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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by newtorf View Post
    Redwood tree tunnel in Cupertino, Chamonix 45N-2, Nikkor 210mm, Fomapan 200, HC-110.




    Beautiful!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thank you, Ben. It is a pleasant surprise to find these trees inside a city!

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    Beautiful!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    [IMG]Fitzgerald Marine Reserve by William Poole, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, Moss Beach, CA
    Chamonix 45H-1, 150 Sironar N, HP5+, HC110
    Bill Poole

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Hail Trump! Chamonix 45N-2 Camera, Caltar 150mm f/5.6 lens, Kodak TXP 320 expired in 2004, Kodak HC-110 developer.


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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Very nice set of photo’s these last 4 or five posts. But are you aware that there’s a thread for Trees here, most of them are deep in the bush and can hardly be seen as landscapes

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by otto.f View Post
    Very nice set of photo’s these last 4 or five posts. But are you aware that there’s a thread for Trees here, most of them are deep in the bush and can hardly be seen as landscapes
    Some of these are posted in the Trees topic. Same images, both places.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by otto.f View Post
    Very nice set of photo’s these last 4 or five posts. But are you aware that there’s a thread for Trees here, most of them are deep in the bush and can hardly be seen as landscapes
    I do know there is a trees thread--and I have posted some images from this location there. This one seemed more in the spirit of landscape. For those looking for a rabbit hole, I can recommend John R. Stilgoe's book "What is Landscape" (MIT Press, 2015), which traces the meaning of that word and related others. He tells us that the word originally comes from old Frisian (coastal Netherlands) "landschop," mispronounced by Englishmen as "landskep" (shoveled land) and from there to "landskip" and finally (so far) "landscape." Derived from the word describing coastal land reclaimed for agriculture (shoveled) the word came to apply in England to any land shaped for human use. These rude "shelters" we are seeing more and more in wooded landscapes seem to fit that description.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Poole View Post
    I do know there is a trees thread--and I have posted some images from this location there. This one seemed more in the spirit of landscape. For those looking for a rabbit hole, I can recommend John R. Stilgoe's book "What is Landscape" (MIT Press, 2015), which traces the meaning of that word and related others. He tells us that the word originally comes from old Frisian (coastal Netherlands) "landschop," mispronounced by Englishmen as "landskep" (shoveled land) and from there to "landskip" and finally (so far) "landscape." Derived from the word describing coastal land reclaimed for agriculture (shoveled) the word came to apply in England to any land shaped for human use. These rude "shelters" we are seeing more and more in wooded landscapes seem to fit that description.
    Haha this must stem from the period of Floris V or so in my country then (the Dutch word now is 'landschap'). 'rude "shelters"': nice perspective!, I love etymology, always inspiring.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes



    Gammelström (The Old Stream) south of Stockholm, Sweden

    Chamonix HS-1, Super Angulon 75/5.6, 9x12 (croped) and FP4 @ f/40 and 3 sec
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