Retired fences

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  1. gravespinner

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    This is what happens when a couple gets tired. I spotted this while out walking the dogs. When I took it I was thinking of converting to b/w but it seems to work better in colour. Sharpened and resized only. C & C? Thanks

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    very nice shot, i really like the DOF, the only minor change i would make personally is i would probably have has the posts with the barbed wire a little bit more off to one side rather than center. Very good shot though, and i agree i think this particular one looks good in color.
     
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    off center would indeed work out better. A little cropping perhaps? Nice shot.

    Danny
     
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    very nice interpretation here!!! well done!
     
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    neat! looks bloody to me though :)
     
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    very cool :thumbsup: a slight crop would make it better.. nice dof :mrgreen:
    thanks for sharing
     

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