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DUKW in Albert Dock, Liverpool

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Michael J. Parkinson14-Mar-2010 14:01
I also prefer this version and agree with Lisa, cropping is the fix in this case.
Antonio Ruggiero12-Mar-2010 18:33
I prefer with that colours...Bravo
Matylda Lempel-Chareza Photography07-Mar-2010 16:05
I prefer with that colours
Walter Otto Koenig04-Mar-2010 02:51
A difficult one. I like it, yet it is a bit distracting somehow. What bothers me also are the windows of the building give this a crooked effect. Also a the colors are bit much. This may be a good candidate for monochrome. What do you think Bernard?
Ed McConnell04-Mar-2010 01:17
great comparison for the the color and reflections..
lisamidi03-Mar-2010 18:55
There is a lot of information here that makes a little stress for eye. As the building is not so much of interest as the reflection, maybe I would crop it down to the top of the mast and just a little at both sides so the red post at the right side disappears???
Guest 03-Mar-2010 18:21
This image feels a bit unbalanced in my mind, you've got the main reflection half way down the center, while the yellow duck boat, creates a more bottom half balance. In addition there is no real focal point of the image, nowhere to rest my eye.
Bernard Davis03-Mar-2010 18:02
It was the juxtaposition of these two old boats that caught my eye. The DUKW is in constant use, while the tug is part of the Maritime Museum.
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