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5 minutes ago, Matisse said:

Six month ago,  i showed my first Photo in the Leica Forum. Time to say, that i feel very comfortable with you all. Best Dietmar

Jardin Public Bordeaux

Leicaflex SL,  Summicron 50,  Ektar 100

 

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Dietmar, glad, you like the Leica community here.😀

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13 hours ago, stray cat said:

Silver birches 1989

Nikon N8008, AF-Nikkor 35mm f2, Agfapan 100, yellow filter

Love all three you posted recently, Phil.  This on is particularly lovely.  Love those birch trees!

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vor 21 Stunden schrieb A miller:

Special forces, NYC 👊

Portra 400 

This is really a killer shot Adam!

 

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24 minutes ago, benqui said:

This is really a killer shot Adam!

 

Thanks, Marc!

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13 hours ago, Wayne said:

Way to go. It makes me think.... the person, rather than just an image of the person. Timeless.

Best,

Wayne

Thank you sincerely Wayne. This is a good space in which to think of any picture. I'm really glad it had that effect on you.

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8 hours ago, AntonioF said:

In-laws from Seattle visiting us and unintentionally posing like in the back cover of an 80s band album

M6, Summicron 35 asph, Tri-X

20190327-DSC02420 by antoniofedele, on Flickr

20190327-DSC02421 by antoniofedele, on Flickr

Three decades earlier, and it's L'Avventura Lost, from Antonioni's notes, location file photos, scribbled ideas on the back. No one can play Monica Vitti, ever again. Poor Sandro. Tell us this diptych is not going for five figures at auction. Sophia Coppola is bidding on the telephone, Eleanor is complaining O.S. My mind is heating up with scenarios, and I don't think I can take the temperature. Burn the backstory. Some things are better not known, so we'll just dwell on the partial soundtrack left on the Nagra in Antonioni's hotel room before his stroke. Phil's phone number to parse the notes. A lot of instinct in this.

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On ‎3‎/‎27‎/‎2019 at 1:40 AM, stray cat said:

Zadar, Croatia 1986

F1, FDn 35mm f2, Ilford FP4

For crying out loud, I want to cry out loud, this is so hauntingly provocative; how do I anchor this, the redundancy of the arc of the sea wall leading to the head of a solitary man, a 35mm perspective, for crying out loud, so Kafkaesque in broad daylight! How did they find me, here? I'm innocent. I can testify in eight languages, most, convincingly. But, what's Anna doing with them. My papers are in order, but they're in the hotel room, fourth floor, corner window view. This isn't fair. So much DNA in this photographer's instinct. So much DNA. All right, it's all fiction, but fiction counts when nothing else does. His name is Boris, and that's not fiction. He imported used Rolls Royces and his mechanic got them running for resale. That's where Anna came into the scene with a Rolleiflex that supposedly belonged to Eva Braun. It was a curious lie, but what else could Boris believe, parading in Speedos. When he was twenty, he could run a mile in just over five minutes. He wonders how well he can do today. Not the right shoes. Sometimes, nothing comes together because it's not supposed to, he guesses.

For crying out loud, Phil. It's not supposed to be fair.

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2 hours ago, Ernest said:

Three decades earlier, and it's L'Avventura Lost, from Antonioni's notes, location file photos, scribbled ideas on the back. No one can play Monica Vitti, ever again. Poor Sandro. Tell us this diptych is not going for five figures at auction. Sophia Coppola is bidding on the telephone, Eleanor is complaining O.S. My mind is heating up with scenarios, and I don't think I can take the temperature. Burn the backstory. Some things are better not known, so we'll just dwell on the partial soundtrack left on the Nagra in Antonioni's hotel room before his stroke. Phil's phone number to parse the notes. A lot of instinct in this.

5 figures bid accepted!!!

Great reference and great movie!  I’ve always wanted to go visit the islands where the movie was shot!

 

 

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39 minutes ago, A miller said:

I came across this guy singing to himself in Greenwich Village.  I placed him in front of this nearby wall as I thought it would make an amusing photo 😀

Portra 400 

M7, 28mm elmarit pre-asph

 The fifth Beatle?

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Sunset tree planters - my uncle decided to plant 35 new trees in his garden, mostly fig trees, and I stopped by to take a look

M6, Summicron 36 asph, Tri-X

20190327-DSC02380 by antoniofedele, on Flickr

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On 28 March 2019 at 6:13 AM, stray cat said:

victorian high country 1989

nikon n8008, AF-Nikkor 180mm f2.8 IF-ED, Agfapan 25

High jinks on the plateau ...  so much energy and character. A simply gorgeous photo.

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On 28 March 2019 at 9:42 AM, stray cat said:

Girl reading in country pub being interrupted by photographer 1989

Nikon N8008s, AF Nikkor 85mm f1.8, TMAX 3200

A moment, two people engaging and a camera to seal the union and the romantic in me sees more than I should, her engaging expression, your thoughtful composition and I am happy. 

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