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Old Jan 25, 2007, 1:28 PM   #1
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This shot was taken this past fall in the Smokies. I really like the way the mill and the road look B & W while the rest is in color. This is how the picture came out. Just minor PP/sharpeningwere done.

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Old Jan 25, 2007, 2:14 PM   #2
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very nice image mugmar, this would make a great B/W.
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Old Jan 25, 2007, 2:56 PM   #3
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Great Shot, I agree with Alex this would make a great B&W
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Agreed:G

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Old Jan 25, 2007, 4:09 PM   #5
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Wonderful photo. Although the B&W is very nice indeed, I prefer the coloured version- the B&W road and mill against the colour imo draws my eye to the mill.

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Old Jan 31, 2007, 4:38 PM   #6
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Beautiful picture. The grayness of the house and the green foliage...

What is that structure at the bottom left?

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Thanks all for the comments. I am still torn between the color and B & W!!

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This mill itself was built in 1886. The structureon theleft leading to the mill is the man made waterway to carry the water to the mill. Mingus Mill uses a water turbine located insideon the bottom floor to power the grinder instead of a wheel on the outside.

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Old Feb 1, 2007, 11:40 AM   #8
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Great picture... black & white does it for me

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Thanks for the explanation. Very interesting. Fantastic picture

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