> And then the Kerosene
And then the Kerosene
,Mamiya Sekor 150mm Soft Focus, f4.0,
Kodak TMAX 400
1/250s f/4.0 iso400
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Definitely Desolation Row here. V.
The blacks are black and the whites are white and the range of tones in between are perfect. Just right for this gallery.
Desolation is right...another great moody shot in the collection,
The softness complements the mood of this striking work...V
How contrary. Tumbling down but held up by bricks. Boarded up but open door.
Great tones and details~ very moody image.
Wonderful photograph - So much of the old industrial grounds in the cities I grew up in are looking like this - sad and neglected. It is worth perserving what is left, even if what is left is not being used for its original purpose. Failing that, preserving the remains of industry in a photograph performs a public service in my view. Voted.
Walter O. Koenig
You keep finding great subjects for your soft focus lens and this one is no exception. Superb tones and details with a strong atmosphere. "V"
Carl H. Johnson
Looks like a building that one would find in an inner city!!!~V~
A subject that is perfect for you. I love the softness and the amazing mood that you have here. Wonderful work! ~V~
This scene is perfect, can close my eyes and sing along. Superb film processing. V
Terrific tones and lines. A poignant work.
Oh, the destruction... sad. What a terrific additon to your theme. V