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Subject: [Leica] M Monochrom sunrises through winter-dirtied windows in Chicago
From: philippe.amard at (philippe.amard)
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2014 08:15:06 +0100
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Hi Greg,

I love the grainy looks as it brings life into the view.
You were lucky the window helped not getting too sharp an image and  
preserve a mood/atmosphere - it is sharp enough where it should be  
though, no fear about that :-)
And the slight "vignetting" eases the eye by focusing where you need  
to get.

Good on you Greg.
I'm happy to read you'll soon be able to get down from your perch and  
stroll the sunny/shady streets of wonderful Chicago.

Philippe in Metz, waiting for his Valentine's commute and his three  
kids' visit for Alice's BD celebrations :-)

Le 14 f?vr. 14 ? 03:42, Greg Rubenstein a ?crit :

> Header says it all.
> Still cold here, though not brutal -- almost climbed to 30 today. A
> heatwave.
> Interesting sunrise yesterday called for black-and-white.
> Comment. Critique. Shiver. Yawn.
> Thank you in advance.
> Greg Rubenstein
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One sees clearly only with the heart. What is essential is invisible  
to the eye. Antoine de Saint Exup?ry in Le Petit Prince.

In reply to: Message from gcr910 at (Greg Rubenstein) ([Leica] M Monochrom sunrises through winter-dirtied windows in Chicago)