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vor 2 Stunden schrieb Sailronin:

The MOPOP (Museum of Popular Culture) a Frank Gehry building in Seattle.

Wow! Really an eyecatcher! Looks so good in b/w!

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It’s been a while since I posted here, I’ve been getting behind on my developing and scanning, I need to make an effort and catch up. 

The Thames, Delta 400, Leica M2. 

 

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15 hours ago, benqui said:

Where is the Fedora man?

:) He lost weight? 🤷‍♂️

13 hours ago, Steve Ricoh said:

Had the same thought myself :) ... even the lady with the big brown handbag is (was) looking for him :)

😂

9 hours ago, mikemgb said:

It’s been a while since I posted here, I’ve been getting behind on my developing and scanning, I need to make an effort and catch up. 

The Thames, Delta 400, Leica M2. 

 

 

Very nice, Mike.  And shame on you for being away so long :)

8 hours ago, R-4 said:

Clouds and snow (Hornisgrinde, Black Forest, Germany, Jan. 2019, Delta 100, R8, Summicron-R-50):

 

Wow, the is really cool.  Is that infrared film? 

16 minutes ago, benqui said:

M4, Tmax 3200, Apo 90

 

Gary is right, Marc.  You are killing it on film...

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8 hours ago, R-4 said:

Clouds and snow (Hornisgrinde, Black Forest, Germany, Jan. 2019, Delta 100, R8, Summicron-R-50):

This is just brilliant, R-4. Absolutely sensational light, chiaroscuro and an all-round wonderfully atmospheric picture. You MUST make a print of it!

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12 hours ago, mikemgb said:

It’s been a while since I posted here, I’ve been getting behind on my developing and scanning, I need to make an effort and catch up. 

The Thames, Delta 400, Leica M2. 

 

I love this Mike - how long has that wheel been submerged in the Thames?

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46 minutes ago, stray cat said:

I love this Mike - how long has that wheel been submerged in the Thames?

At a guess, a long, long time. That appears to be an anchor chain attached ti it so I assume it was deliberately placed and used as a mooring.

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