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An old cottage in Norway.

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Sorry Jyda, this just doesn't cut it for me. To my eyes it's not B/W and the cottage tends to disappear into the background, might be better if it was sepia toned


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Sorry Jyda, this just doesn't cut it for me. To my eyes it's not B/W and the cottage tends to disappear into the background, might be better if it was sepia toned

I hear what you say, but don't quite understand what you mean by that it's not B/W.


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Thanks Rudolf. I'm glad at least someone else likes it. :)


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Maybe its a little extreme in the graphic, gritty effect, but I like that. I think the leading lines of the stone wall and trail keep the cottage as the central focus point.


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