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Gulls dodging waves at Trevose Head in cornwall-



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[IMG]Distillery District - Toronto by Lee Abernethy, on Flickr[/IMG]
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A slightly warm toned greyscale


Tree lane

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Monochrome Vienna 1


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Monochrome Vienna 2


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^^ I like the second very much, its interesting how so few tones in a b/w can look so effective.
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Yup, the second one is clearly better than the first. But it could be improved substantially by removing the tilting to the left and by cropping distracting elements on the left, the right and the bottom of the image. Lastly, I think the part of the sky is not well proportioned - I would crop that as well to improve the composition.

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Corridor by Matt, on Flickr

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[IMG]Ken Reid Conservation Area by Lee Abernethy, on Flickr[/IMG]
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