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  1. JohnMF

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    Found this one while rumaging through some old-ish pics. Think i took it in the Lake District
     
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    i like the tree at the edge. it's a cool shadow. i think this would look good as a very narrow crop. as wide as it is now but just as tall as the distinct line of the trunk. so you have the sheep and a bit of the tree hanging over them, and the trunk.

    i like the shot.
     
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    thanks. I might give that crop a go
     
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    nice one, i like the contrast :thumbup:
     
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    I like the picture itself but would love to see it in color
     
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    thanks.

    i was tempted to keep it in colour, as the sheep had almost psychodellic (*sp) dye all over them and it looked quite strange. In the end i plumped for the black and white because i preferred the high contrast.

    I'll try and dig out the colour version and post it here
     

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