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Nice... I had considered this title for mine...
I agree about the plate.... However, we don't have any plain white plates or I'd have used one and, the background is white, it may be the pp on the yolks has affected it globallyI really like the idea and the processing on the eggs is good . My only issues are the plate / background though. I think it would have popped more with a stark white background and a plain plate - ideally also white.
That's better Jim You get the T mark now
I do love the Dr Seuss reference and the work that went into changing the tint of the yolks. Yay for local adjustments
Ability - I am guessing lawn still not mown with the weather we have been having
Winter - very wet, indeed a sorry sight.
Book - no doubt about the book, I think a plainer plate might have been better, good processing though
Very clever but I think it would have been better on a white plate. The eggs are fighting with the fruit and would stand out better on a plainer background.
It's all been said about the background of the plate - but the processing of the tools is great, and the book is absolutely unmistakable!
Well worked and no doubt about the title. Don't fancy eating the eggs much though!
Nice interpretation Jim, but green eggs,? that put me right off my brunch
Good shot there, the green eggs certainly add to the image! I'm please I had my breakfast before seeing this
Guessed this one straight away. Excellent take on the theme and well processed.
Nice set Jim, fits nicely. #1 for me, I like the abandoned look.
It say's a lot about transport these days
And that's an interesting set of old pumps, I remember them being in use. Are they the mechanical type?
There was a garage, slightly out of town, must have been mid '70's and there was a little old guy that used to run "Petrol Station"
I used to call in there just to watch him "pump" the fuel... to look at him, wouldn't think he had it in him ...
I prefer #1 to #2, because of the lower angle, though the track is less interesting.
However, it's never wise to assume track is out of use. Even when out of season there can be trains / vehicles running on them, for instance for engineering works.
They had a big handle I *think* it was on the front.I'm not sure about the pumps, they aren't in use anymore as the petrol station is now a cafe.
Nice shots - #4 for me, and I quite like the subdued lighting. It seems to fit the subject somehow - especially with the age of the pumps.
No 2 for me with its high contrast B&W processing and the lines of the rails looking as if they were forced to split by the line of poles.