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    Well, up the hill actually

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  • #2
    Nice shot. It may be my monitor, but it seems to have a bit of a blue tinge?
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    • sapper
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      Not on mine :-)

  • #3
    Looks okay on my monitor as well. Nice looking village.
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    • #4
      Originally posted by OM USer View Post
      Looks okay on my monitor as well. Nice looking village.
      Sadly, that was so 20 years ago

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      • #5
        Ektachrome?

        The shot looks lacking in warmth but it does appear to be an overcast day. I can't say I see a blue cast.

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