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Great how you've processed these, especially number four with the coloursplash effect :)

Cheers for posting chambre, cool to see :thumb


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Cheers, guys!

@hamtagger: Actually, I did not apply a coloursplash processing - this is the way the place lookes. Most of the walls are grey...

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Yes, I've been up there, but for some reason I liked the other part more. I just realized that I did not process a single picture from that area...

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