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Post #1, Feb 05, 2006 14:51:03


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Joeri love the b/w look :)

Could i see it in color?

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Post #2, Feb 05, 2006 15:09:09


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That's beautiful! I love the symmetry!

Post #3, Feb 05, 2006 15:41:11


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Joeri ... this is superb. excellent conversion, and very well composed. Thank you for sharing.:) :)

Post #4, Feb 05, 2006 15:48:01


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Well composed.

Post #5, Feb 05, 2006 15:56:07


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Very Nice.

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Post #6, Feb 05, 2006 16:42:52


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I love it :)

Very picturesque :)

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Great shot, Joeri.

Post #8, Feb 05, 2006 20:11:39


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Excellent, as usual! And i'll never get tired of saying that as long as you keep posting excellent images :)

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Very well composed shot with an excellent tonal range :).

Post #10, Feb 05, 2006 22:58:12


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awesome shot

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Love it! The conversion is great!

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Jello wrote:
Joeri love the b/w look :)

Could i see it in color?

Jello/Dave

Here it is the color version but i prefer the B&W for this picture.

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Post #13, Feb 06, 2006 15:15:48 as a reply to Jello's post 1 day earlier.


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Normally a flat paIe grey sky like this spoils a picture(IMO), but in the colour version of this, it suits the muted tones perfectly. Thank you for sharing the colour version also. I like them both.:)

Post #14, Feb 06, 2006 18:01:28


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