Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3
Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
This one:
Interesting. That one doesn't grab me at all. The one that dropped my jaw to the floor is Plate 58 Near San Quirico Val d'Orcia. (On the website.) I've never seen either a finer photograph or a finer print.
Well, it's not like its an arresting composition, it just did these wierd visual effects on me while I looked at it. I like others like Paulas plate 38 Pitigliano, in which the griity detail of the brick almost had the taste of the dusty street in my mouth. Or Michaels plate 9 San Gimignano, reminiscent of the magic of Camelot on the hill. The whole exhibit was verging on sensory overload.