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shameful scandel shut shops

By youmightlikethis
on a recent vist to ayr a short stroll from train station to beach the town centre is not a pretty site

Tags: Photo journalism General Specialist and abstract

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Coast 9 1.6k 292 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2012 8:59PM
Good piece of social documentary and history of our time. I like both versions here and think the HDR style of saturation in the colour set adds to the sadness of the empty shop units. Being really picky I think if your reflection could be avoided it would be better however thats just personal preference and I am sure others would like the honesty of seeing the photographer captured in reflection. Really a good set of images that deserves more attention than I think it will get on here.

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brownsilent 10 7 2 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2012 9:04PM
a very interesting piece of documentary photography. I like the reflections in the windows, esp. in Woolworth's. The mono works very well well too.
Johanna
nonur Plus
8 17 12 Turkey
4 Apr 2012 9:27PM
I like mono even better!Smile
Nothern_Licht 8 13 4 Scotland
5 Apr 2012 12:50AM
Really like the mono. It harmonises better and seems to add to the sense of decay and dereliction.
thanks for crit and comment
Sooty_1 7 1.5k 221 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2012 8:46AM
The colour ones are fine, and work well as a composite, but the black and whites are just all too much the same tone. In b&w they work ok as individual images, but together I find it visually boring-my eyes just wander. The colour separates the images so my eyes rest on them in turn and look for details.

Nick
SueEley 11 279 96 Wales
5 Apr 2012 4:56PM
Really like the idea and a lot of the individual images. If I am being picky, I would have preferred them all to have been shot from straight on, or more attention paid to lead lines in the arrangement - the ones on the edges sloping towards the ones in the middle, and the ones in the middle straight on. Call me a neat freak if you like!
6 Apr 2012 12:19AM
Couldnīt decide betwenn V1 and V2?! Maybe a mix ...

Torge

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