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An opportunistic shot from a cafe overlooking the market at Newark, Nottinghamshire, taken whilst I tucked into my haddock and chips!

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It's pretty neat...but I think it would have been cooler if you could see the sky as well. Like maybe a wider angle and pointed more up. I'm not sure if I make sense...

Nice work anyways.
 

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Tony! You're back!!!
I was wondering and wondering about you!
My composition hero!
You are not disappointing me with this new one, either!
 
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Thanks for the comments Sideburns and Corinna. No sky possible in this one Sideburns without also having a row of C18 buildings too, then it would get considerably away from the effect I was going for.

I've been moving house Corinna - I've gone from the west coast to near the east coast - from Lancashire to Lincolnshire! But, now I've got things more sorted I'm getting back into posting again.

Regards, Tony
 

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Cool composition, but I find the television a bit distracting.
 

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As always, you have a good eye for an interesting/unusual shot!
 
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Thanks for the comment Campbell. It certainly looks like a TV, but it's a shopper's face framed by some brackets/supports. I took a few shots before I could get a face in the only gap that revealed the shoppers. It was my thought that the face added a focal point and a contrast to the red/white geometry of the canopies.

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Thanks Antarctican. It's not often I can get a shot without leaving my dining table :).

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Thanks for the comment Campbell. It certainly looks like a TV, but it's a shopper's face framed by some brackets/supports. I took a few shots before I could get a face in the only gap that revealed the shoppers. It was my thought that the face added a focal point and a contrast to the red/white geometry of the canopies.

Regards, Tony

That's the intersting part of this shot. The sea of red and white and then....huh? I was thinking it was a poster.

Well done.
 

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