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Old 20th February 2016
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Spitalfields London

Those who do Street Photography I can recommend Spitalfields 5 min walk from Brick Lane. Fist time I have really looked around E1 London. More trips planned.

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Re: Spitalfields London

Most definitely " Open all hours ", So many items to look at.
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Re: Spitalfields London

Like it Peter - toning is appropriate, outcome is an almost 'timeless' shot, apart from those damn annoying yellow lines. A job for PS, maybe.
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Re: Spitalfields London

Very nice - I definitely like the processing. Lovely tonality.
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Re: Spitalfields London

I rather like the chap in the shop window - that would make a good shot on its own. Very nice shot.
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Re: Spitalfields London

The mono treatment is well suited to the air of dilapidation.
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Re: Spitalfields London

Very nice shot, just a slightly distracted by the optical illusion of the upper windows!
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Re: Spitalfields London

The processing perfectly matches the shot.
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Re: Spitalfields London

Nicely done but it could lose the bollard on the right
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Re: Spitalfields London

That image is no less than brilliant Peter. Even without the figure it would be an interesting picture.
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Re: Spitalfields London

Lovely capture.
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