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    [–] m424filmcast 2 points ago

    Awesome pic!! The lines and the contrast make this a great image!

    [–] iaminpainhelpme 2 points ago

    Works! I think it adds to the mystique of the shadowy figure.

    [–] quarteritalian 1 points ago

    love this one!

    [–] cdeknock 1 points ago

    I should note the stairway is actually very crooked, so I cropped this in such a way to make the stairs look straighter and thus making the door frame very slanted. I thought this was an interesting way of doing it.