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  Winter In The Park - A Man & His Dog  

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Uploaded: 06/21/17 12:22 AM GMT
Winter In The Park - A Man & His Dog
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I hope you don't mind the touch of colour for the BWC.
The dog walker may need a full screen view to spot !
Taken with Panasonic TZ60 and converted to B&W using Topaz Adjust 5 as a PSP plugin.

"Ever wonder where you'd end up if you took your dog for a walk and never once pulled back on the leash?" ~Robert Brault

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::tigger3
06/21/17 12:44 AM GMT
Since I do some slight color in my B&W's it does not bother me at all. The way this was done, offers a perfect lead into this image, that has artistic flair. tigs=^..^=
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::trixxie17
06/21/17 2:59 PM GMT
Lyn - The selective color works well I think.
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::biffobear
06/21/17 3:57 PM GMT
IR looking picture..It's good..R.
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::Ramad
06/21/17 8:37 PM GMT
Nice winter scene with a bit of color Lyn. As for following the dog without pulling on the leash here one may land up at the police station :)
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::corngrowth
06/22/17 9:49 AM GMT
Love the selective coloring in this subtle B&W 'painting', Lyn!
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.icedancer
07/01/17 6:23 PM GMT
Cool, like the touch of colour
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::Vickid
08/08/17 1:35 PM GMT
Favorite, original concept, and executed perfectly. Really admire the structure and essence of the scene, and the soft shades and colors.
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