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    I like this Marko. I would have given it a different crop though. I'd crop just slightly to the left of the ladder, cut about half of the top window left and still leave most of the purple area giving it the juxtaposition that I like in pictures. Just my personal take on it.
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    I really like this one Marko.

    Just out of interest, was this taken on one your photo tours? Do you normally shoot as well when you conduct the tours?
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    RM - This was taken on one of my photo tours.... usually I don't shoot much on the tours. But if the people I'm with are engrossed in shooting, sometimes I do shoot a few.
    Lorey - Thanks for the comment - I usually like to respect the original ratio....and I did indeed consider cropping out the windows but then I felt I lost too much up top...and in my real life I'm already bald.
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    I like the combination of the blues and the architecture.

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