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Old 3rd of January 2009 (Sat)   #1
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Default I found a boat and overprocessed it for fun

I went for a drive and found this by chance.



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I think it looks great! Nice job
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Default Re: I found a boat and overprocessed it for fun

I personally like the shot, Hank.

Wonder what the story behind this boat is. Interesting place to find said object.
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Default Re: I found a boat and overprocessed it for fun

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Interesting place to find said object.
The angle I took the shot is a bit misleading as the river Steeping was about 10 metres behind me.
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Tricky tricky.

Looks like it's in the middle of an abandon field.
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Old 4th of January 2009 (Sun)   #6
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Cool shot, I like the processing, its a good lomo style.
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Nice shot and well done with the PP. I think the Over processing gives it some zing. Nicely done.
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looks good but in my opinion the vignette does not work on this one .. sorry dude
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Nice PP, it looks great to me.
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