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

    "Love Nest" 150 mm lens with yellow filter, TriX, scanned from print

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

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

    This is part of an old turbine I believe, in Merrickville, Ontario. Taken on a Wista.


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

    Bobbotron: Nice combination of nature and industry.

    After the "Love Nest" above I found this opportunity just around the corner. Park workers had whacked off a whole hillside of blackberries revealing steps to a mysterious new chamber. I returned with digi-camera to test battery flash to light up the entry, and then waited for the 3-day storm to pass. This is "To A Lesser Pyramid," in the spirit of the Mayan ruins I photoed years ago. TriX with yellow filter, 150 mm lens in field camera, remote Vivitar in entrance, scanned from print.

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

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

    Quote Originally Posted by John Olsen View Post
    Bobbotron: Nice combination of nature and industry.

    After the "Love Nest" above I found this opportunity just around the corner. Park workers had whacked off a whole hillside of blackberries revealing steps to a mysterious new chamber. I returned with digi-camera to test battery flash to light up the entry, and then waited for the 3-day storm to pass. This is "To A Lesser Pyramid," in the spirit of the Mayan ruins I photoed years ago. TriX with yellow filter, 150 mm lens in field camera, remote Vivitar in entrance, scanned from print.
    Thank you kindly John! I'm glad I finally enlarged that photo, the negative had been floating around my darkroom for 6 months, waiting it's turn. It is a much better negative than I thought it might be. The composition is a little weird, but I think I like that.


    Yours are slightly ominous and interesting steps! What's the circular structure near the ground on the left?

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    John Olsen
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbotron View Post
    Thank you kindly John!


    Yours are slightly ominous and interesting steps! What's the circular structure near the ground on the left?
    Dang! I didn't even notice it. I'll have to go back and look in. Perhaps a secret crypt.

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    Barn Doors, 1970
    Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec

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    Nicely framed - so much more interesting than a symmetrical composition.

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    Yes, very nice, Merg!

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

    Borie du Périgord (France) shepherd's hut
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    Ilford HP5+ HC110 1+31
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    @mtsclt That hut image is just lovely. On my monitors, though, it feels overly contrasty. This could be due to scanning artifacts, my monitor calibriation, or the actual negative in question.

    I find that what is often seen as "to contrasty" is actually just "too dark", and vice versa.

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