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photoblog image Rathaus in glorious colour

Rathaus in glorious colour

For those who like colour rather than b&w. It is a beautiful building either way

Rathaus in glorious colour

For those who like colour rather than b&w. It is a beautiful building either way

comments (20)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 26 Jun 2012, 01:11
Colour works for me, Bill.

I like the cyclists in the foreground, too.
Bill Phillips: I think i prefer it in colour too
The wet streets add a lot...
Bill Phillips: Well timed shower!
You captured the exact angle as the previous shot Bill... the coloured photo brings out the richness of the Rathaus... well done Mate....petersmile
Bill Phillips: It is a rather splendid building Peter
It is indeed - I love the fire engine red!
Bill Phillips: I think it is more a red ochre Elizabeth but it looked stunning
  • Chris
  • England
  • 26 Jun 2012, 06:24
Everything about it is beautiful. I especially like those wet cobbles and the effect they produce
Bill Phillips: It was a fine building. shame we couldn't see inside
I much prefer this Bill, and it shows what a fine composition it is.
Bill Phillips: I prefer it too if i am honest
Fussy simpletons such as myself Bill will never quite understand, now that you've revealed all in it's considerable daylight beauty.....smile
Bill Phillips: It is a lovely building Fred. I see you are meeting up with Mr trim today. Have a good time!
Beats black and whitre for me.
Bill Phillips: Fair enough Mary. It is a fine building whatever you do to it!
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Jun 2012, 11:44
Well I'm going to be different to everyone else and say I prefer the b/w - only because I think you have overegged the colour by using that hideous Topaz plug-in!
Bill Phillips: Topaz is great fun. Usually I use it sparingly but here I decided to let rip a bit. If you look on Ogden's site you can see a special version just for you
Great, nice colour and composition
Bill Phillips: Thanks very much John
Looks a fine building Bill, good to see the quiet street with cyclists and the cobblestones, too. A really nice shot!
Bill Phillips: It is a fine building Martin.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 26 Jun 2012, 12:41
What a joy this is. the red brickwork complements to blue in the sky nicely. Good to see no yellow lines and little street furniture.
Bill Phillips: It is a great building in a really fine setting Alan
That does it justice. A far more memorable picture Bill
Bill Phillips: Pleased you like it Janet
  • Pedroeric
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Jun 2012, 14:54
Capturing the wet cobble stones makes the picture for me Bill.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Peter.
I looked at the Ingrid version first and actually like both, but of course Topaz has lifted the colours, this is how I would present it were it my image.
Bill Phillips: It is all down to personal preference Brian
The colours are coming out wonderfully with the wet atmosphere Bill!
Bill Phillips: The shower of rain was very convenient Richard
  • paul
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Jun 2012, 20:15
usually i am a sucker for the B&W but here I prefer the colour version
Bill Phillips: So do I Paul
Yes, quite striking in colour.
It certainly stands out against the other buildings in the area, Bill, in style as well as colour. Nicely done!
Bill Phillips: It is a delightful building Beverly
with the primary colours all represented here, i do love this!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Ayush. Pleased you like it

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