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    A good picture of an interesting subject that works well in mono. I think the composition that placed the tower on a third was correct.

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    Lovely image, Tom; although I see where Nigel is coming from I like your composition. Lovely light with the shadow falling against the lighthouse tower.
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    Fabulous image.

    This was painted by my favourite American Artist - Edward Hopper, at its original location.
    Interesting article here - https://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/10/t...0cultured.html

    Tom, I know you love B&W and it's ideal for a scene like this but might we see a coloured version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobowen View Post
    Fabulous image.

    This was painted by my favourite American Artist - Edward Hopper, at its original location.
    Interesting article here - https://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/10/t...0cultured.html

    Tom, I know you love B&W and it's ideal for a scene like this but might we see a coloured version?
    Here is the color version Bob


    Thanks Trev, Nigel, Brian, Peter, John, Ian, Bill, Derek, John & Bob for stopping by. Thanks for the edit Nigel, however I wanted the cart part and the golf cart in the image as it puts the Lighthouse in it's new environment, where your edit just focuses on the Lighthouse.

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    Thanks Tom,

    The B&W has more impact I think!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tesarver View Post
    Here is the color version Bob


    Thanks for the edit Nigel, however I wanted the cart part and the golf cart in the image as it puts the Lighthouse in it's new environment, where your edit just focuses on the Lighthouse.

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