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    Another one ...

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    Oh, I like that very much. Would make a good print for my office wall. Inspires personal reflection.

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    This was taken with a Leica M10 Monochrom. It's a digital camera, but produces only black and white images. Lens was a 35mm.
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    Nice aerial image of what looks like Chicago's lake shore, and of the Bahai temple jutting up in the top third of the photo.
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    Just upgraded my mobile phone to one of those Samsung thingies. Thought I should try the camera so...sitting in the office looking at what's on the desk:



    Not the most interesting of images, but the camera part of this phone seems to be okay.

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    Bob

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    Hasselblad XPan II + 30/5.6 + Kodak TMax 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonelyboy888 View Post
    Hasselblad XPan II + 30/5.6 + Kodak TMax 100

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    Holla, that's a great place and you captured it well! :-)

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    Damn, that's Clyde Butcher level work!!!

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    I hope that you will accept the dot of red


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    This is a phone shot of a Jonathan Irish print he gave me. He's a National Geo photographer (or has been, I don't know if he's still doing that). You'll no doubt recognize the South Dakota Badlands, one of his favorite places. Wish we could have the quality of the original image.
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