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    Posted: 22 March 2009 at 12:35
Just went browsing through some old, unprocessed images on my HDD. Chose these 5 to work on, just a bit of this and that.

#1:


#2:


#3:


#4:


#5:

 



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Nice, number 2 really jumps out for me.
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I like all of them, but #5 is my favourite
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Really liking 1 and 3... fantastic perspective for 1... a cracking shot!!


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#4 really does it for me. I like all of them though.

Wow, just realized everyone so far has a different favorite. That must mean something.
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very nice jelle

number one and three are my favorit

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Very nice. #3 and #4 for me. Was #2 intendedly oof?
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Love #2 here!
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Originally posted by Winwalloe Winwalloe wrote:

Love #2 here!


Ditto. Outstanding.
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2,4 & 5 do it for me, especially two - excellent, thats wall hanger for sure
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Outstanding series
#2 does it for me it is something I would never think of taking it works well.
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Thanks for the comments, nice to see that all have their fans...
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Lovely selection - can't pick a favourite.

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