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photoblog image Curvature in living color!

Curvature in living color!

I don't normally post the same image twice, but, I really like the original version & think it makes an interesting comparison with yesterdays post.

What do you think, viewers?

And, I've got nowt else to post! :-)

Curvature in living color!

I don't normally post the same image twice, but, I really like the original version & think it makes an interesting comparison with yesterdays post.

What do you think, viewers?

And, I've got nowt else to post! :-)

comments (11)

I was going to say I liked yesterday's better but it's a hard call! The strong saturation balances will with the strong lines. I like both if I had to choose ummmm, yesterdays smile

I've nothing to post either!
Dave Carrington: Yep, I like both, but I think the B/W version is the better of the two.
  • Max Black
  • settling down for Wembley...
  • 27 May 2007, 14:47
Black and white hands down, nothing to post but going to sit through the playoffsfiddling with the mountain of stuff I have, so may be some hypreactive saturation going on depending on result/goals.
Dave Carrington: Missed the match( been working between 3 & 11), But I believe the orange crew did quite well, no?
Bring on the euphoric saturation, my mate!
  • Alistair
  • Yeovil! Ahhh
  • 27 May 2007, 16:41
I thought I was having a drug free moment for second. Not fair posting 2 versions of the same image, confuses us old codgers.

Both images have their merits but on balance if you twisted my arm I would go with the B&W version.

Not sure why I did not post more from this shoot.
Dave Carrington: Get 'em posted! Yes, I prefer the B/W treatment. Just say no to them drug thingies: we are much too long in the tooth for such unbridled pleasures, old thing! smile
Both versions are very good. I like the tone of the sky in the B&W version - nicely burnt to make it dramatic. The colour, however, has a rich hue that's very aluring. It's hard to make a choice between the 2 of them.
Dave Carrington: Agreed, Duane. B/W does it for me, I reckon!
  • Mike
  • Worcestershire, UK
  • 27 May 2007, 18:56
Both images are good in their own right, but comparing one to the other I prefer the b&w one. It has much better tones than this version.
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Mike. B/W is a clear winner!
I'll always favour colour i'm afraid - although i may have boosted the yellows a bit to 'zing' it up!
Mono - good. Colour - better.
Dave Carrington: Wotcha, Cockle! Seems B/W is going down as the dog's nads...
  • Ellie
  • 27 May 2007, 23:58
I think I prefer this one, because the colours are so strong that they balance the architectural composition
Dave Carrington: Hi, Ellie. Seems you are in the minority today! smile
Glad you like it & thanks for looking at both with an evaluative eye!
  • Helen
  • 28 May 2007, 08:55
I think I like the B&W better. Nice shot!
Dave Carrington: Hi, Helen. Thanks for commenting: much appreciated!
I like both.
Dave Carrington: well said, Philosophical Karen! smile
  • Lilith
  • Through the looking glass
  • 30 May 2007, 17:30
Cant decide. Great sweeping curves in both so I'm happy.
Dave Carrington: Stay happy, Lilith!
  • milou
  • sunny Southampton
  • 13 Sep 2007, 16:30
Like the sea and the beach.
Dave Carrington: Glad you like it! smile

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