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    Color edit wins.

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    1. Loco Jain 46 months ago | reply

      white looks good, but i prefer color here.. the eyes and the hair look awesome. .. one probably cant make out the difference in B/W. its keeps us..well it keeps me wanting to look more at this one rather than the b/w version..

    2. azrasta 46 months ago | reply

      I like the color version better, the tones are great and her eyes are beautiful

    3. Thorpeland 46 months ago | reply

      This one. Hair and eyes are amazing.

    4. Itkovian 46 months ago | reply

      This one, I think.

    5. Pa! 46 months ago | reply

      i prefer the color one!

    6. . Jon . 46 months ago | reply

      although the b&w edit conveys a bit more "mood", i personally prefer this one.
      the awesome colours of her hair and eyes are what tipped the balance for me.

    7. Frieder Jan Moerman [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

      the color!

    8. kalesson 46 months ago | reply

      Both are great, but I do love the color. [:

    9. motoitaly 46 months ago | reply

      Great ! I love this

    10. David A Córdova M 46 months ago | reply

      in color is just amazing! .D

    11. Stacy Chiou 46 months ago | reply

      Super pretty processing!

    12. chazzman34 46 months ago | reply

      a very beautiful portrait..

    13. dj murdok photos 46 months ago | reply

      love the colors, great shot.

    14. [Revivalist Photography] 46 months ago | reply

      Your color processing is incredible. Teach me your ways!

    15. Rock N Shoot studio 46 months ago | reply

      Her eyes ... fantastic

    16. hockpooh777 46 months ago | reply

      Love green eyes

    17. Andreas Climent | Flickrista.com 46 months ago | reply

      Nice portrait.

      This photo will be featured on Flickrista in the coming weeks.

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