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JouŠo 13 56 Finland
2 Sep 2006 1:28PM
love them both, but think I prefer this...???


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Hanners Plus
11 875 10 Ireland
2 Sep 2006 1:35PM
love the toning on this, cracking composition.

2 Sep 2006 1:37PM
Knew it would be good in b&w, as it's basically a very good photo, so you can't really go wrong. slight preference for the color version, but both deserve a big click Susie
McKenzie 11 22 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2006 1:44PM
I think this version works very well. To be very seems the horizon dips slightly to the left, no offence intended. A very nice B&W conversion.

DaveU Plus
11 1.4k 125 England
2 Sep 2006 1:46PM
If Sir Koen POTW prefers colour then so do I Smile

Actually Susie, I do prefer the colour version. I still think that splash of yellow from the hut really made the shot work.

sut68 14 2.0k 76 England
2 Sep 2006 1:47PM
Much prefer this version Susie. Definitely more punch to it.

rosie42 13 7 Australia
2 Sep 2006 1:48PM
Thank you so much Jouko, Tony and Koen - appreciate you each taking the time to view and comment ...

Steve - grateful for your feedback. And you're right about the horizon, there is a slight lean going on. lol I had to compromise between the verticals of the tower and the horizon! No doubt someone with more advanced PS skills than I could've made a better job of it! lol Thank you again for dropping by ...

lol Dave 'Sir Koen POTW' - he's such a show off, isn't he!? ... thank you for visiting!

Cheers Paul; grateful for your valued feedback, thank you ...

Susie :o)
redstag 12 100 15 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2006 2:41PM
Aaah, the BW works really well. Can't separate them in terms of preference, they are both really well executed.
Paul Morgan 16 18.9k 6 England
2 Sep 2006 3:04PM
I really do like this Susie, uploaded a mod for a slightly different feel. This works really well in B&W.

AnnaBanana 11 119 1 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2006 3:11PM
Stunning composition and great toning. This is a cracker of a shot!

oppo 11 6 2 Scotland
2 Sep 2006 3:55PM
I think this one has the edge over the colour version but only just. Both are good.

canongirl08 12 18 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2006 5:15PM
Excellent capture,Works really well in b+W
Congrats on the well deserved HC
Consulo 13 840 10 Scotland
2 Sep 2006 6:03PM
Well done on the HC. Smile

MarkT 12 119 2 England
2 Sep 2006 9:03PM
Colour one for me and congrats on both HC's!

Mari 14 1.8k United Kingdom
2 Sep 2006 10:15PM
Stunning Susie, and well done on the HC

Off to see the colour one now

Mari Smile
C_Daniels 12 399 10 England
2 Sep 2006 10:32PM
You did it - and it's great - even better than the real thing!
rosie42 13 7 Australia
2 Sep 2006 11:43PM
Thank you Jon, Anna, Phil, Chelsea, Michael, Mark, Maria and Caleb ...

Paul - thank you so much for going to the trouble to prepare the mods; it's much appreciated! Always love to see another's take on my shots. I'm still to learn about dodging and burning! lol Thank you once again ...

And Pete! I'm genuinely astounded - an unexpected and thrilling surprise ... my first ever HC, and there's even two of em! lol I'm really delighted; needless to say, it's made my day ... :o))

vismaya 12 Ireland
3 Sep 2006 5:48AM
Keelo 14 18 Australia
3 Sep 2006 7:43AM
Two in a row Susie, you're on a roll, Congrats, well deserved.
3 Sep 2006 9:39AM
Congrats Susie :o)))
The way your - especially landscape - photography is evolving lately the HC's are very much deserved, and no doubt about it, an EC will soon follow.
Enjoy the "being on a cloud"-feeling :o)
John_Humphreys 12 69 2 Ireland
3 Sep 2006 10:16AM
Susie - I saw the colour version yesterday and thought about clicking but didn't. This B&W version is imho far better. It adds a lot of dramatic impact and also mood to the shot. Looking at it (from the perspective of someone living in the Northern hemisphere) it says 'summer is over and the life guards have packed up and gone home for the winter'. John
rosie42 13 7 Australia
3 Sep 2006 11:36AM
Thank you Vismaya and Mark ...

And Koen too - thanks so much for your ongoing encouragement, it's really very much appreciated ...

John - very grateful for your valued impressions, thank you ...

Susie :o)
steve neil 13 597 Australia
3 Sep 2006 1:17PM
I like both Susie. If you look around there's a trick to give the sky more contrast - it might add something extra to an already great capture Smile
rosie42 13 7 Australia
3 Sep 2006 1:33PM
Hi there Steve - thank you for your feedback, always appreciated!

Susie :o)
bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
4 Sep 2006 10:13AM the composition and the convertion!!!

rosie42 13 7 Australia
10 Sep 2006 5:23AM
Thanks so much, Ollie ...

Susie :o)
lynsfiona 13 5
11 Sep 2006 5:55AM
Also works superb in mono - much congrats on both of your HC's for this shot - very well deserved!! Lyns x
KBan 12 501 4 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2006 8:42PM
well deserved accolade
rosie42 13 7 Australia
23 Sep 2006 7:52AM
Thanks you Lyns and Keith ...

Susie :o)
Hawkgenes 12 10 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2006 4:41PM
Superb atmosphere here. The dark tones contrast so well against the light sky. It does remind me of films showing prisoner of war camps though.

rosie42 13 7 Australia
8 Oct 2006 10:09PM
Appreciate your comments, Hawk - thank you ...

Susie :o)

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