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    Thank you all for the positive comments. This spot was very accessible for photography in 80's and 90's. It was along a highway in northern NM. Then a fence went up with an gate just for foot traffic. Next a fence with a sign saying "don't even think about trespassing. I presume that vandalism became the issue.

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    2550, Phoenix, AZ 2007
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    Trilogy. Earl Young boulder home - Charlevoix, MI
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    A deep orange filter was used to darken the blue of the sky in the window reflection to help the birch trees stand out more, and to lighten the dark tan paint of the window frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Curtis View Post
    About 10 miles north of "Moonrise Hernandez, New Mexico"
    Attachment 34043
    Nice image, better than anything I have done there. This is the partial reconstruction of Santa Rosa de Lima church just below Abiquiu. It was built in the 1980's on the historic site (a mound of dirt) of Santa Rosa de Lima and never finished by santero Charlie Carrillo, a penitente and PHD in Abiquiu. It quickly started to look like an old ruin. I know Charlie and talked to him a few times about this project
    Last edited by Kirk Gittings; 15-Dec-2009 at 11:54.
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    Thank you Kirk, I didn't realize it was that new. Is it fenced in now because of any specific problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil O. View Post
    Trilogy. Earl Young boulder home - Charlevoix, MI
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    A deep orange filter was used to darken the blue of the sky in the window reflection to help the birch trees stand out more, and to lighten the dark tan paint of the window frame.
    Good one, Phil. I like this. I bet it looks gorgeous on a selenium-toned print.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Curtis View Post
    Thank you Kirk, I didn't realize it was that new. Is it fenced in now because of any specific problems?
    I used to work and have relatives north of there and went by there all the time, but those reasons are gone now. So I haven't been by there in awhile and didn't notice it was fenced the last time by. I can't help you with that. Just guessing, but probably whoever owns the property fenced it for safety reasons? Fences are oftentimes about lawyers.
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    Michael Graves wrote:

    "Good one, Phil. I like this. I bet it looks gorgeous on a selenium-toned print."


    Thanks for the compliment, Michael. I gave selunium toning a try a while back, but could not get a color tone that I was happy with. This image has only been printed on Ilford Multigrade FB, and I have been content with the results - though there is always room for improvement with my printing.

    The scan for my post was straight from the negative, with minimal adjustments for contrast and brightness.
    Last edited by Phil O.; 17-Dec-2009 at 03:58. Reason: correct typos

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