{W/NW}: People and Statues

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by nels, May 19, 2006.

  1. Musee d'Orsay - Paris
  2. Musee d'Orsay 2
  3. Musee d'Orsay 3
  4. Musee du Louvre "Inconnu"
  5. What, Nels, no panty shot this time? ;-)
  6. Nels, Union Station in Washington. I like that phallic image in the first one... Takes form from the side.
  7. .....
  8. Nels, that's a long phone call she made, and it cost me nearly half of my rollover minutes.
  9. Same location, but June 3, 1956. Photographer "C.E.S.", presumably Verichrome Pan 116 or 616. (Also a riff on Nels' previous "Metro" w/nw, these streetcars are what came before Metro, before the highway people got rid of them to solve Washington's traffic problems.)
  10. Now, here's one that's on-location, and on topic, one person, and many (dirty) statues. This was taken October 27, 1977, during the most unfortunate period of Union Station as the "National Visitors' Center", with a giant pit in the middle of the floor with a multi-screen slide show. Film is High Speed Ektachrome, the last year before the switch to E-6. Sorry, the camera was my Topcon Super D, probably 35mm lens, although I might have borrowed a 25mm for this outing.
  11. John,

    I posted some Union Station stuff here:


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