morning falls

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    ziz, Yannis Gutmann, Heiko Waechter, and 32 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Yannis Gutmann 89 months ago | reply

      holga perfection...

    2. Vermin Inc 89 months ago | reply

      The holga scores again - I do like the look of the Holga photos.

    3. Heiko Waechter 89 months ago | reply

      wow - so familiar yet so strange.

    4. .end. [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

      wow fantastic.

    5. skinjester [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

      just incredible - this is a shot I've sometimes tried taking, never so creamy & rich as what is seen here however

    6. La Femme Fixative. 89 months ago | reply

      Featured on the “Film is not dead it just smells funny” web site.
      Hope you like it.

    7. jipps 89 months ago | reply

      tooooooooooooooo good. honestly, just to good. i wanna start saying why, but there are no words. whopper!

    8. ascesise 88 months ago | reply

      square format? did you crop it? gorgeous stuff.

    9. Nick Umek 88 months ago | reply

      very powerful. quite inspiring also. thanks mate.

    10. mugley 88 months ago | reply

      Thanks all.

      @ ascesise - yeah, a large chunk of the slide was horribly under-exposed, so I cropped it to the interesting bits.

    11. padesig 88 months ago | reply

      Please, post this photo in Unusual Seasons!!!

    12. F M J Botham 84 months ago | reply

      In the book 'The Art of Looking Sideways' it suggests that you photograph those wonderful sunset moments amongst skyscrapers (like in this picture) and then turn them upside down to make colourful towers and castles.

      This photo reminded me.

    13. timotee. 77 months ago | reply

      wow, I love it.
      You have really captured an interesting angle of eureka.

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