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I have been in a rut lately so have posted very little. However I did shoot this a few days ago because I liked the combination of colours. I hope you think the effort was worthwhile!

Leica M240 + 50mm Summicron-M f2 @400iso.

Gerry

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Gerry, good to see you posting again, this is a awesome shot and I like it a lot. I was just wondering how it would look if you cut the bottom street part?

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7 minutes ago, Louis said:

Gerry, good to see you posting again, this is a awesome shot and I like it a lot. I was just wondering how it would look if you cut the bottom street part?

Louis

Thanks for your kind comments. Personally I think it would bring the feet of the pedestrian too close to the bottom of the frame.

Gerry

 

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34 minutes ago, Louis said:

As I always said; framing is a matter of personal taste. 😁😉

Exactly!

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