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By younchin
My experiment with black and white. Taken yesterday afternoon at Lake Macquarie, 200 km north of Sydney. It was a very bright day and is facing the afternoon sun.

Tags: Black and white

Voters: Titi, glazzaro, ValSaxby and 21 more

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Titi 18 Romania
1 Oct 2005 8:35PM
superb composition!! good choice of B&W, but I think the colour one could work too!!,
glazzaro 18 70 23 United States
1 Oct 2005 8:57PM
Looks good, I think it works! Spot on! Click!!!

Maddie 17 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
2 Oct 2005 2:42AM
good shot
Ceciliat 18 6 Philippines
2 Oct 2005 7:50PM
very nice capture, good b/w and position of bird are perfect...
well done...
highlander 19 32 Scotland
3 Oct 2005 7:56AM
Thats some size of a beak it has...good backlighting work.
heatherb 18 23 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2005 9:59AM
this works so well in b&w. the reflections really make the picture
firzhugh 18 13 New Zealand
3 Oct 2005 10:03AM
brilliant composition, tones and reflections
vparmar 18 7 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2005 5:50AM
looks good it works very well
well done
laura16 19 606
4 Oct 2005 6:14AM
Strong shapes and reflections make it work in b & w.nicely caught.
User_Removed 18 26
4 Oct 2005 7:28AM
Well composed, like the reflections.
ChristineL 18 39 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2005 7:46AM
Really nice tones and I love the ripples and reflections,
panda 18 5 1 England
4 Oct 2005 7:50AM
Nice shot, love the metalic mercurial look to the ripples

suregork 18 33 1 Finland
4 Oct 2005 8:03AM
like it
georg 18 4 South Africa
4 Oct 2005 10:17AM
Works good in b+w.
bengsays 18 13
4 Oct 2005 10:35AM
personaly think this might be better in color, would have to see it though in order to judge that.
4 Oct 2005 2:09PM
lkove the way the silverish tone glimmers on the water.. and the silhouettes of te posts.. beauiful composition.. Smile..Smile
PatrickSmith 18 1.2k 2 United States
5 Oct 2005 8:35PM
Yes, post the colour one so we can compare. Looks good now, but seeing the colour one would be interesting.

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