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Subject: [Leica] Re:Pasajes San Juan
From: max_weisenfeld at (Max Weisenfeld)
Date: Tue Jun 7 07:53:55 2005
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This one:
works for me.  I think the composition is strong (I am a big fan of 
diagonals, triangles, and the "look here, stupid" school of organizing an 
image).  Then the contrast of content, the ancient wall and the very current 
boy, strikes me, and makes me smile.

Thank you for sharing.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "F?lix L?pez de Maturana" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, June 05, 2005 12:29 PM
Subject: [Leica] Re:Pasajes San Juan

> In the Basque seaside there is a small fishermen village built up against 
> a mountain : Pasajes San Juan, that?s Saint John passage, where the houses 
> are on one side at the bank and on the other at the mountain :narrow and 
> long. This village, as everyone in the Basque country, is living a strong 
> wish of peace and many walls are therefore painted with this matter and 
> the eternal and never satisfied wish of independence ?I personally am 
> skeptical about this and fervent aspirant to definitive peace.This week 
> end I?ve been some hours and shot several hundred pictures. I submit to 
> your attention this folder with some of them.
> Any commentary critic or the habitual silence will be thank and welcome.
> Felix
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