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  1. Oldfireguy

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    Just a couple shots from my last visit.
     
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    ooooh, that first one is excellent! :biggrin:
     
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    wow a non british weighted the garanteed 4 hours delay to get on a train im inpressed nice pics the second one realy isnt tipical england
     
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    Great shots, you've got a couple of excellent ones there. I like the archway framing the second one!

    Rob
     
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    I like the second shot a lot, the colour in the other quite monotone setting is really quite vivid.

    I'd say that is a typically english image as seen from abroad, but perhaps something that UK residents just take for granted?
     
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    Both images are very cool. Both are very different but very attractive.

    Eric
     
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    I like these...The second would probably even look cool with selective coloring on just the red coat. :D
     
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    Awesome. I also think the second one would look great with selective colors...

    how about: [​IMG]
     
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    Well I fixed it up after I mentioned it, but do not want to post it without his permission...Fred is it OK to Edit???
     
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    Sure! Let's see what it looks like.
     
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    Two versions...

    1. red coat normal

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    2. Red Coat Desaturated...

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    I think I like the original the way it is. It's almost selective coloring on its own. And making the rest of it black and white loses the luminous appeal of the lamps, and the contrast of the green bushes.

    Nice job Fred.
     

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