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The power of the pylon


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An oldie from 2005

 

 

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While these often "get in the way", they make great subject by themselves, I think and especially in b&w.

As you demonstrate here.



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Thanks Bart.

The original colour file had an annoying tree branch on the right hand side, which I had to remove.

It looked nice enough, but then I considered mono.

 

 

 

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