Country Living

Discussion in 'Geographic Location' started by lightwisps, Oct 31, 2013.

  1. lightwisps

    lightwisps Subscriber

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    Hi all. Just posted a shot in the gallery and it is the first I hope of a series. Having grown up in the Los Angeles area and living most of my adult life in California, mostly on the beach, I find the style of living in the country so fascinating and fun. This is just a shot of our clothes line with clothes out in the sun and an old barn and BBQ area in the background. Where I spent most of my adult life, clotheslines were against the local by laws although everybody thought they were being green by using high efficiency clothes dryers. Ironic, eh? Hope you enjoy and let me know what you think of the premise of the series. Thanks, Don
     
  2. Jeff Kubach

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    I like it! Is it 35mm or 120?

    Jeff
     
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    35mm. My favorite and as of right now, my only format. Don
     
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    I live in Montreal. Great place to live, but I do envy you! I like the concept very much.
     
  5. Jeff Kubach

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    Maybey one day you might think about 120.:smile:

    Jeff
     
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    |I agree. to me, MF HAS THE FLEXIBILITY OF 35MM AND THE QUALITY OF LF. the jump in quality from 35mm to MF was huge; something I expected but did not get whem jumping from MF to LF; was a bit o0f a let down acrually.
     
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    +1 on that Ralph, though contact prints from LF are pure magic!