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Posted By: mtansley, 05-19-2011, 08:59 AM

A reminder that everything will return to nature if left alone by mankind.

Both versions did have their sky enhanced using Lightroom to make the clouds and sky 'pop' a bit more. The original is of course the bottom photo.

Which one do YOU prefer and why just out of curiosity? If any?!

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I prefer the black and white image, the clouds make the image look surreal.
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The black & white version reminds me of an infra-red photo with the black sky.
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I vote for the B&W version as well - I really like it.

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I like the black and white as well. This would be a great image to do in HDR, and I would to see you try that if you can. These are among my favourite type of photos. They evoke much thought and emotion.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tessfully Quote
I like the black and white as well. This would be a great image to do in HDR, and I would to see you try that if you can. These are among my favourite type of photos. They evoke much thought and emotion.
What parts would you like to see done in HDR. I thought you'd need 2-3 originals taken with different exposures to accomplish that. It's not something I've played around with yet. Any suggestions and/or advice would be welcome.
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B&W for me!
Seems like it was destined to be one.

Have you considered a sepia variant?
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