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very nice !
30 Jan 2013 5:15am
I like the color version better.
30 Jan 2013 5:36am
@Irene: Yes, I do as well. It's much warmer and richer.
I must admit to being torn, while the b&w looks more artistic the colour seems to convey the sad loss of this lovely old building.
30 Jan 2013 7:55am
This one!! I love the black and white!! Adds a dramatic tone!
30 Jan 2013 8:02am
Much prefer this to yesterday's post Elaine......
30 Jan 2013 8:13am
SO SO SORRY _ TYPO DULCIE :-)
@Nigel: That's okay, Roger ...... ;-)
I like this version - the b&w highlights the loss of this piece of local history.
30 Jan 2013 8:29am
Great find and a superb framing ! I suppose nothing could help it ...!
30 Jan 2013 9:43am
Now that is deterioration, what a shame
30 Jan 2013 10:22am
Superb B & W but I prefer the color version. Nice day.
30 Jan 2013 10:43am
less sad than yesterday's one.
30 Jan 2013 10:47am
30 Jan 2013 10:51am
Looks like it´s ready to come down all by itself !!
30 Jan 2013 10:54am
the colour version shows the beauty of this old lady better, but the bw version transmits more of the sadness of seeing another special building taken down (and being replaced by ... what ?!?)
30 Jan 2013 11:25am
I like how the B&W treatment de-emphasizes the yellow and reds of the cution tape and danger signs.
30 Jan 2013 2:31pm
The renovated one ; ] best…jf
30 Jan 2013 3:29pm
The colour version has a warm and rich feel whereas the B&W has a much more somber feel to it! Each is special in it's own right Dulcie! Methinks it would be a tie! ;-)
30 Jan 2013 7:24pm
I vote for this B&W - to me it shows off all of the lovely details and textures so well.
30 Jan 2013 9:49pm
Looks great in B&W, too.
30 Jan 2013 11:24pm
Great contrasts captured in this version! But I am torn between which one I like better.
31 Jan 2013 12:43am
Wow! The b&w really emphasizes the detail. Wonderful image!
31 Jan 2013 12:57am
dommage pour ce vieux batiment !! interessante image.
31 Jan 2013 12:13pm
I find myself preferring the color version because it conveys all the more the glory of what is to be lost . .
1 Feb 2013 6:04am
What a shame. It looks it has been a great building, full of charm.
1 Feb 2013 6:59pm
I always hate to see this...I can only imagine what will replace those years of memory.
2 Feb 2013 3:48am
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