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    El Sibil, house of Western Artist Frank Reaugh
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    Re: 122a

    Nice - I'd like to see this properly framed Lili... very nice texture, colour and detail.

    Well observed, thanks for sharing

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    Thanks Brian

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    Lovely Lili
    I really like that - all the greens and the mysterious door.

    . . . . and those lovely crispy corners which you can take for granted with 4:3. It's a lovely little lens isn't it.

    Just this guy you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lovely Lili
    I really like that - all the greens and the mysterious door.

    . . . . and those lovely crispy corners which you can take for granted with 4:3. It's a lovely little lens isn't it.
    Thank you Sir Indeed it is!

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    Nice one Lili, it makes me want to climb over that wall and look around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    Nice one Lili, it makes me want to climb over that wall and look around.
    Thank you Mike, the house looked to be really interesting in design, but was hidden by the wall, trees and a bunch of other foliage.
    fascinating

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    Very nice, Lili. Any sign that says 'Keep out' is an invitation to explore the mystery further.
    Have you tried b/w here - does it work, to add to the 'mystery'?
    Sláinte

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Campbell View Post
    Very nice, Lili. Any sign that says 'Keep out' is an invitation to explore the mystery further.
    Have you tried b/w here - does it work, to add to the 'mystery'?
    Thanks Bertie
    I have thought about try B&W, may do so tonight to see how it comes out.

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    Re: 122a

    Bertie, here is a quick-and-dirty B&W version done using Picnik from flickr

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    Re: 122a

    Darker Version

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    Nicely done. I prefer the darker version. For me, it adds to the mystery...but I can't say that I am any expert - the dark surroundings of the light door work well.
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    Re: 122a

    I like th BW version..lighter one.
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    Mike, Beries, thanks
    I will know better when I am not on this ancient work monitor which I like best
    Darker tend to be what I like tho
    My Innner Goth showing through

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    Re: 122a

    Actually I like the Darker version
    even though the lighter version has more detail
    The Darker has a tad more MOOD & Atmosphere

    best-H

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    Actually I like the Darker version
    even though the lighter version has more detail
    The Darker has a tad more MOOD & Atmosphere

    best-H
    Thanks Helen, me too.
    I am working on a full version in PE, though picnik did very well all things considered

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