Posted by Dennis A. Livesey on January 28, 2016 
That is outstanding Nick. Great idea and execution. Mr. Morant would approve. (And be a little jealous) And you are so right. The only time a place is overshot is when the photographers are average. No place will ever be overshot by skilled photographers for each one will be unique.
Posted by John Doughty on January 28, 2016 
Wow, incredible photography. Simply beautiful. PCA vote for sure.
Posted by Scott Cunningham on January 28, 2016 
Sensational photograph and so much more effective in monochrome!
Posted by on January 28, 2016 
That's pretty darn special right there. The stars peeking through are incredible.
Posted by Wharton Separk on January 29, 2016 
Nick, this is your best, ever. I'm a big fan of B&W photography, and it is the perfect medium for this photographic and literal interpretation. You did good.
Posted by J. Randall Banks on January 29, 2016 
stunning shot. Wonderful use of shadows.
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on February 1, 2016 
Tremendous shot!
Posted by John Simpkins-Camp on February 3, 2016 
Wow! Be it skill or intuition, you sure know how to make a spectacular photograph. Amazing.
Posted by Al Lindner on February 4, 2016 
I salute you sir on your magnificent photo! Wow!
Posted by drewhalv on February 9, 2016 
So nicely done!
Posted by R. Mueller on March 7, 2016 
Beautifully unique work Nick! With higher ISOs that have low noise and digital darkroom these are becoming easier than the days of Ansel Adams (Adams masterpieces were not in just his capture but in perfecting in his darkroom). But, it still takes experience and skill to plan and time the right capture (may I also add, determination in the cold weather). Your other photo taken the same night (ID 553698) in colour that you submitted November 9/15, is a great capture also! (Photo of the Week; People's Choice 1)
Posted by Max Heazlewood on March 24, 2017 
A well executed shot....know thy subject ;o))
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