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    Well seen and shot. I like them both but especially the first one
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    Interesting, that 2nd one takes me into another dimension - i favour that one. Frame it even!
    The rust colour at top right corner of shot one, i find a bit distracting as it breaks the colour, I'd likely burn it in if it were mine.
    Very cool set!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    The rust colour at top right corner of shot one, i find a bit distracting as it breaks the colour, I'd likely burn it in if it were mine.
    Your right. I tried to get rid of it, but the only good way to do it was a b&w conversion.
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    cloning that area would not be too difficult....
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    WOW! these are awesome. i'm with Marko on the second one.
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