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A shot of the Benedictine Monastery in Tucson, Arizona. Taken with a Rolleiflex Automat Model 2, Zeiss Jena Tessar 75mm f3.5, Tri-X film, D-76 developer.
palms, benedictine monastery, tucson, arizona, rolleiflex automat model 2, zeiss jena tessar, tri x film, d 76
Wow Gorgeous capture
Thank you so much Martin. James
Really nice composition, James, but, for me, it’s the bang-on exposure! Not easy to get right. Good stuff!
Thank you Geoff, I appreciate your comment. James
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Thank you for that imaginative wonderful comment. James
Congratulations!January 27th, 2012
William, Thank You, you made my day. James
Awesome shot James, love the diffused light & interesting composition, well done !!
Karen, thank you for the comment, I am glad you like it. James
Thank you for adding your work to The Best of RedBubble!
Thank you very much.
James, at the risk of being sacrilegiuos, when I looked at this one the first thing I thought of was “Hotel California” (as in The Eagles)… I hope that doesn’t offend your Arizonan sensibilities. Are those palm trees in the foreground? They look like it.Sorry!But I love the shot, as Geoff says comp and exposure are both excellent! A favourite for sure.Regards,Brett
Brett, Thanks for the comment. I pulled out my vinyl and looked at the cover and the tower and trees are almost exactly the same, amazing, and yes those are palms in front. Actually I moved to Arizona from Carpinteria (near Santa Barbara) California, before that I spent 20 years in Santa Clara (Bay Area) California. I miss friends and ocean there but I sure don’t miss the traffic and high prices. James