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Mar 15, 2015

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Doug Elliot

You are a master of light and shade Tim.

Doug

tim wilmot

Thank you as always Doug!

Stephen

Nice strong feeling of light and shade here Tim and I like the view, past the figures and along the quaint street. I find that deeply shadowed wall to the left a little overpowering, if you mask off the left hand side, just to the left of the telephone pole, it gives a nice portrait composition (to my mind anyway).

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