Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by nels, May 19, 2006.
Musee d'Orsay - Paris
Musee d'Orsay 2
Musee d'Orsay 3
Musee du Louvre "Inconnu"
What, Nels, no panty shot this time? ;-)
Nels, Union Station in Washington. I like that phallic image in the first one... Takes form from the side.
Nels, that's a long phone call she made, and it cost me nearly half of my rollover minutes.
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.)
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.
I posted some Union Station stuff here:
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