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Another nice image. A perfectly placed puddle that you have taken advantage of.  Really enjoy the colour of the derelict building. 

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Wooooo!!! it's Barbara - welcome back! Great to 'see' ya.

That's a belter of a shot - top composition and processing. Nice one!

Korky

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That's a great shot, as above, the composition is great, and the foreground interest is great. 

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That's a sad site of someone's once proud home.  Very nice composition though and sympathetic colour pallet.  Is the colour as it came out of the camera?  It suits the image perfectly.

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Thank you for all your comments....nice to see you again"Korky"though I do often bump into you.

John. Seldom are my images straight out of camera. I shoot RAW and like to develope my images.Processing is my favourite part of photography.Digital enables me to do what I could never achieve in the darkroom😊

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25 minutes ago, Barbara said:

..............................................  John. Seldom are my images straight out of camera. I shoot RAW and like to develope my images.Processing is my favourite part of photography.Digital enables me to do what I could never achieve in the darkroom😊

In other words, you like to make pictures.  With you all the way.

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I like both. I like to try and get s shot straight out of the box.  But I also love playing with software.  If the end result looks good, it does not worry me one bit as to how the final image was created.  

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2 hours ago, Jacqui said:

Me, too! I love photography and faffing equally.
Double the pleasure ... taking the photograph and creating a new image from it. :1_grinning:

I agree, though i'm pretty rubbish at it. 

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