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    I've just found this in my archives from 2010....Canon EOS 50D and Tamron 10-24mm SP...reprocessed it in LR which I didn't have then.

    Original 2010-04-05 (17).jpg by brianvickers, on Flickr
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    Well taken Brian

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    Great shot of my favourite city. My son lives there, so hope we get good weather in May when we go over. My shots will not be as good as this, but hope I will be able to put a few on here.

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    It's an amazing city....I'd love to go again ....just processed several more that I hope to post on here....much better than 5 years ago before I had Lightroom....I'll look out for your shots...hope you have a good trip.
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    excellent work, looks great in B&W
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    Fantastic shot, love it in mono
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    Looks good, looks even better in the bigger versions...
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    Superb!
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    Your processing works well with this image Brian, it's good to revisit older images and give them a run through newer processing methods and programs.


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    That works so well in mono and is reminiscent of those classic construction images where the workers were wandering around girders seemingly oblivious to being hundreds of feet above the streets. Coincidentally the restaurant I've just had lunch in had one such image on the wall.

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