Two walkers

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  1. John Godwin

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    I love this shot, very well done!
     
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    This is really nice! It creates a nice mood. :thumbup:
     
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    Excellent work. This is a really beautiful piece. I love the way the tones and contrast work so well with the atmosphere.
     
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    Awesome mood in this photo. I LOVE IT!!!
     
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    everything about it spot on! the mood, drama its like a scene In V for Vendetta! great! do you mind sharing us you settings, stitched? long exposure?
     
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    Great shot! Just love it!
     
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    I am jealous of this picture!
     
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    The first thing I look at is the building, awesome image. Your image is titled two walkers though ?? You should crop the building and use this as a single image.
     
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    Thanks for the kind words everyone :)

    The building on it's own is boring, and it only works because it's composed off center and is properly balanced with the inclusion of a human element. If I was to crop it, I'd have to compose it in the center and all I'd have is a static object, ruining it's impact.
     
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    Another element that's key to the photo – at least in my mind – is the curve that separates the building from the path.
     
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    I simply love it.
     

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