waiting for the sun.

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    ...the sun never arrived.

    skytree&kuan™, shanghaisoundbites, and 125 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. late night movie 51 months ago | reply

      Well done. Seen shots like this before but never executed so well.

    2. mahonyweb 51 months ago | reply

      LOVE this! :o)

    3. ériver 51 months ago | reply

      you have no idea of how jealous i am of your ebony

    4. Jerry 3J 51 months ago | reply

      Great shot. I'm starting with large format 4x5. Is this how you see on you ground glass? My is very dark comparing to yours. Need to use cloth to block light completely.

    5. notraces 50 months ago | reply

      i love that camera...

    6. Ariel Ramirez 50 months ago | reply

      Lovely deeps of fild !!

    7. notraces 50 months ago | reply

      you have to take this image down -- it's driving me crazy! great photo -- and divine looking camera...

    8. Before Noon 49 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called I {heart} camera, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    9. 'eliat 47 months ago | reply

      Great shot at the right time. How do you like the series 5 ballhead in the field? Did you find the absence of panning control a disadvantage?

    10. spiky247 47 months ago | reply

      it works well for shooting landscapes since the space and weight you save with this head out weighs the drawbacks of not having panning control. I usually use one had to hold the camera steady, and tighten the head. I wouldn't use this head for architecture, unless you also buy a pan head from Gitzo: www.gitzo.com/cms/cache/offonce/home/products/heads/panor...

    11. 'eliat 47 months ago | reply

      Thanks Charlie for the useful information.

    12. Konstantinos Besios 45 months ago | reply

      Great image (and an amazing camera of course !!)

    13. ilcapofficina(semanticamente uno stronzo) [deleted] 37 months ago | reply

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