I Don't Have One?

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  1. woodsac

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    Anyone want to give me a title? Took this tonight just before the sun went down. The pump is originally red and the building is some greenish/blue color. So, I thought it would make for nice contrast. The light came later :idea:

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    I say you call it "I dont have one" As if someone asked you for a light ;)
     
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    fill er up? hehehe.. classic shot, love it!
     
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    hmm, how about "old fashoin service" for a title?

    if this is a B&W conversion, i would love to see the colour version.


    great shot.
     
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    Me too! I'm wondering about the red color of the pump. Still very nice.
     
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    Here's the original.
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    since i live in the south, and this looks like my old stomping grounds...it makes me think of mayberry...so my first thought with a gas station is "hey to goober..."

    but i so dont think in the box...i love both shots... they are both great... but the b&w has such character...has such life to it... that would be great blown up....(probably shouldnt use that word around a gas pump.. my bad...)
     
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    im with aprilraven, they are both great but the B&W is killer.

    great conversion woodsac.
     
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    Very good shot is all I can, love the way youvel given a subtle bit of colour around the photo...
     
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    Yeah, your choice of posting the B&W first was dead on. Something that is bothering me is the light. It's drawing my attention too much. A little distracting because even though it's only a photo it feels real, like I don't want to look at it. You know?
     

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