think I would have neither the time nor the patience to wait for the copies.
Irishkate Plus
7 41 111 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2014 4:52PM
Clever capture and reference Marian.
You're fast developing your own style.
Kate GrinGrinGrin
Great image, and question, Marian.....A metaphor for choices we face in life.

Andysnapper 9 109 25 England
25 Jan 2014 3:12PM

Quote:Thanks everybody! I am glad you liked it.
I agree Andy, though I don't think I would have neither the time nor the patience to wait for the copies.

I am the least patient man in the world but part of the fun is in the waiting, the anticipation of not knowing what's on a roll of film....lovely. And of course developing black and white at home is relatively easy then its just a quick scan and you have a 'figital' image which you can run through your normal workflow. Grin
Source 7
27 Jan 2014 11:40PM
A brilliant pic and title Smile
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