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Subject: Re: [Leica] Nathan's PAW week 3: US imperialism in Germany
From: Adam Bridge <>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 23:31:51 -0800

On 1/21/02 at 8:09 AM, (Nathan Wajsman) thoughtfully

> (M6,Fuji Acros, 24mm Elmarit)

Interesting photograph but I found the presence of WalMart depressing. What was
it Miss Marple said? "The American's have MUCH to answer for." Although I think
she was talking about English muffins or something similiar.

I found myself wishing that the people weren't in the background - but I like
the way the array of carts works. Much better organized than the Woodland
WalMart's that's for sure.

I like your alternate also but I can only see it on my laptop's LCD screen- I'll
have to wait and look at it on my big display. My initial feeling is that the
most interesting part of the image takes place down in the misty area in the
lower left quarter of the photo. Could make for an interesting crop.


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