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Gulls driven from the lake.


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D800E

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1/1000

f8

ISO 250



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Well done B&W, Pete.



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Many thanks.

It looked distinctly uninteresting in colour.



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a classic b&w composition.

Beautiful work, Pete!



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The beauty of B&W isn't always the subject or composition.



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a classic b&w composition.

Beautiful work, Pete!

 

Thanks Bart.

The park was crawling with people (as it was a Saturday afternoon), this was one of the few snaps devoid of human life.




The beauty of B&W isn't always the subject or composition.

 

I quite often find an otherwise boring colour snap takes on a completely different aspect is mono.

 

Perhaps we're so used to seeing colour representations, mono gives a pleasing alternative (sometimes).

 

A hark back to the happy days of dev & print it yourself.

 

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Black, white, green & blue.



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the b&w is indeed of a different level.

I guess colour might win on a sunny autumn day.



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Yeah, much better in black and white. Nice composition as well.

 

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