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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 November 2021 at 20:04
Jozioau 3 pts: 10
Jozioau 1 pt: 13
comment: Good work with the tilt/shift (something I've never used) but the CZ wins for me. Also, nice to see Summer again.

gregja 3 pts: 9
gregja 1 pt: 4
comment: Simple but super imvho and I've seen many a closed or sad cafe over the last eighteen months or so. As said elsewhere, your thumbnails deserve an award.

pegelli 3 pts: 3
pegelli 1 pt: 29
comment: Nice textures (my daughter said she could see Snoopy) and a real autumnal feel. Day 26 could be a Dr Who 'baddie'.

Phil Wood 3 pts: 16
Phil Wood 1 pt: 1
comment: Love a big wheel, nice star too and good use of nose AF!

Snegren 3 pts: 10
Snegren 1 pt: 15
comment: Lovely autumnal shot. Great use of the fisheye (something else I've yet to try), difficult to choose between them.

minolta_mutley 3 pts: 23
minolta_mutley 1 pt: 4
comment: That train station looks like it could be fairly local to me (obviously not) and lovely evening light.

LAbernethy 3 pts: 17
LAbernethy 1 pt: 6
comment: A great idea, superbly executed and the eyes have it.

Dopol 3 pts: 4
Dopol 1 pt: 14
comment: I was thinking, maybe hoping, you were doing bridges for the whole month. The black and whites are great but Day 4 got me feeling almost sentimental, could see a game of Poohsticks taking place there. Also a very well seen cake and cyclist shot.

onsplekkie 3 pts: 6
onsplekkie 1 pt: 16
comment: Lovely colours and a nice canal tunnel, the ones close to me are longer and crooked, so can't really be seen through. Is magnet/grappling hook fishing a thing in the Netherlands too? Seems to be quite popular in these parts.

Fred_S 3 pts: 12
Fred_S 1 pt: 11
comment: Lovely light, enough said.

AsD 3 pts: 4
AsD 1 pt: 7
comment: I wish I was still on holiday!

alpha_in_exile 3 pts: 30
alpha_in_exile 1 pt: 18
comment: A very nice handle shot and a really calm, soothing image. Could easily have had these the other way around, a coin toss.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2021 at 10:51
Jozioau 3 pts:13
Jozioau 1 pt:7
comment: nice set of images, very tranquil/observative

gregja 3 pts:18
gregja 1 pt:19
comment: you're a master on this abstract / close-up photgraphy. Truly amazing thumbnail set !

pegelli 3 pts:18
pegelli 1 pt:13
comment: very diverse set. many nice details & colourful scenes

Phil Wood 3 pts:16
Phil Wood 1 pt:31
comment: many good images in your set, gives me a impression how you you spend your days during october

Snegren 3 pts:22
Snegren 1 pt:5
comment: the 4mm images give a spectecular view of the world, unique way how you've used it!

minolta_mutley 3 pts:4
minolta_mutley 1 pt:10
comment:nice daily scenes

LAbernethy 3 pts:6
LAbernethy 1 pt:17
comment: love the details in you work. Great use of colour & contrast

Dopol 3 pts:30
Dopol 1 pt:1
comment: very diverse set. love the grayscale work, but streetscenes are my 'thing'

onsplekkie 3 pts:15
onsplekkie 1 pt:18

Fred_S 3 pts:29
Fred_S 1 pt:11
comment: many great images. Love the details in your work + observative 'fly on the wall approach'

AsD 3 pts:6
AsD 1 pt:5
comment: great work overall, hard to pick 'the one'. Nice use with details and good colours

alpha_in_exile 3 pts:23
alpha_in_exile 1 pt:10
comment: hard to chose the best. Nice isolation on some tof the shots. I love pictures with people in them
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