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User_Removed 16 7.3k 6 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2004 7:46AM
I have only just seen the original as a consequence of you posting this version and I think that this one is a great improvment.

The border was unnecessary and detracted from the image so here we can see your photographin all it's glory.

The buildings are also straight edged with no converging verticals which is always a bonus Smile

This a cracking image "made" (in my opinion) by the wonderful sky.

If I might make a suggestion - have you room on the orginal photograph to move the building away from dead centre. I am a great one for breaking the rules but I do feel that aligning the building on one of the thirds would be more aesthetically pleasing.

Nonetheless - an excellent photograph

Barrie Smile

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Mavis Plus
16 143 2 England
9 Feb 2004 7:47AM
The building stands out well from the dark blue sky and sweeping, green , manicured lawns .
lucrezia 14 90 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2004 8:42AM
Tweaking the color of the sky and the other minor changes have definitely enhanced the image.
Gary_Williams 14 38 3 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2004 8:46AM
Nice shot, love the contrasting colours between the grass, building & sky. Works for me.
tigertot 15 36 England
9 Feb 2004 8:49AM
Thanks for the feedback - have to agree I like it much better too. Barrie, I agree about rule of thirds, I guess I was too taken up with the sky to think logically!!
roy clark 14 1 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2004 11:24AM
Superb sky and light really compliment the building.
geegee 14 29 England
9 Feb 2004 11:44AM
This is just superb. The lighting is excellent. Gets my click.

dfawbert 14 310
9 Feb 2004 1:20PM
Great image -- just the right amount of tweaking has been done. Love the looming sky.

keithh Plus
14 25.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
9 Feb 2004 3:24PM
Totally transformed and now the eye sees the subject and the light instead of trying to correct it. click
banburymike 14 114 England
10 Feb 2004 12:43PM
Great shot........But could you ask before you come in to my garden to take pics again Smile
tigertot 15 36 England
10 Feb 2004 2:31PM
Ok - sorry Mike! Thanks for the positive feedback - most helpful.
zippie 14 1.3k England
11 Feb 2004 2:43PM
Wow, this is almost a different pic from the first version.

Wollaton really stands out well fromt he sky. Great dramatic shot.

seven21 14 196
12 Feb 2004 11:22PM
Great shot - simple composition which allows the full glory of the subject , sky and foreground to work brilliantly together. - steve

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