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StanW



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Registered: June 2009
Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
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The derelict women's barracks on Quarantine Island in Otago harbour, New Zealand. The bath was not the orginal washing facility
Date: Sun, 12, July, 2009 Views: 3331
Filesize: 32.9kb Dimensions: 336 x 427
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Keywords: New Zealand, Otago, building, barracks
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford FP4, 120, 125ISO
Film developer & temp:: ID11, 20C
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 90mm
Paper:: Oriental Seagull
Paper developer & temp:: Bromophen

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B&W Neil

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Registered: October 2008
Location: West Cornwall
Posts: 4,019
Mon, 13, July, 2009 8:03am

Looks very comfortable - love the outside bath! The contrast has been well handled and the tones on the Oriental Seagull are superb. A most interesting old building.


Neil.

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StanW

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Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
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Mon, 13, July, 2009 8:21am

Thanks, Mono. I do appreciate your comments, as this is my first appearance here. Yes, Seagull was a wonderful paper.

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B&W Neil

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Fri, 17, July, 2009 12:18pm

Stan,
Seagull was one of my favorite papers and it was great for straight printing as well as lith prints. I hope to see some more images fro you :-)


Neil.

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Registered: December 2008
Location: Jersey Channel Islands
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Fri, 7, August, 2009 8:53pm

Stan, what a wonderful old building,I like derilict buildings,and lots of texture,Richard

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