Kake (nou) wrote,
Kake
nou

Photo poll.

Yesterday I went to visit mstevens, and on the way back I took some photos. Some of the photos were of Mudchute DLR station. DLR stations are often quite hard to take photos of, because there's no obvious station building in many cases. Mudchute would be one of those cases.

So I took lots and lots and lots of photos, with the aim of narrowing them down later. However I got stuck at the point where I'd reduced them to six. Obviously this calls for a poll.

What I'm after:

  • One photo to illustrate the Mudchute Station page on the Randomness Guide to London. What we're aiming for with the photos on RGL is to illustrate what a place looks like, to make it easier to find if you're not familiar with the area.
  • One or two additional photos to upload to my Flickr account, for the purposes of "not getting lost in amongst all the other discarded photos on my backup server" and "showing off to other people" and "being findable in a search for Creative Commons photos".

(I really don't want to upload all six to Flickr.)

The poll. Note that the RGL photo will be uploaded to Flickr too, so it probably makes sense that the one you choose for the second question should be ticked on the first question as well. Click the thumbnails for larger versions, but be aware that in most browsers clicking the thumbnail will also check the box, so check your vote before pressing Submit. Damn, but I hate the <label> tag.

Which of these should I upload to Flickr?

1(6.2%)
0(0.0%)
1(6.2%)
0(0.0%)
1(6.2%)
0(0.0%)
None of them.
0(0.0%)

Which of them should I use for RGL?

0(0.0%)
1(6.2%)
4(25.0%)
1(6.2%)
10(62.5%)
0(0.0%)
None of them.
0(0.0%)

Suggestions for improving any of the six would also be welcome. I have GIMP; I can crop, and I can also mess with the colours to some extent, though my colour-messing skills are very hit and miss. "None of them are any good and this is why" feedback is also welcome!

Tags: photography, poll, rgl
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