Photography are miniatures of reality that anyone can make or acquire.
— susan sontag said that
your presentation is like a 1960s slide
Très belle vue de ce silo rouge la voiture quei passe quelle réserve.
Excellent presentation and beautiful crisp details.
I declare. If Susan said that, it must be true! How fun.
A fine picture. Water is the most important resource we have
Interesting bright treatment, sherri
wow!! that’s sooo cool… and your picture really suits it!! the slide i mean… remember getting prints to slide, for the colour?
this certainly takes me back!
A lovely presentation.
I’m not at all sure how real the reality is. After all it’s a selective process governed as much by what is left out as what is included.
SLides used to be so full of detail an color! WHat a creative way to display this image.
your composition of the water tower is great Sherri… this is a good scan of a projection slide….peter:)
A beautiful picture and great presentation
That is gorgeous.
Back in the old days, I was a Kodachrome guy and printed on Cibachrome. A good combination.
I love the vintageness that this evokes with the photo as a slide.
Une très belle photo
Love the presentation – like a 1950s shot.
This brings me right back to the days when I shot everything in slides and looked forward to getting them developed and framed back after a shoot. The landscape you have captured could have been from the same time period, except for the car model. It’s a lovely image.
Very cool how you made it look like a slide. Even the image itself the way you processed it is reminiscent of the 50’s and 60’s. No question that freshly painted water tower stand out but what rich colours all in all.
A fine shot of this handsome water tower along the highway. A common sight when passing some small towns..
I love the old feel that this image has. Wonderful processing. Around here, each water tower has the name of the town painted in big letters on it.
Excellent “vintage look” and design.
Nicely presented. Love that red. And, the quote.
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