Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2011/10/03

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Subject: [Leica] OTD On This Day October 3rd
From: taichung00 at (taichung00)
Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 05:57:55 -0700 (PDT)

Bravo!? Even before acquiring the the purpose-built cameras, you were seeing 
My introduction to something like this came from soil scientist Mary 
Brodahl, who while doing solitary field work in the western vastness, played 
at capturing the feel of places with these cut-and-paste spreads. Sometimes 
they took on ripples and waves like a heaving accordian's bellows, and 
threatened mal de mer. I think this was in the '70s. They were thrilling to 
me, a kind of lateral topography seen in a fun house mirror. Subjective, 
true, yet more evocative of the sensations attendant to being in a place 
than any single shot!
Thank you for Pioneer,
?? Bruce Humphrey

--- On Mon, 10/3/11, Mark Rabiner <mark at> wrote:

2009 Oct 3rd
A 50's style supermarket on the upper west side
As I walked along it at night in very dim light I snapped exposures ever few
feet. Keeping the same distance from the wall. Here is is combined in my

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