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SaraR


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Challenge: Historic Landmark -- The Old & The Beautified (Advanced Editing VII)
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Date: Jun 28, 2014
Date Uploaded: Jun 28, 2014

York Minster is one of the largest of the European Gothic Cathedrals. A church has been on the site since the 9th century, but building on the Minster as we know it began in the 12th century. Building continued through the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries, with completion in 1472.

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Place: 10 out of 94
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Votes: 77
Comments: 7
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07/07/2014 12:27:27 AM
Beautifully done, Sara!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/06/2014 07:28:49 AM
York! Lovely image of a lovely city.
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07/06/2014 01:36:58 AM
gosh this seems to flow all around what o great mix of architecture there is here , bloody traffic lights always an inconvenience aren't they .
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07/04/2014 06:38:00 PM
I like this image because it actually have an old time feeling for it which fits it really well. I also like the perspective that you've chosen.
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07/04/2014 04:38:56 PM
The leading lines and layering here are wonderful. The grey tinge of the image feels like it is caught between full saturation and B&W, and for me either would have put this in ribbon land, as is..top ten.
Editing out the security camera and pole would have been a good idea, that is a strong vertical in the wrong place.
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07/03/2014 05:44:42 PM
So much history!
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07/01/2014 08:37:15 AM
consider sizing to 600 max on vertical side so that it all fits on the screen without scrolling
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