Published 25 May 2008
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haggis basher |
25 May 2008, 18:14
I wouldn’t say one was better than the other, they both have quality’s to recommend them. The B&W version feels wonderfully old, like a scene from an Arthur Conan Doyle novel. The colour version feels more modern but none the less atmospheric and brooding.
26 May 2008, 13:50
It’s also really nice in color. Love the greens.
Otto K. |
27 May 2008, 16:10
Yeah, they both are quite nice, and I’d probably give the edge to the B&W one.
27 May 2008, 21:17
The light is magical here, I think the colour helps that, it creates more atmosphere.
28 May 2008, 16:30
I love night shots and there is much to commend both. I do however love the colour shift you get like you mentioned with the different light sources….a much more surreal feel than black and white….not better just different
Photo Traces |
2 June 2008, 16:15
i agree, amazing light and beautiful toning here
ferielejlighed malaga |
3 June 2008, 11:53
beautiful with a lot of charme
desolate | metropolis |
11 June 2008, 09:04
13 June 2008, 13:14
nice lines and shapes
10 July 2008, 11:40
Beautiful. I think I like the color version a little better. Something about that misty green that’s very cool.
17 October 2008, 17:40
I like it. I like the misty feeling, the green tones, the light through the trees, the silhouettes, the calm and the cold… I like it.
Mark McGowan |
16 October 2009, 09:16
Wonderful, wonderful shot – I tried to take a similar photo recently – http://blog.formidablephotography.com/spirit-of-the-blitz/ – but didn’t manage to do anywhere good a job technically. I intend to go back and re-take the photo – if it’s anywhere near as perfect as this I’ll be very happy.
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