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Richsr 12 91 223 England
3 Oct 2010 6:51PM
I like the light and tones in this Strode, good capture.
Regards Richard

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.7k 2099 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2010 6:53PM
There's very purposeful movement in those feet. Ooh I like this!
3 Oct 2010 7:32PM
Great image - well done

3 Oct 2010 7:46PM
i love shadow-light-pics of seems-to-be-lonely places
lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
3 Oct 2010 7:50PM
The figure really makes this
tony64 15 204 9 England
3 Oct 2010 8:06PM
Have uploaded an image from the same place just days ago!
I think th esingle figure works very well!
frz67 10 10 32 Italy
3 Oct 2010 9:00PM
really love this.
maybe you may straighten a bit the horizon, but it's a minor thing
DaveU 13 1.4k 125 England
3 Oct 2010 10:50PM
Re: Guest Editor Award

I'm not overly keen on that blacked out area bottom left corner as I feel I'm missing out on some hidden detail.

But everything else about this image I like so much. Don't straighten it as that will spoil the atmosphere. I like the perspective, the crookedness, the lighting, the figure and the rough and ready feel to this one. Which is odd as with my own stuff I'm so damned anal about getting everything straight and every pixel polished to perfection.

Opposites attract I guess ........
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
4 Oct 2010 7:38AM
mysterious - excellent

have my UA
SteveCharles 17 2.3k 18 England
6 Oct 2010 10:43AM
I agree with Dave. Everything that some people would say needs correcting makes this work. The angle, the blur, the exposure all create the necessary tension.
helenlinda Plus
12 366 22 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2010 4:06PM
A great capture - congratulations on the GEA - creepy feel to it.
VivienO 9 1 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2010 8:35PM
Fantastic image and atmosphere conveyed in this capture. Works perfectly in mono

DRicherby 11 269 726 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 1:24AM
The Barbican looks way creepier in photos than in real life. Smile Definitely doesn't need straightening.

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