Burke & James 4x5

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  1. P Bailey

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    Burke & James Press camera with No. 3 Acme shutter
    and Ilex Paragon 6 inch lens. Tripod used on all, except # 3.
    Camera was on the ground for that one.
    Kodak Plus X Pan 125 film.
     
  2. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    wow, what a great backpacker's camera! ;) :lol:
    The pics are super crisp, my favourite is the last, though i like your creatively in the third!
     
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    I like the subject of the first one but initially thought that it was taken through a window. (What I thought was a reflection may actually be wear in the grass). Also, I wish the house didn't blend so much with the trees. I wonder what it would look like in color.

    I also like the 3rd photo.....took me a second to figure out what it was/what angle it was taken from.
     
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    :shock: For a Mule maybe!
     
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    Nice dude, what's the third photo though?
     
  6. P Bailey

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    The third photo is a tunnel under the snow and ice in a field. Water running under the snow created it. The 'holes' in the top of upper half of the frame show trees in the distance. A difficult shot to compose.
     
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    Hehe. Well, at least it folds up. You could try lugging around something like this.

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    Uh.. no thanks.. I would rather not through my back out. :lol:
     

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