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Copyright Richard Calmes 2005
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This image just draws my in and I get lost in it. Love your treatment too.
I can't get over this gallery.
Every image is worth to view thousand times.
A kind of apocalyptic! This is a classic picture, Richard! V.
Wonderful image of this old theater, they had such character V
It is extremely beautiful, Richard! V
full of impact.
splendid mood, great treatment.
Wonderful sepia tonality. V
Absolutly great shot
Superbe !!! V
Nice old feel, love the dark sky. Great tones throughout. V
Great shot, great treatment. Really effective.
Wow!! This is an amazing shot.
CONRADO ESCANO DY-LIACCO
Like going back in time! Great shot!
beautiful, Richard! v*
Perfect colortone !!!
Guess it was very populair at the best years.....
Superb use of toning for the subject.
Superb! very seductive picture. big VOTE
Une de mes favorites parmi vos favorites...
Magnifique image Richard. JL Vote
Great image. v
Nice shor. The sepia works so well. Like the darkness of the sky attop. I would have guessed somewhare like Kansas, not Atlanta.
Oh yes. This works perfectly.
Wonderful image. great light. congrats. V
Not only one of your favorites but also one mines!
Love it! So lonely and isolated, beautiful toning!
Paradoxal Studio Classic
What a pic !!!
Beautiful piece of history here-- whether it's stil standing or not. Wonderful to have it preserved like this. The perspective and toning is superb.
Nélida Marcela Barrios
Superb toning adding drama to this picture. Well done
very nice colour in B&W !
Superb! Love the color tone. (v)
One of my favorites on Pbase! V
great shot. a very cinematic feeling to this one.
Brad Troy Photography
Nice composition and tone. Good work!
Agnes T. Ackerl
superb shot! ~V
carol j. phipps
A nice image of a bygone time.
so great, excelent seen and taken !
hmmm i think that you have a good feeling here! wow!
Love this one.. Make us think, and the way tat you show it to us is very artistic! Congratulations!
Stunning image. It reminds me the albumTeatro by Willie Nelson.
Love the treatment.
I've had the exact same experience as Kees regarding this capture.
It grabs me every time with its timeless presence in sepia. A powerful capture that will displace any boomer worth their salt. I smell an old Buick on a day too hot and don't have the energy to take the goat's-head out of my sock. The taste of dust from the lot, vacant too long, conveys only an evident wisp of activity from better times. g
The dynamism of this wide angle is just superb! Terrific shot!
This is one of my absolute favorites in Pbase!
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Ah, I miss those days. Someone else used the word "melancholy". Very appropriate.
Great mood with the sepia tint
Technically excellent and yet very expressive. You have made the inanimate come alive.
A powerful image
Magnifique..., très beau bâtiment et très bon traitement.
Wonderful shot! V
Wonderful use of sepia! Voted
The stories these walls could tell...a certain sadness about it's isolation that you have captured so brilliantly... voting
A past age, so melancholy.. wonderful
It is quite strange, I have ben admiring this shot for a long time but keep on following my guts to the ballet shots. The architectural shots are great and yeah, this would also be one of my favourites.
Barbara Read and Fred Schaad
Great shot! A wonderful piece of Americana.
Lloyd & Sandy Spitalnik
Hi Richard, what a fantastic thought-provoking image. Wonder if there's a strip mall there now! VOTED Sandy S
Do you remember "The Last Picture Show"? Great shot.
Great tones and beautiful admosphere.
Great building. A survivor! Thanks for this documentary shot. V.
George - Omiros Christakos
Excellent photo. This sepia tone adds a lot. My vote.
A classic shot ,i wonder how i missed this one though i´ve been through many of your galleries,amazing work, great tone used and no matter how often you see this picture this one of those pics which draws your attention everytime you see it . there is something always new in it.
The feeling is wonderful !!! Vote
Pefectly toned image. GMV
I collect movie theater images, oadside images from postcards of the 1930's -1960's. This is truly a fantastic image!!!!! One of the best on thsi site.
Stunning image, reminiscent of Walker Evans, very well done!
Can you tell me what tool in Photoshop (i assume) you used to darken the sky at the top of the pic? Looks fantastic!
Sad to see this in such disrepair, but it does make an excellent photo. :-) Makes you wonder what it was like during its heyday. Well done. Voted.
Great ! Voted.
Superb shot. voted.
Carol E Sandgren
Wonderfully vintage...in all respects! I'm wondering if there is even a possiblity that this gem is still standing today...in some form!
Whoa! Amazing, just amazing! This is album art material here. Can't you just see this on an old Rush album or something? I can! It's great!
I`m hooked on this shot!
Great shot. :-)
An amazing picture. And the name of the theatre gives it added poignancy or symbolism. Well done.
Nice capture, I like the sepia and the isolation of this building.
One imagines that at some point, this was a bustling theatre. It is surely a product of its time... now supplanted by sterile megaplexes. Great shot!
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