B&W which one is better please

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    and if you have time are the edits too severe?

    Thanks

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    Luna, if so there is not much i can do about it, it may work to hit F5, but last time i asked my host why this was happening they couldnt help and that it was regional, sorry :(.

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    definatly the 2nd one, the image of the calf nursing looks awkward.
     
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    Thats funny, i prefered the first one as it was more stylised :), I have uploaded a sort of half size original of the picture (a little under 600kb) here...

    http://www.scientificillustration.net/_temp/zebra_calf_large.jpg

    It is not overexposed though, it the editing has blown out the highlights

    Unfortunatly the original is totally unedited or cropped. The only one i have in b&w is the posted one, I hope one of them works?

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    LOL well isn't that just typical :), actually so do i but i have to do something in B&W, and well you know how it goes, there were bits that i couldn't be bothered to repair when trying to get it to work when the colour is gone... I thought it needed something to let the viewer know where the head starts and stops etc. If you know what i mean.

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    I like #1 the best...but I'm seeing a cool background that can be made out of it.
    And I agree with Luna the color version of the 2nd one is better.
     
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    Hi, just to say thanks DRoberts, Luna and Sw1tchFX for the comments and input :).

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    :). Thanks Clark.

    And btw CHICKEN! Zee bra (jokes from my childhood) ;)

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