Horse House

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    First BW i have done in a while. was originally experimenting with selective colouring on the lamps (they were a bit orange) but decided in the end to keep the image consistently BW.
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    i love the picture. you captured the building beautifully.....but then... the fire route sign just comes out of NOWHERE and slaps me in the face. it kinda screws with the old-time feel of the building. just my opinion. other than that, it is a good photo.
     
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    that was one thing i despised about the photo actually. i should really just not be lazy and put the time to remove it smoothly.
     
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    i cant help but think how selfish the owners of this "horse house" are. they ruin a beautiful photo with their.......fire safety. tsk tsk
     
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    its actually the 'Alumni House' on the campus of UofG it was ONCE a horse house.
     

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