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Casa cantoniera. They were buildings used by railroad workers to sleep or rest during long assignments. They're all over Italy, mostly abandoned.

They're pompeian red ... b&w doesn't help ...

 

M6, Summicron 50, Tri-X

20180514-DSCF2349 by antoniofedele, on Flickr

Reminds me of many film festival viewings in the 50's and 60's. Such scenes were plentiful.

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Reminds me of many film festival viewings in the 50's and 60's. Such scenes were plentiful.

 

They have a simple and classic look. Some (on dead tracks) have been renewed and inserted into B&B or small restaurants

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Casa cantoniera. They were buildings used by railroad workers to sleep or rest during long assignments. They're all over Italy, mostly abandoned.

They're pompeian red ... b&w doesn't help ...

 

M6, Summicron 50, Tri-X

20180514-DSCF2349 by antoniofedele, on Flickr

Imagine the lies and exaggerations those walls have heard.  

 

I love photos like this.

 

Best,

 

Wayne

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Well folks, here goes with my first attempt to attach a photo for you all to see!

 

I visited Ascott Hall, the country home of the Rothschilds in England and took a series of photos with the 1935 Leica II with a Summicron 50mm f2, circa 1953.

 

I can't see how to add more than 1 attachment, so I'll send a second REPLY.  If you can send more than 1 attachment, please advise how.  I can see one problem that 2 files will exceed the file size limits.

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HI Steve...nice capture.  Looks like it's snowing against the building above the center beam  and not below.  If I can make one suggestion, it would be a slight counter clockwise adjustment to the vertical position.

 

outside the Leica Gallery Sao Paulo Brazil .... Leica MA 50mm summilux Tri-X --

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