Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Brian Moore, Mar 4, 2017.
Sigma DP1 McKillop.
Love this shot, Brian. At first glance I thought it was taken with a Mamiya 7. You've taken some fine shots of this area.
Thanks a lot, Rob. (Saw your comment on Facebook and appreciate it.) No it was taken with a very different, yet no less magnificent machine: The McKillop!
That is indeed a fine shot and I really like the lighting under the ceiling and the fine but non-brittle (if you see what I mean) fine detail. The little clusters of people are rather satisfying also.
Thanks Pete. The whole place is covered in travertine tiles--those would be your "brittle" ones, if I take your meaning correctly. Being situated on a hillside overlooking Los Angeles's west side it makes for a magnificent sight from a distance on a sunny day. Thanks again, Pete!
A roma breakfast in America, nice!
Did you intend "Roman" Ivar?
I am amazed that you Brian, because I missed the bloody n i Roman, ( we some times refer to the printing devil in these matters, hoping that the reader shall be able to figure it out on their own, in spite of a little mishap ), were not able to realize what I meant. Have you been clouded by a certain Tr"a"mp?
You never cease to confound me Ivar. Have you put your horned helmet on upside down again?
Yes, do you want a selfie?
That would be delightful I am sure!
I'll see what I can do. The horns have a tendency of being cut down to a minimum by my wife. I'll have to wait a bit for it to expand to its fullest
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