Hilltop pavilion

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  1. tb2

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    An afternoon shot, against the light, of the pavilion on The Mount at Fleetwood, Lancashire. Plus an obliging cyclist! This conversion took a bit of work to get what I hope is the right balance between black & white.


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    Nice shot! Do you still have the color version?
     
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    The balance works well. Nice conversion.
    The cyclist is a nice element because I don't think there's enough detail in the house alone to be the subject.
     
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    Thanks Finisher & Woodsac. Yes, I've still got the original, dark blue sky and all. Why do you ask? Woodsac - you're absolutely right about the cyclist. I waited for someone to pass and fill that space and give detail and interest to the right side. The cyclist was about the fourth person to come along, and the bike seemed better than a single individual, evenif it does look a bit ETish :)

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    This is a really cool photo. I like it!!!!! :)
     
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    yes... I love this! I love the lines of the house. And, the bicyclist rocks. Now all he needs is an axe or something.... lol
     

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