Or the colour version? Hmmph.

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Jim Mills on August 20, 2010

I'm surprised whoelius! I expected the B&W to be a more suitably dramatic medium for the subject, but the colors seem to work so well that this version has the edge,for me, though the B&W shot would work well in some context other than Panoramio.

Best of luck deciding! - bb

whoelius on August 22, 2010

Cheers, Herman, Mrs. O, Darling, Enson, Harry, Neil, Joy, theverbiage, foxholes.lodge (lolz!) and bb. :D

I've never had a life shot like this printed before but I think I may well do so in this case, and the colour version it shall be!

Thanh Nguyen Tran on August 23, 2010

Dear whoelius I think the color version is better than the B&W one. Greetings, nguyentran

whoelius on August 23, 2010

Cheers, nguyentran. :)

Krzysztof Puzik on August 24, 2010

This too... Greetings, Krzysztof

Maja Go on August 24, 2010

Color is not enough! Color??? Why? And why not?! I think the problem is not in colors! What do you think - what colors this person sees? And which colors he would like to be his choice?

Harry Taggart on August 25, 2010

Get him back to B&W quick, it makes him look a lot more cheerful. :)

whoelius on September 10, 2010

Thanks very much, uksp, Maya, Scally and unnippillai. :D

Michele Leonardi on September 18, 2010

I prefer the color version, Whoelius. It's more intense.

Michele Leonardi on September 18, 2010

...Here's what happens when we are no longer useful to the system. We become garbage or invisibles.

Rita Eberle-Wessner on October 2, 2010

I prefer the colour version, because the yellow signs above the street are like an arrow showing to the old men's shirt - and I have no chance looking at anybody else than him. Well done, I like it!

Jean Gregory Evans on October 3, 2010

The color version is more eye catching for me. The man in the foreground stands out, while in the black and white, the people in the background grab my eye first. They are like two different photos... almost.

Well done!

Jean

Hazel Coetzee on November 1, 2010

Oh yes. I appreciate the black & white atmosphere, technicalities and expertise, etc. etc. but give me colour anyday.

I LIVE FOR COLOUR.

It speaks with its little nuances and vibes that somehow just aren't sensed in black & white.

But that's just me.

ana zapico on December 8, 2010

Great capture,I prefer the colour version,it's more intense.The picture is very realist. Greetings,Ana

fotoromantik on January 11, 2012

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  • Uploaded on August 17, 2010
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    by whoelius
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D3S
    • Taken on 2010/08/16 16:31:18
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 180.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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