W/NW 2021 Pic-O'-The-Week #22

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by allancobb, Jun 3, 2021.

  1. Welcome to Week 22 of the Leica and Rangefinders W/NW Thread. Here is an infrared representation of Structure A3 of the Altun Ha Mayan Archeological Site, Belize

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    Leica M8, 35mm f/2.5 Voigtlander Color Skopar PII, Hoya R72 IR Filter
     
  2. I've been shooting film this week - not yet processed, so ...
    ... from the archives:
    Highway 8 - Near Yuma, AZ
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  3. snapped by the wind 0001L&R Árbol Caído Viento-LeicaC.jpg

    waiting for the ambassador
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    the oldest lottery shop in Madrid
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    the three with Leica C​
     
  4. Memorial Day, San Francisco, Leica M9, Summicron 50mm f2

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  5. I like the second shot. Tell me about it.
     
  6. That is good. Bravo.. Really good. I think that you and Billblackwellphotography have some magical images. And Greg M's back. His shots are good. Regards.
     
  7. Victor gruber. Tutor me. What is memorial day?
     
  8. So my contributions: all from today's 'back to bonnie doon': Wingham's scottish festival. I's a hoot, post covid. Keep safe. All on monochrom with my 75mm cosina lens, Regards, Arthur (film version to come)

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  9. I shot it in October 2018 at the same stop, and the same time as the first, near Yuma, AZ. I was shooting with a 35mm lens that day, so it's cropped by around 50% (note the noise/grain) and heavily processed to bring out the clouds. Actually, I don't like that particular shot that much, but I'm glad you like it.
     
  10. Leica Digital CL and 55-135mm f3.5-4.5.

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  11. So some more photos from 'back to bonnie doon': Wingham's scottish festival. Like the mists in the original film (brigadoon), we fold into the twilight till next year. Done with a retina IIc, FP4 developed in ilfosol. Gritty and grainy, and no matter how hard I try, dusty. A make believe Celt

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    Another make believe Celt

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    Ahem,

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    This couple camped out on the village green. Brave souls in our winter.

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    Keep safe, regards. Arthur
     

  12. Arthur , sorry for the late answer, I was really busy these days.

    I took these photographs at the Holocaust Memorial at California Palace of the Legion of Honor during a Memorial Day.

    Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for honoring and mourning the U.S. military personnel who have died in the performance of their military duties.

    The immigrants from former Soviet Union also mourning all people who died during the World War II and in the fascist concentration camps. Soviet Union lost in this war around 30 million people.
     
  13. 30 million people.

    Hmm. We won the war. Methinks, maybe, sort of...I believe in stuff written by clever folk in my news papers...proper stuff..

    Anyway, who cares a monkeys(nobody)....time for a photo.


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  15. But I see it's used in week 23. It's an interesting shot, the granularity. How was it done, and to resort to pictorialism, where. I recognise my gross intemperance in the past - what did Luther say: 'I know my demons'. Neither he nor I can lose them. I can't quite fathom your comments, Allen. Forgive me, I'm intemperate. Regards. Arthur
     
  16. Thank you. Keep safe. I do not know it, just know some people who went thru it, most dead, honestly, dead now (mainly post WWII immigrants to Oz I knew). They were beautiful shots. Viktor, they should be framed and exhibited. Keep safe, and keep contributing. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1). I must say, I don't know how to deal with these so great, so tragic, historical losses. They may have been in our parents lifetime - but the loss, the loss, continues. And I'm at a bit of a loss, too. I know that WWII was 'won' basically in the CCPR. So many people lost. Keep safe, keep photographing, and keep posting. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1)
     

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