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161 castle ruin, Burkheim 2019
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PanFrank



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Burkheim is 10km north of Breisach, where I live. The old town is on a hill and the castle on the southend of it. It is part of the wine growing region Kaiserstuhl (literally "the emperor's chair). Wine in the foreground and the major part of the Kaiserstuhl in the background, east of Burkheim.
Date: Sat, 3, February, 2024 Views: 850
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Keywords: 161 castle ruin, Burkheim 2019
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford SFX 200
Film developer & temp:: Moersch efd
Lens Focal Length, aperture: 50mm@6x6cm
Tripod used Y or N:: Y
Paper:: Ilford RC MGV
Paper developer & temp:: Moersch Eco

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Terry S
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Sat, 3, February, 2024 2:39pm

An excellent scan of your most recent PE print Frank. Smile


Well done.


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Wed, 7, February, 2024 11:25am

Wonderful play of lines and layers here Frank!
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Thu, 8, February, 2024 10:48am

I completely agree with Sebastiaan. I was looking at all the different shapes which add up to a great composition. The IR effect brings out the summer light.
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PanFrank

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Thu, 8, February, 2024 5:31pm

Thank you very much, gentlemen. I often make two or three versions with different base exposure time. Here I had chosen the light print, though I was not sure about left side. Indeed, meant to show the summer light.
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