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16 Mar 2005 5:19PM

I have seen both, I like this one, but I think it is one of those image that look even better in B/W, so to answer your question I like both but love the B/W


silvina 16 9
16 Mar 2005 5:49PM
Thank you Pete.
lovelylindax 16 16
16 Mar 2005 6:08PM
Hi Silvi, yes I love them but prefer the black and white love x
suleesia 16 176 Malaysia
16 Mar 2005 6:08PM
For me, I'll go for the colour. Not much into B&W myself.. nice work, Silvi.
p/s nice shoes!
silvina 16 9
16 Mar 2005 6:16PM
Thanks Linda and Su, I think that the B&W is gonna be the winner, but some people ask me for a color version, so I posted it. Su, thanks for complimenting my shoes!
User_Removed 16 825 Lithuania
16 Mar 2005 6:17PM
Gorgeous!... both you and the photo!... still think someone should put a sledgehammer to that second bench though!
Aazragi 15
16 Mar 2005 6:17PM
Yeh really this one is beautiful, nice detail and colorful.
glazzaro 15 70 23 United States
16 Mar 2005 6:27PM
I still like the shot, but I prefer the black and white version, seems more earthly, wholesome looking, for lack of a better term. The vines on the wall behind the bench appear to have such great depth in the B&W version. Spot On! Click!!!

silvina 16 9
16 Mar 2005 6:27PM
Thanks Peter and Latif. The second bench looks like the son of the first one, totally different in style ( modern against traditional), but I like it.
silvina 16 9
16 Mar 2005 6:29PM
Greg, it's amazing how a change of tone can transform totally an image. I think that this one looks more natural, and the other one, more artistic.
Thanks for your comment,
Ceciliat 15 6 Philippines
16 Mar 2005 6:34PM
Love the shot. But I much prefer the black and white version.
Excellent presentation though.

aseshuk 16
16 Mar 2005 6:46PM
LIke the nice soft tones on BW very much

Colored one not sure...While I like the composition feel as if too much to process...

Maybe my eyes prefer monochorme more than kodachrome..
silvina 16 9
16 Mar 2005 6:57PM
Thanks Cecilia and Seshu. Maybe it's because you already saw the B&W first, and this one looks too "natural".
johnjrp 16 432 5 Australia
16 Mar 2005 7:49PM
Now this is better IMHO. Like the colours and the composition. See you haven't given it a 'worthy' title. click. John
silvina 16 9
16 Mar 2005 7:51PM
Thanks John. What do you mean by "worthy"? Any ideas?
stevie 16 1.2k 2 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2005 10:31PM
The B&W does have more of a 'creative photography' look but this is definitely a very likeable shot
geoffash26 16 2.5k United Kingdom
16 Mar 2005 11:04PM
Still a nice shot but B&W for me
alexya85 16 5
17 Mar 2005 12:03AM
Much better than B&W. The subject is popping out of bkgrnd. LOL You hav e10 comment and 10 opinions. Dont listen to anybody do as you like. Smile))
Pete_g 15 327 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2005 12:48AM
Very nice favourite is the B&W image

bytorphoto 16 37 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2005 2:25AM
Fantastic shot - good to see the colour - still a beautiful model and setting. That said, I think the B&W version adds an atmospheric quality to the image that completes it perfectly. Clicked.
TonyA 15 11 Spain
17 Mar 2005 2:33AM
Yo tambin opino que la versin de Blanco y Negro es mejor.
La versin en color pierde porque las enredaderas les faltan las hojas que aportaran color mientras en B/N le aportan un toque artstico. Por otro lado el segundo banco es mas visible en esta versin lo cual empeora la foto.
Buena modelo.

silvina 16 9
17 Mar 2005 3:33AM
Thanks everybody for your comments.
bauer 16
23 Mar 2005 5:24PM
Buen angulo y muy linda modelo..Clickk.
silvina 16 9
23 Mar 2005 5:56PM
Gracias Bauer.
plugin 16 1 Canada
24 Mar 2005 1:40PM
Personally I prefer the colour!
silvina 16 9
24 Mar 2005 3:25PM
Thanks Jim, you know, different opinions.

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