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Angels Fall by borda
by borda

As I have often said. Any day on dA will have images better than the year's best from National Geographic, and here is another one. Muc...

Portrait de rue by hubert61

This is so good, I immediately assumed in came from a Hollywood make up for a documentary style film. This kind of close up requires co...

2014-195 Lower Falls Footbridge by pearwood

This is a fine black and white photo, but better yet what the Argus C3 was designed for, a great photo on a budget with full control an...

2014-052 Walking the pier by pearwood

Possible the best snow photo taken as an art image with an Argus C3. The composition is correct, the framing pleasing and the image sha...

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Airport.img471, with story by harrietsfriend
Airport.img471, with story
End of my father/son trip to New York City, but still had an exposure or two left.

Possible Kennedy or LaGuardia airport.  Taken with my Zeiss Contarex with 55mm F1.4 Planar on Kodak Panatomic X panchromatic 135mm film, in 1967.

What I find interesting were the people.  Download and view the many diverse passengers waiting to board.  Security hadn't been a concern then, and travel was more the bother of waiting than the threat of a high jacking, which didn't come about till many years later.

Feel free to download, just give me photo credit.

eugene spiegel

This group of images from the NYC trip is in a folder in my gallery.
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Pink blossoms.800 0207, with story by harrietsfriend
Pink blossoms.800 0207, with story
In contrast to the many leafless trees, these bright pink blossoms made me stop to take the image.  I had placed both the stark limbs in the same frame as this tree with the blossoms, but decided after viewing, the image was only with the pink.  Only a temporary condition, as the other trees will soon catch up, as the blossoms leave.

Feel free to download, just give me photo credit.

eugene spiegel
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Fire escapes.img467, with story by harrietsfriend
Fire escapes.img467, with story
Yesterday's image of a skyscraper contrasts with today's photo of an older brownstone.

Both co-exist within blocks of each other, yet bring a different generational feel to New York City.  My impression, during my visit in 1967 when this was taken, and on return visits more recently, reminds me of local neighborhoods making up a large metropolitan region. You can find small pockets of groups of people blending in with other groups, making the city very diverse....

Yet,  it works.

Taken with my Zeiss Contarex with 55mm F1.4 Planar, on Kodak Panatomic X panchromatic 135mm film.

Feel free to download, just give me photo credit.

eugene spiegel
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Building.472, with story by harrietsfriend
Building.472, with story
Skyscraper in New York City.

Underexposed to create the dark sky in contrast to the gleaming steel and concrete/brick building.  From my test roll in my NYC visit in 1967, on Kodak Panatomic X panchromatic 135mm film with my Zeiss Contarex with a 55mm F1.4 Planar.

Feel free to download, just give me photo credit.

eugene spiegel
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Magnolia blooms.DSCN2156, with story by harrietsfriend
Magnolia blooms.DSCN2156, with story
Spring in Brown County, Indiana.

I have changed my bicycle commute into Nashville, passing alternate scenes.  I stopped to take advantage of the bright pedals on and off the Magnolia tree.  They only last a short time, but they make up for it in intensity.

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eugene spiegel
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For the first time in my life, I have finally memorized Pi to 10 places, and its all because of Pi day.  

Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, and the ratio is never finalized, hence it goes on forever as a mathematical equation.

Once a century Pi has its day, and this year it will be March 14th, or more exactly to the 10th decimal, March 14, of the year '15, at 9:26 AM, and 53 seconds.  or 3.141592653.

Anyone with some special plans to celebrate?

eugene 

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Trippy4U Featured By Owner 10 hours ago
Thanks kindly, EugeneBaseball Bat Ninja by BoffinbraiN
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chikuQ Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for faving my work :)
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tetrasnake Featured By Owner 2 days ago   General Artist
Thank you for the faves and the watch!
Fantastic work of old New York!
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Many thanks for the :+fav:!! :hug:
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