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Old 29th of October 2006 (Sun)   #1
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Default park bench

not sure which version i like!
a bit different from my usual flowers.

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Old 29th of October 2006 (Sun)   #2
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The black and white one is definitely stronger. Its a really great image.
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Old 29th of October 2006 (Sun)   #3
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Very cool pic ..i love it~
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B/W for me.

Superb image.
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Old 29th of October 2006 (Sun)   #5
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Like the b+w - I generally find that that works better for dark, foreboding images.

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Old 29th of October 2006 (Sun)   #6
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Definitly b&w. No more Poe quotes please just kidding, it is a great poem.
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Old 30th of October 2006 (Mon)   #7
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thanks guys! b&w it is!
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Old 30th of October 2006 (Mon)   #8
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Yep, black and white for me too.
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Both are unique. I'll go with B&W as well.
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Wow Tina. Champion shot in B&W. Very foreboding. Hey; and shot at 5.30a.m.! You are an early riser.
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hey paul, i've been getting up very early lately!!

thanks all for your nice comments.
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definately the B/W one. no contest. it makes the bench and bird stand out more imo, dont know why though...
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B/w one
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but , if the bird had some color or detail on it , I might prefer the colored one
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B/w for me
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