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Sounds good, Pennington, Sonny! There are more cooks in here, so to see. We'll try it out some time :-)

Thanks!!! :-))))) I just had to increase the contrast a little bit since it was my old compact digi cam.

Thank you all. They have signs like this for many shops in the town. Pontebba is a very nice place for taking photos.

That's OK! I always keep questioning my own shots and know that the decisions I make, in e.g. color shifting, easily could be replaced by other decisions. Cropping and compositioning is another issue, and also could be questioned.

Greetings, Erik

Very good main colour. This picture is also taken out of the context and can work with contrast and unsharp parts for itself.

Thank you for the welcome -- and for the game!

Excellent Erik. Your colour reduction series is awesome. I very much enjoy your presentation of close up "things". The lines are strikt and there is no unnecessary adornment. The pictures are perfectly reduced to their basics. And these basics are photgraphed perfectly. I like the sharp/unsharp picture like this one. I have no idea what this is. But for sure you get a YS for this.



Hello Carsten, I uploaded some new pics. Have a look if you like! Making themes with limited series is a very good idea. In fact I was also doing the same with my 'lines' series and when I was busy scanning my catalog for photos which would fit together, the idea for Photochain was born.

Later on I'll have a look at your gallery. I recognized a couple of places in Trier, where I've also been. You often go there?

Greetings, Erik

Oh yes Erik, please upload some more of the ones you mentioned. You have a unique style. And I would discover it in Panoramio all the time. Your abstract pictures are awesome. It would be also nice if nobody would give his name in the first place in the photochain just to figuere out who it is. I discovered it a few times before because when somebody forgot to name his picture I tried to figuere out who it was. Sometimes I didn't need the tags. Right now I am quite hesitating to put a picture in the photochain.





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