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Category :  Architecture

Submitted: 1 year 5 months ago

Date: Aug 4, 2017, 7:04:05 AM

File_size: 1.9 MB

Image_size: 2.3 MB

Resolution: 1920x1280


Date Taken: Aug 4, 2017, 7:04:05 AM


Comments: 4  ●   Replies: 4
Favorites: 2
Unique Views: 3007

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Photo description:

I was coming back to Italy after a training course in Germany, Dassel. I had a free one-day holyday while going back home. So I stopped in Mullheim, looking for an hotel. I had my camera with me when I looked at this “coloured and nice building”. Beautiful colours enriched by a warm light due to sunset. The owner of the house noticed me while looking for right lens and compo. He was surprised while I asked him for taking a few piccies of his home. This picture and another one named “Mail Box” still remind me of that man and his surprised expression. I do like great simplicity (minimalism?) in my photos: a few lines and shapes, a few tones. This house and its roof were useful elements for this purpose. Camera PENTAX LX on tripod. PENTAX SMC K-mount lens 24 mm. Manual exposure. ISO 100. Kodak Elite Chrome Slide 100 scanned on EPSON. Hope you like it after boring words above!….By the way date is Nov. 2001”.

Fernando Luz wrote at Aug 9, 2017, 11:37:11 AM

Excellent pov minimalism, congratulations

Giulio Cesare 57 replied:

Thanks Fernando of your comment. In a different Gallery an "Erudite person"wrote "Poor compo"....I do prefer minimalism...:):)






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