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Hermanus 5 4 South Africa
25 Feb 2013 2:04PM
A lovely image Effrossini - very well taken ! I prefer the colour version Smile

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CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
25 Feb 2013 2:13PM
I've never been a fan of puppets, Effrossini, but you have captured this entranceway very well, I particularly like the colour version. Carol
User_Removed 8 48 1 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 2:36PM
Nice images.
achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
25 Feb 2013 2:38PM
Works well in both mono and colour Effrossini, not a good sight to entice children in to see the puppets.


woolybill1 Plus
11 23 72 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 2:58PM
I recognised this at first glance. Due to the narrow street (I think) it is a difficult subject to photograph head-on so the low pov like this must normally be substituted. But my last visit was 6 years ago so I shall have to return for another look myself!
Puppets and dolls always seem sinister to me; these are no exception.
Colour version for me, please, Effrossini Smile
johnke 5 223 15
25 Feb 2013 3:32PM
Superb quality and a great shot...John
25 Feb 2013 3:36PM
A well taken archway with its rather gruesome 'puppets' - that skull on the right would scare the living daylights out of any visitors! more so in the mono version!Grin Well captured, Effossini. I do prefer the colour V1 Smile

ali63 Plus
6 775 1 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 3:50PM
Great capture if a little scary,

milky 14 Wales
25 Feb 2013 3:51PM
Beautiful set ,Effossini, nice work-----MilkyTongue
Mrsbass 5 2 1 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 3:57PM
Agree with Bill and Ali these are very scary characters! - great shot - I like both the colour and mono equally.
AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
25 Feb 2013 5:20PM
Ah, you have given us a choice between colour and mono - and you might not be surprised that I choose the mono - I don't know if the colour adds anything to the image for me, for my vision. The mono seems to make the textures and subject matter more poignant.

morpheus1955 11 3 2 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 5:24PM
Superb image, fantastic textures and tones, has to be V1 for me

richmowil Plus
9 352 2 England
25 Feb 2013 5:40PM
Nice Images!! Colour for me!! I Like them a lot!!
nonur Plus
9 17 13 Turkey
25 Feb 2013 5:50PM
V1 for me Effrossini, super colour rendition and I love puppet theatre.
25 Feb 2013 6:01PM
A really well taken and detailed image - V1 for me, Effrossini!SmileSmile
Great to see such craftsmanship displayed!
Nikonuser1 Plus
5 152 16 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 6:21PM
Great images, V1 for me.SmileSmile

danbrann Plus
13 637 17
25 Feb 2013 7:04PM
I know the place well and you have recorded this superbly. Good image.
Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 7:11PM
Giving me the creepsSadSad
Colour for meGrin
Lillian Plus
8 22 17 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 7:17PM
Has to be the colour for me
very unusual
25 Feb 2013 7:41PM
Two lovely images. I prefer the colour for this one
rayme330 6 17 1 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 8:06PM
Great shot, Effrossini, you have captured the detail really well. I like the coloured version best.

footloose 7 1 England
26 Feb 2013 12:04AM
Great detail in your images, colour one for me,nice one.
platzy 5 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2013 8:48AM
I would generally go for the mono but in this instance the coloured image attracts me more great work mate.
Meheecho 5 275 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2013 4:05PM
Well captured image and the colour works a treat for me
helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2013 8:27PM
Colour for me too SmileSmile
oll1e Plus
11 57 2 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2013 12:41AM
what a great find and well captured ,i actually cannot decide as i like qualities in bothWink
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2013 2:57AM
Good images! I like the shapes & textures of the subjects. V2 for me. Grin
27 Feb 2013 4:27AM
I prefer the version number one ... I think the color is needed here ... thoughtsSmile
In response to your comment: I also wanted to remove the tree trunk, but then decided that it is impossible to interfere with natureWink
Regards Valery
JuBarney 6 26 3 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2013 8:53PM
A super wood carving so well captured, esp. the colour version.
I would love to see this one day.
The texture shows this off beautifully.
Well done. WesternRed.

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