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Princes Pier       ©2016 babysister
Panasonic DMC-GX7       25th place, 19 points
1/1250s, f14, ISO 200, 29mm, Normal Program, Center Weighted Average, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Cropped and cloned electricity poles. Increased exposure.       Extra Info: This is the original pier for the city of Melbourne. It is well remembered for the troops returning from the second world war. It has been made into recreational area. This is the original entry to the pier. It is now placed further back with a lawn in front of it.
You may not see them clearly but the letters are repeated in enlarged mirror image underneath.
 
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Mepo
Feb 15, 2016
    This would have ended up higher in my picks if it had not been so centred. I feel like the sign is blocking the view and flattening the image. Maybe taken from one side would be better however I don't know what the restraints are. I like the colours and the 'P' sign is an interesting construction.

Lo
Feb 15, 2016
    Perhaps it's just me, but I keep wanting to see the building behind the sign. I might have moved in closer, or moved to the side a tad to make the building less apparent or less centred.

forkcandles
Feb 13, 2016
    on theme with a "P" in the picture

great find with the letters cut into the sign

aoc46
Feb 13, 2016
    Nice composition - the clouds add a lot to the interest. A little less exposure, sharper focus might improve.

Jade O.
Feb 13, 2016
    A little off level which the eye picks up. Lacking in contrast a bit which might help overall.

Anthony Comyn
Feb 12, 2016
    Certainly on theme!

Joanna
Feb 11, 2016
    At first glance I though this was an old school building; has that Government look!. You have handled the sign very well; the reflected area looks like water dripping which fits in with your explanation of the building's original use. A bit blown out on the wall at the right .
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