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Old 05-14-2019   #41
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Lovely David. I understand the problem as you can't have your Bara Brith and photograph it! Proper food.

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Would you believe I have the same problem with Selkirk Bannocks, Tea Cakes, Scones and Balm Brack? They just don't last five minutes and then there's bread pudding...

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You had to mention bread pudding, and at this hour.

I too suffer similarly, with the addition of lardy cake, one of the lightest and healthiest of treats. And, of course, the saffron bun, which I hope to have when in Cornwall tomorrow.
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The real problem is smugglng them into England...


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Height, including the pedestal is 13.4 meters. Weight is 121 tons.
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Though I was born in Australia I am half Hungarian and from that side I am claiming the right to post a few old scanned film images from a trip there in the late 1990's to show the cultural icon that is Budapest and the Danube.







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Nationaal Archief / Spaarnestad Photo, SFA005002392

Customers eating herring in the traditional Dutch way. The Netherlands, Rotterdam, 1937
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Montreal's "Schwartz's Deli" home of the city's iconic smoked meat sandwich

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Very cool. When was this shot? Is The Stone Pony still open?
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Ontario, Canada's flower, "The Woodland Tillium". A delicate rhizome, picking the flower can kill the plant or leave it dormant for years. As kids, we were taught to look but not touch. This one's from across the continent in British Columbia.

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Very cool. When was this shot? Is The Stone Pony still open?
This was a couple of weeks ago when I was in the area on business. It was a sucky day, the only afternoon I had free. Yes, I assume it's still open. I know the arcade across the street and the Wonder Bar up the street are.

This was, BTW, shot on the new Ektachrome, but I did not toot my horn about it because of the dreary look. I had the remainder of the roll from a photo walk I took in better weather a few days before.
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This was a couple of weeks ago when I was in the area on business. It was a sucky day, the only afternoon I had free. Yes, I assume it's still open. I know the arcade across the street and the Wonder Bar up the street are.

This was, BTW, shot on the new Ektachrome, but I did not toot my horn about it because of the dreary look. I had the remainder of the roll from a photo walk I took in better weather a few days before.
Thanks for the info.
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A cultural icon shared with Genoa, England, and Canada. Replica of the Matthew in which Giovanni Caboto sailed from Bristol,England to North America on commission from Henry VII.


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A couple of cultural icons of the States ...

First, the Most Photographed Bridge in the Known Universe!

Second, the Roseman Bridge of Madison County, Iowa. (Yes, THOSE bridges, and THAT Madison County.)

These were taken 40-some years apart, not to admit my real age and how long I have been shooting.

The BB was done with my original Mamiya SD, probably Kodacolor II film.

The second was with the Pentax using the Takumar 28-80 and Svema film. The semi-obvious barrel distortion is typical of that lens when zoomed out wide, and the muted, almost pastel colors, are typical of the Svema film.



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The newly remodeled Space Needle, whose design authorship is actually disputed. One of the consulting firms, John Graham Jr., went on to build many other revolving-floor restaurants. Was the setting of a dramatic assassination scene at the beginning of Alan Pakula's political thriller The Parallax View.

A while back I was invited to assist a professor in documenting a construction project and was honored, and terrified, to go up in a doorless helicopter. Snapped this en route, though I wish I'd chosen a different lens—that Tamron 17-35 was atrocious on full-frame, even stopped down.
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Peter, this is a wonderful photo!
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The newly remodeled Space Needle, whose design authorship is actually disputed. One of the consulting firms, John Graham Jr., went on to build many other revolving-floor restaurants. Was the setting of a dramatic assassination scene at the beginning of Alan Pakula's political thriller The Parallax View.

A while back I was invited to assist a professor in documenting a construction project and was honored, and terrified, to go up in a doorless helicopter. Snapped this en route, though I wish I'd chosen a different lens—that Tamron 17-35 was atrocious on full-frame, even stopped down.
I don't think you need to apologize for anything about this photo. My, how those colors grab one and draw one into the scene! And that is certainly not the normal view one gets of the tower. Just great! I was curious what was in the lower right corner?
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