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    my favourite thread ...bicycles are very versatile models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fintan
    my favourite thread ...bicycles are very versatile models.
    what about posting your 'lonely bicycle' here too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhiew
    Here is more photo. Does this photo makes you feel moody? as if waiting to be reduced to ashes.


    Awaiting for a new lease of life

    the threads still look new to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro Image
    hi sathea,

    I would prefer if you could just burn the top left and right frame a little more just to give it a more 3D effect/depth to your photo. Just a little will do!

    Everything else perfect!

    Thanks for sharing!
    slight barrel distortion
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    Quote Originally Posted by djork
    slight barrel distortion
    thanks for the comment

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    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    Sad sia!!!

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    some have commented it may be better if i burn away the building at the back and the lited window at the toop right corner. it is abit distracting. which i agree.

    but on the other hand, i feel by leaving them as it is, it enhance the sadness / loneliness of the bike.

    i think either way works. whats your view?
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    I like it as it is. The tall building (OCBC Centre?) can serve as a comparison. The owner left the bike at the backlane under the lamppost and the window, it is jsut part of the house, however if it can be eliminated, it would be better.

    Perhaps, you can move yourself 3 step to your right and put the bike off centre? but with the doors without the window?

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    same bike, another angle, waited untill the window light to be switch off.

    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Enjoy the photos much! Keep em coming

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    Dennis, I find this one a little bit too dark... demanding ya? hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumball View Post
    Dennis, I find this one a little bit too dark... demanding ya? hahaha
    a bit dark, but the mood's there, though the bicycle is not very well defined.

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