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    2018-04-09 Ukraine Foma 100 in XTOL 1+2 9 min005-02web by Yuriy Sanin, on Flickr
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    John Olsen
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    Orgraph: A very nice composition.

    Here's something else that's old. I'm getting back to printing Kodak Vericolor III Type S negatives on Ilford MG paper. Some from Stonehenge were good for that. There's frost on the grass and a wall of fog behind the stones just after sunrise on a November day.

    [IMG]SthengeSht12N1 Flkr by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    UticaCoveredBridge001s by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

    Covered bridge near Frederick, Maryland. http://www.mdcoveredbridges.com/utica.html

    Gibellini Bellatrix 810, Nikkor-Q 300 f9, Ektachrome E100 developed with the Arista E-6 kit.

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    I was tracking Austin Granger across eastern Oregon, and came upon some still-warm tripod holes near this abandoned ranch in far northern Nevada. 4x5 cropped to eliminate high wires and barbed wire fence.

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    That place is not a destination for me - it's about 4 hours from where I live. I used to pass by once or twice a year when driving to visit my parents while they were still alive. Usually my wife was with me, and wasn't too keen to stop because it was the middle of an 11-12 hour day of driving. Another time we went by the gate was open, so we went in. She was happier then, because she got to poke around a bit.

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    John Olsen
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    Austin and h2oman: great finds there in Oregon.

    Now a few time zones east of there we have a recent print from an old color neg:

    [IMG]SthengeSht12N4 Flkr by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    I like both, John. I'd like to see Stonehenge, but am afraid it would be a touristy disappointment? I have a Fay Godwin book with a number of photos of other standing stones in Britain that are appealing as well.

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    h2oman, this wide view has wonderful counterpoints -- the dramatic clouds and the foreground brush; the house and the plateau at right, whose curve mirrors the stand of trees; the play of light. an exceptional moment well-seen.
    Philip U.

    Sine scientia ars nihil est. (Without science/knowledge, art is nothing.)
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    When I was a child, physical access to Stonehenge was no trouble. Now the volume of visitors has brought more controls. If only I'd had a large format camera back then!

    The British Isles are covered by neolithic monuments and sites. But Stonehenge is definitely the most 'monumental'.

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