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    Stopped by the Easton's Winter's Farmer Market to get some honey and processed this image in BW,

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    yep another fine shot well processed. Think I prefer this one over the other as the van in the background is a great focal point
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    Thanks Ian

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    I like that Tom, I think it works much better than the other Market image as there is a lot less 'clutter', and as Ian says the van, and how you have processed its signage, creates a lovely focal point, pls the buildings create a really nice frame.
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    Thanks Alex

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    Not too sure about the processing but were it mine I'd lose about 25% of the bottom and the same on the right. The subjects of the picture would appear to be the truck itself and the couple with the dog and as presented I'm fining them a bit too lost in the background for the scene to be effective.
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    Good input Nigel -- Thanks

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