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  1. Tuna

    Tuna Supermodel

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  2. Arch

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    :thumbup: ...... I like the grain and the strong contrast, the reflection is well captured.
    At first i thought i may prefer it cropped just below the cloud in the left corner... but now im not so sure.... i kinda like the way the boat is escaping between the shadow in the bottom left and the cloud in the top left.
     
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    I can't find a thing wrong with it! :D Like it a lot.
     
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    Being a rag man myself, I give this a ++.

    Nice contrast witht the grain....sometimes hard to create.
     
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    Classic. I love it.
     
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    I love this shot. I am a big fan of contrast in b&w as well as a sailor (so to speak)

    I am with Arch on the crop under the cloud, just doesn't do anything for the image and is a 6 out of 10 on the distraction scale.

    Kudos.
     

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