It's a small world

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  1. Puscas

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    Just sharing a few I took today at the Museum of the City of New York. The first two are miniatures used in an exhibition on trade. The last two are from a dollhouse exhibition. Everything was behind glass, I couldn't find a way to reduce the glare, but I think in some pics it works. Hope you like 'm.

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    thanks for looking




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    Neat stuff. I love miniatures. It's amazing to me how detailed they make them. It's too bad about the glare on the glass. Did you have your lens pressed right up to the glass? Sometimes that helps. I like the third one the most because of the lighting and composition.
     
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    Hey, Ajay. How can you say "I love miniature", when that was JUST the sentence I wanted to write down? :irked: :wink:

    Hey. I love miniatures, too!
    Which is why I mean to at least offer to those who will come to the meet-up (among who you are not going to be Pascal, I know, I know!! ) to visit the "Miniature Wonderland" in Hamburg, which is the world (?) largest model train set-up.

    With your photos, I really don't mind the reflections at all. To see this little world at all compensates for all that. My personal favourite is the second.
     
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    I only had my 50mm/1.8 with me. So I had to step back to get these in the frame. Good to know for my next museum visit. :)

     
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    wow,
    i like the last one,
    cool pics!
     
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    thanks, that's my personal favorite. It's the one where the glare gives it a ghostly look (somewhat). I like the effect.







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    I really like the first two. Your nice photos allow one to appreciate what a beautiful miniature that is.
     

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