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9 hours ago, MT0227 said:

M6J ~ DR Summicron 

TriX pushed 1 Stop in HC-110(B) @ 20c

 

Riding Into the Sun-Rise

 

2019-02-20-00024 by Marc Tauber, on Flickr

Good one, Marc.  I feel the energy of the morning.

8 hours ago, stray cat said:

"Be tuned for the next installment - Fedora Man meets KRZY Man - what happens next?"

ha ha, we shall see..... :)

4 hours ago, Keith (M) said:

In #58839 I mentioned sheep rearing on the Downs - and as an example here is a shot taken on the same walk.  M7, 50mm C-Sonnar, Acros 100.

 

 

 

3 hours ago, Keith (M) said:

Thank you kind Sir (blush).  :) 

What's the word - chutzpah?  Over here it would be 'brass neck'!  I imagine that if I tried such tactics in Swindon I would need running shoes rather than a fedora 😱  Bravo you!

Love the powerful silhouettes and sense of movement.

Very lovely, Keith.  Love those sheep.

3 hours ago, edwardkaraa said:

Thanks a lot Adam. All the credit goes to the wonderful place, right time, and Kodak Ektachrome :)

Don't forget the recent ramp up tennis playing! ;)

2 hours ago, Wayne said:

Orphan Minox Neg

 

Wow, which era was this taken, Wayne?  Pre-WW II?  Amazing

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1 hour ago, Steve Ricoh said:

Reflection forming a natural tryptich, Lomography 400CN, Pentax MX 135mm f/3.5

love the film aesthetic, Steve.  

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35 minutes ago, A miller said:

love the film aesthetic, Steve.  

Thanks Adam. I was gifted a role of Lomo 400CN and I rather like it. I doubt Lomo make this themselves but is more likely a re-badged emulsion - if true, which one?

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20 minutes ago, Steve Ricoh said:

Thanks Adam. I was gifted a role of Lomo 400CN and I rather like it. I doubt Lomo make this themselves but is more likely a re-badged emulsion - if true, which one?

Not really sure - don't really know anything about the Lomo films.  But it is really cool looking

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1 minute ago, Fedro said:

Namibia - Leica M6 and 28 Elmarit ASPH (Mk1)

Really beautiful, Fedro.  What film is this?  Looks like a chrome of some kind... ?

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2 minutes ago, A miller said:

Really beautiful, Fedro.  What film is this?  Looks like a chrome of some kind... ?

thanks Adam, I honestly do not remember it was 8 years ago. I normally use Portra but could have picked up something locally as it was the end of the trip

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1 minute ago, Fedro said:

thanks Adam, I honestly do not remember it was 8 years ago. I normally use Portra but could have picked up something locally as it was the end of the trip

Awesome.  Great stuff.

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vor 11 Stunden schrieb saiche:

Very nice perspective..

Thank you very much! I also like it, it looks almost like a tunnel.

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vor 19 Stunden schrieb A miller:

Fedora Man hand picking zombies for his personal use 😂

Portra 400

M-A, 28mm

He is afraid of the Fedora man!😉

Edited by benqui

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11 hours ago, RayD28 said:

Fifty years ago this shop was thriving.  They sold gasoline and had fresh cut sandwich meets and other basic foods and sundries. It was along the way to a creek we fished and we'd stop and get worms for bait.  We rode our bicycles and on the way home we'd stop for a soda pop and snack.  HP4 @ 125.   

 

 

I really like the photo, Ray, and your story reminds me of this: https://genius.com/Van-morrison-and-it-stoned-me-lyrics

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vor 2 Stunden schrieb A miller:

Been a bit distracted lately but am working my way through some Hassy shots from Jerusalem last summer.  Here's one from the market in the Arab Quarter of the Old City on an early Friday morning.  It's pretty much a ghost town there on Friday mornings.

SWC, Ektar

Maybe it is just my imagination but your photos with the SWC look so damned three dimensional. You look at this photo and you believe that you can jump into the scene.

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15 hours ago, Keith (M) said:

Love the powerful silhouettes and sense of movement.

Thanks Keith, much approached!

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11 hours ago, A miller said:

Good one, Marc.  I feel the energy of the morning.

 

Thank you Sir!

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