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Maz
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Feb 23, 2006 09:06 |  #1

Hello everyone,

I photographed this decoration on a old barn in Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada, not long ago. I was not sure if it looked better in color or black and white. Comments are always welcomed.
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Thanks for looking,
Maz
http://www.homesteadsf​orsale.com (external link)

Kent County, New Brunswick, CANADA
has to be one of the world's best kept secret. It is bordered by the sea to the east and is made up of small villages, farms, forest, brooks and rivers. I have lived here all my life and
would recommend it to anyone.

  
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marie
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Feb 23, 2006 09:42 |  #2

I think the second picture shows it all best Maz


regards, Marie
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Feb 23, 2006 13:12 |  #3

I like the color one...


40D, davidalbertsonphotography.com
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Parkert1234
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Feb 23, 2006 13:38 |  #4

I would like the black and white one more if there was more contrast.




  
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Maz
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Feb 23, 2006 17:59 as a reply to  @ Parkert1234's post |  #5

Thank you marie, superdiver and Parkert 1234 for your comments. I have followed your advice Parkert 1234 and increased the contrast a bit on the Black and White.

Maz
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Kent County, New Brunswick, CANADA
has to be one of the world's best kept secret. It is bordered by the sea to the east and is made up of small villages, farms, forest, brooks and rivers. I have lived here all my life and
would recommend it to anyone.

  
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