Deserted train platform

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  1. Sharkbait

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    Just loved the interplay of shadow and the old weathered train station. This was desaturated by about 65%--I like the way it leaves just a touch of color--kind of fades it out to match my impression of the place.

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    I like the color, it adds to the feel of the photo.
     
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    A nice shot - would prefer a tighter crop. :)

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    nie photo Sharky!
     
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    cool. very haptic. good idea w/ the partial desaturation :)
     
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    Really?! Wow, I cropped this down somewhat already. Where would you crop it? Might have to play around with it more...
     
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    i really love the colours/lack of in this one. It makes it feel qiote gloomy
     
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    Yeah, I'd take about a thumb width off the right side. The handrails aren't balanced anyways and the nicest shadows/details are in the center and on the left. It leaves the photo a little unbalanced to me. :)

    Again, nice shot.
     

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