Plants are growing things too

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    February 1983.
    Mamiya TLR (twin lens reflex) medium format camera, with 65mm semi wide angle Sekor lenses. Ilford HP5 black and white negative film rated at 400ASA (ISO) developed in Ilford ID IX. Negative scanned with CanoScan 8800F.
    Exposure calculated using Weston Master V.

    1. Robert's Macro Photography Join Me on Face Book 64 months ago | reply

      What a Wonderful Photograph.... Have a Great Weekend..
      . Thanks for sharing. I’ll be back..
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      Keep Shooting. © :0)

    2. Shawnito 64 months ago | reply

      Nice composition and grey tones. Nice tool that Weston.

    3. nineteenseventy4 (Nathan) 64 months ago | reply

      The exposure is spot on and the informal pose makes for a very engaging picture. One that you treasure, I bet.

    4. elaine.smith10 64 months ago | reply

      Lovely light...beautiful!

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    5. moonquartz 64 months ago | reply

      I like the feeling of "growing" you get from both the plant and the child

    6. José m brito e silva 64 months ago | reply

      Wonderful and very well composed image This beautiful B&W seen in


      B&W The Art of Photography (P1 C1 If You Wish To)

    7. Roberto Gardella [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

      This is a very nice and fine shot.....tender, delicate, well composed.......congrats!!!

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    8. Sash´s Kitchen-Studio Photography 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called MuLTi MeGa SQuaRe, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      fantastic light

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