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A Cotswold Village

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« on: January 05, 2010, 03:49:11 pm »

Looks like a lovely place John. Been a few times to the cotswolds, but not for a few years now. My fave is #6. I see what you mean about the ND Grads in a couple of them. I've got a 1 and 2 stop ND Grad, but so far they have been used once, and then badly...

This is going to sound really picky... and it may just be my eyes... but in #2 and #3 something seems a little out of kilter... on the left hand side of both... I don't know what it might be, but I'd guess at barrel distortion.... Hope you don't mind John
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