Don't usually like B&W for landscape but don't mind it in #1
That frame is quite effective. Putting frames on my photos is something I'm thinking might help them look better.
Bouwy - you had double posted this thread so I have deleted the other thread.
Really like the mono version in the first image. Unfortunately you have blown out some of the water in the second image but its great composition wise. Well done!
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You also keep posting in Not for Critique, so we cannot really comment other than to say nice etc. Try posting in the CC forums
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I really like the mono....john
I also like the mono. I find it cold and mysterious.Come to think of it,when did I last see a happy B & W. I have none, how about you?