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Monday, April 28, 2008 

Somewhere Down the Crazy River

"How many different ways can you photograph a public bench? Well...at least three...and I may just have one or two more tucked away.

I've been very surprised just how popular my two previous shots in this series have been. However, it significantly compensates for the amount of Photoshop pain I've gone through to produce each finished result. :-)

This is a public bench in my home town of Kilsyth, where the design theme has been to reflect the shape of the Garrell Burn (burn is a Scots word for a stream) which flows therough the town.

As with my previous shots...I love the curve of the bench...but it lacked contrast against the grey pavement...hence...seriously painful amounts of Photoshop. :-)"

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