New York, February 16th, 2010

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    An oldie - shot the day before the epic photowalk with Polaroid & large format master Rommel - just over two years ago, now.... I remember watching him work with his large format camera and doubting that I would ever get my head around shooting with such a beast... but it looks like I'm finally getting there.... Thanks again Rom!! Your generosity, inspiration & skills remain truly humbling.

    .. ... . .monkey head, VinTije, and 174 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. PImBA M. 26 months ago | reply

      q hermosura!

    2. rommel© 26 months ago | reply

      No Thank You! for a fabulous time! Having your company and witness in person your passion and talent is an inspiration.
      Here's one from our epic walk

    3. abdukted1456 26 months ago | reply

      really does have quite an eerily serene feel for being NYC!

    4. GApeach55 26 months ago | reply

      superb image!

    5. Daisy Frost 26 months ago | reply

      just so beautiful and peaceful!

    6. *Louise** 26 months ago | reply

      Always your wonderful nostalgic colors...

      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    7. The Gentleman Amateur 26 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the kind comments & faves - they always mean a lot!

      Penny, yup, thanks to the very kind Rommel - I now have a Speed Graphic up & running... not without the occasional mishap, but I'm loving it! The set so far is here.

      lawatt, he is indeed!

      Rom, such good memories... can't wait for the next one!

      barbara.ruiz89 & abdukted1456, I remember there'd been a lot of snow that day or the day before, NY did have an unusually calm feeling to it!

    8. snacky. 26 months ago | reply

      it looks so peaceful, you almost wouldn't know it's nyc. was this in brooklyn by any chance?

    9. The Gentleman Amateur 26 months ago | reply

      Yes it was - somewhere in Williamsburg I believe...

    10. snacky. 26 months ago | reply

      i thought so, the buildings in brooklyn have a look all their own. great shot by the way.

    11. Peter Keyngnaert (pkeyn) 26 months ago | reply

      Love the vind indeed, it defines the image, hints at a crack in the window as well - so it signifies both death and life, so well done!

    12. Elena Gal 26 months ago | reply

      the focus is what really makes this. your choice was perfect.

    13. cosestesse 25 months ago | reply

      bella, bella. this is very bella.

    14. beth maciorowski 25 months ago | reply

      sooooo beautiful.

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