Three of a kind

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    The Bruce Grove Castle. See which one you like best. Original HDR from 3 shots, a B&W Tomal Enhancer on top and the third a Midnight Sepia filter on top of HDR.

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    If we're "voting" -- my vote would go to the first image.

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    #1 for me too - the 3rd one might have worked had the windows not flared out - nice building - where is it?

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    Cheers. It's the Bruce Grove Castle, 11min walk from Bruce Grove train station, 5 min from my house, in Haringey, London.
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    love the shots, I agree with the others, #1 is the best, #3 has a great lok to it but its a little to glowy.
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    I like the contrast of #3 the best. I think the windows work, and that the edit is a marked improvement from the first.
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    #1 for me as well.


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    I think I dig the last the best, but the first is also very good!
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    Wow, beautiful work here. I love the midnight sepia filter over the last one. Great idea - that's one of my favorite filters.
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