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Nature fights back       ©2019 kerszkavet
Panasonic DMC-G80       3rd place, 134 points
1/500s, f5.2, ISO 200, 64mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: cropped, brightness, levels,
detail extractor filter (nik)
      Extra Info: None
 
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mrsawyer
Jun 12, 2019
    Congrats on your 3rd place finish!

ysal
Jun 11, 2019
    Congrats, beautiful shot.

Franz07
Jun 11, 2019
    Congratulations kerszkavet! Great success in both categories

Mepo
Jun 11, 2019
    Congrats - Thanks for the links - it was good to see they have re-mastered the original advert.

Lo
Jun 11, 2019
    Such an interesting pair of photos - and both placing 3rd. Congratulations.

kerszkavet
Jun 11, 2019
    thanks Thivi and Robert - really enjoyed your pictures too

Thivi
Jun 11, 2019
    Congratulations for your two bronze medals, well deserved !

RobertLavker
Jun 10, 2019
    Congrats on two great images. You did an outstanding job.

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kerszkavet
Jun 10, 2019
    I'll post a picture of the whole building in outtakes - it is huge (and connects to the even bigger white building from my open entry)

Robert
For inside pictures of this building (the Hovis mill) I found this blog:
http://www.thebohemianblog.com/2014/02/urban-exploration-london-millennium-rank-hovis-mills.html
(The millennium mill is my open entry.)

Aoc46
I found cropping this to be a really difficult choice - mainly because the source photo was shot long-distance at a wide angle to try and reduce converging verticals, so there is not a lot of detail to play with.
Also, my open entry is focusing on the 'simpler, cleaner pattern', so I wanted this to be stylistically different - I wanted the green to be the focus.
I originally planned cutting from the right for four columns - but I changed my mind owing to over-concern about having the largest greenery in the centre of the picture.

cookiejar
Jun 10, 2019
    Different feel to your other shot, good title.

SteveBee
Jun 10, 2019
    I assume the work of the same photographer as the similar image in the Open challenge. I like this one too -- the frame-filling, the symmetry, the patterns.

ysal
Jun 10, 2019
    Wow this is grand in so many ways.

Old Finn
Jun 9, 2019
    I like the contrast between the old building and the green nature. In my favorites.
Edited on Jun 9, 2019

Franz07
Jun 8, 2019
    Wow! Great to see that life finds its way, where the water flows

Thivi
Jun 7, 2019
    Nice symmetry !

aoc46
Jun 7, 2019
    Good choice of subject but maybe too much going on. Three areas of windows of two different types, plus greenery in two strong lines and more - all competing for attention. Suggestion: go with just the right hand area of red-framed windows. It's a simpler, cleaner pattern, and the way the green appears to be climbing up from the bottom is a perfect fit with your title.

RobertLavker
Jun 7, 2019
    Perfect for the theme. I wonder what the inside looks like. Great composition.
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