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PanFrank



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the crack, showing the frozen surface of a basin of a fountain in the Palace garden in Trier. Photo made this winter, original negative in square format, but printed rectangular to emphasize on the crack.
Date: Fri, 25, May, 2018 Views: 1116
Filesize: 99.9kb, 193.0kb Dimensions: 879 x 1200
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Keywords: the_crack-min
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford HP5+(400)
Film developer & temp:: Rodinal (1+50)
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: 80mm (6x6cm neg)
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Adox MCP 310
Paper developer & temp:: Moersch Eco

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SanMiguel
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Fri, 25, May, 2018 8:47pm

I like this a lot. Texture, lines, light bits&dark bits and good composition.
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skellum

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Location: Isle of Lewis
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Fri, 25, May, 2018 8:48pm

Really interesting, because it could be anything. Are you looking at something tiny, or absolutely immense?It reminds me of Wynn Bullock's work; he produced some images which are utterly mysterious until you read the explanation.
Very unusual.
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Derek Lincoln

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Sat, 26, May, 2018 8:11am

I like the idea of no reference point to get the scale as Colin says. Looking for the unusual. Great.


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PanFrank

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Sun, 27, May, 2018 6:35pm

Thank you all for your comments, much appreciated.
Frank
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MartyNL

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Mon, 28, May, 2018 8:16am

A nice juxtaposition of lines and patterns.

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photomi7ch

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Mon, 28, May, 2018 1:16pm

Other have said what I would have. I will ad that I like it

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Mitch http://photomi7ch.blogspot.com/ If you eliminate the impossible whatever remains no matter how improbable must be the truth.
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PanFrank

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Tue, 29, May, 2018 4:58pm

Dankjewel, Marty & Thank you, Mitch. I was happy that the image included not only the surface, but also some pieces of pure ice lying on it.
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alexmuir
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Thu, 31, May, 2018 9:54pm

This is a great print, with an almost metallic appearance. I am very pleased to have received it in this Exchange
Alex.
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Richard Gould
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Mon, 4, June, 2018 4:50pm

A fine print of a difficult subject, well done Frank this works well
Richard

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