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Give me a home among the gum trees

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    This just works. Lots of visual interest - Nice processing!
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    Thanks man. It just seemed like a "nice scene". In addition to the cobbled together derelict house, it was the layers and colour that caught my eye. Surprisingly the colours haven't had a lot work to them in processing (the canon colour profile worked well this time).
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    Splendid, mate!
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    digging the colours and composition
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