W/NW: picture of the week #31-

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by jack_lo_..._t_o, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. Spearhead

    Spearhead Moderator

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    Woman in Distress, Copyright 2008 Jeff Spirer
     
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  3. @ Zagreb
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  4. Brad,<br>
    Those are glass eyes for dolls, I assume, because the sure aren't for anophthalmics.<br>
    Right?<br>
    ... Right?<br><br>

    Worrying photo ...
     
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    Mt. Athos, Greece; R8, 400TX, D-76 1:1
     
  6. Christoph, I like the light on your photo. And I think Brad keeps those eyes around as 'spares' :)
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    Friendly Motorbike Passengers (China)
     
  7. >>> And I think Brad keeps those eyes around as 'spares'

    They're great for getting a close look at restaurant checks in dim light.

    Or warning people: I've got my eye on you...
     
  8. Thodoris: very nice.Love the tones. Makes me want to give D-76 a try.
     
  9. Billy Gibson, Leca M5, Canon 28mm, Kodak 3200
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  10. Those eyes remind me of the time when I used to work with the artificial eye unit. They used red silk to represent the veins and once had to make a second eye for a pub owner with additional red veins in order that his real eye would still match in the morning after heavy night out.
     
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    From Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire UK. (The home of William Henry Fox Talbot).
     
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  14. [​IMG] This could be from 1992 - 2002. Going through old negs and scanned this week. It may be pushing it for picture of the Week, but liked the look and feel of Summer in Hawaii.
     
  15. Trevor, this picture deserves a thread of its own. But its a a beautiful image even without knowing the extra weight of meaning everything in it carries. That I don't know whether it was produced using a negative also adds to it. Another image of one of this building's windows, hovers above it.
     
  16. Outside Pike Street Market
     
  17. Outside of the Pike Market
     
  18. I have tried twice, but . . .

    . . .and it is a great photo!
     

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