Old 02-16-2017   #4961
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I agree I am a huge fan of Vince's SW images.
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Old 02-16-2017   #4962
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Old 02-16-2017   #4963
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Wonderful tones John....
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Old 02-17-2017   #4964
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I agree I am a huge fan of Vince's SW images.
Many thanks! I'm hoping to make my way back out there in early April -- the show at the Leica Store in Bellevue, Washington will be hung on April 2nd, and I'm planning on driving out there via New Mexico (I know, quite a circuitous route!).
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Old 02-17-2017   #4965
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Sounds great Vince. Good luck with the show. I think it will be another year or so before I can get back out to NM.

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Old 02-18-2017   #4966
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Storm over the Santa Catalina Mountains, north of Tucson.



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Old 02-18-2017   #4968
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In addition to the still life exhibit now underway, the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson has a show of self-published photography books selected from submissions around the US. They set up chairs and tables for helping yourself and viewing them. Lots of very creative work on display. And such a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.

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What a nice find in Tucson John and nice image too!

Here are a couple more from my time Friday, these taken w the 28. San Juan Islands in the distance.



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Old 02-20-2017   #4974
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Been staring at a bunch of walls apparently.


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[quote=pechelman;2698850]Been staring at a bunch of walls apparently.


I particularly like this one!


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And is this Guiness, or is it a local stout?


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Thanks, DwF!

That's a local stout that they had on nitro. Theirs is somewhat similar to the Left Hand Nitro Stout, which is much more widely distributed than this brewery 4 blocks from my home. Maybe you've had one on draught? After traveling in Ireland I have a soft spot for Guinness, but this was definitely still a yummy pint. Slinte!
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The head on that draught screamed Nitro....I should have guessed that detail as well

Have not had Guiness in Ireland but there was a tavern around the border of Oakland and Berkeley that I visited a couple of times in the 80s that were known for pouring Guiness at room temp
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I'm convinced that Guinness is only at it's best in the country where it's made. It just tastes different to me. Maybe it's a freshness thing, dont know, but it's distinctly different. I tested this immediately after returning from our trip. As for temp, cant say I ever had room temp Guinness anywhere in Ireland (or the UK for that matter), but it definitely wasnt as cold as they serve beer here in the US, which is a good thing. Too cold \ warm does most any beverage a disservice.

And I might be missing the sarcasm\joke, but Slainte is "Cheers!" in Irish
Pronounced roughly "SLAWNcha". Was just wishing that to you as a parting greeting.

The name of the beer I had is called the Moo Lab from Platt Park. I seriously doubt they distribute it anywhere. It's a one time special that I think is just in the tap room. The Left Hand Nitro Stout is really a good example of that one though. Edit: Just be sure to follow the instructions on the bottle to "Pour Hard".
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I missed your parting Cheers reference, sorry. I thought you were letting me know the brewery who made the stout. Apparently there is a beer with that name from a craft brewer in Wisconsin, and a Brewery by that name in Salem, Oregon.

In any case, bottoms up! ....and I have heard the same about Guinness from friends who have had it in Ireland.
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A small gallery taken with my Monochrom & 24mm Elmarit-M and my 246 & 21mm Elmarit-M.

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Another small gallery taken with my M-246 & 21mm Elmarit-M

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Siskind would like it I'll bet.
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Very nice, Allen. I like the first one especially.

In the quotes accompanying Siskind's show at the AIC, he said he preferred that the nature of the subject remain apparent in its abstraction. Your second seems a good example of that.

I have tried several approaches to these, but it became clear that I prefer greater abstraction, as in your first shot. I really get lost in some of these, and it seems like the less recognizable the subject, the better.

Incidentally, I've got a small gallery of these on my tumblr. The alleys of the Loop are a paradise of abstractions.

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Very nice, Allen. I like the first one especially.

In the quotes accompanying Siskind's show at the AIC, he said he preferred that the nature of the subject remain apparent in its abstraction. Your second seems a good example of that.

I have tried several approaches to these, but it became clear that I prefer greater abstraction, as in your first shot. I really get lost in some of these, and it seems like the less recognizable the subject, the better.

Incidentally, I've got a small gallery of these on my tumblr. The alleys of the Loop are a paradise of abstractions.

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John that was a wonderful exhibit. One of my professors and very good friends received his MFA from RISD and went there to study under Siskind and Callahan so of course I would have a strong love of Siskinds work.

Your image is wonderful BTW.

Terrific series on you site. Strong body of work.
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Testing out my new to me M246, depth of these files are pretty impressive. I still love my Xpro2 but this pairs nicely in my books..

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Sounds great Vince. Good luck with the show. I think it will be another year or so before I can get back out to NM.

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