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Old Jul 20, 2007, 2:26 AM   #11
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Some very nice shots there Torgny, B/W would look good with these type of shots.
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Old Jul 20, 2007, 2:00 PM   #12
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Some very nice shots there Torgny, B/W would look good with these type of shots.
Thanks. I just converted to black and white. I took the pictures with enhanced contrast and desaturated in PS. Yes, looks fine to me. Thanks. Hope I don´t take up too much of the space here

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The roof

That´s all, folks




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Excellent job Torgny, to me these are much better, the contrast is very good.
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Old Jul 20, 2007, 3:36 PM   #16
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Excellent job Torgny, to me these are much better, the contrast is very good.
Thanks for pointing it out. Yes the colours really don´t contribute to anything in these pictures

(Possibly in the roof picture as an illustration in the litteral meaning. Quite hefty colours) Thanks for bringing this thread to a happy ending :-)

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Old Jul 20, 2007, 4:40 PM   #17
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Thanks for pointing it out. Yes the colours really don´t contribute to anything in these pictures
I wouldn't say that:blah: ...especially considering the roof


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Possibly in the roof picture...
Now you're speaking

Very good series Torgny, with tons ofpastoral inspirations...


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Thanks for pointing it out. Yes the colours really don´t contribute to anything in these pictures
I wouldn't say that:blah: ...especially considering the roof


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Possibly in the roof picture...
Now you're speaking

Very good series Torgny, with tons ofpastoral inspirations...

It was the colours of the roof that first caught my eyes, driving by on a very narrow and dusty road

Oh, yes,

the pastoral...

the innocence...

the antediluvial ...
Gen. 7, 8

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