Ermita Virgen del Camino

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Comments (19)

Malko on November 1, 2008

La construcción original es del s. XIII

pelopako on November 2, 2008

What a beautiful old architectute and POV!

Greetings from Izmir,Turkiye

Malko on November 2, 2008

Hello pelopako.

Many thanks for your comment. It's a really interesting church.

Greetings !!

逃离城市 on November 2, 2008

Refined, dignified, simple, also is fastidious very much.Why but doesn't have the window nearly? I like this black and white effect!

Expressing best wishes.

Malko on November 2, 2008

To pray no light is needed. Don't you think so? :)

In adition, in the XIII century we didn't know how to make windowed churchs, avoiding walls collapsing. Anyway, cemeteries aren't good view (although I like them).

Thank's for comments.

Best wishes!

逃离城市 on November 2, 2008

Sorry, I do not understand these. The pray does not use the window? Doesn't need to ventilate? I really did not know, hoped you forgive.

Regards.

Malko on November 2, 2008

No ventilation was needed: there was abundant incense in those times against heavy atmospheres... (sorry, it's a joke).

Regards ;)

逃离城市 on November 2, 2008

? ..... :(

2c on November 4, 2008

super mono, great sky & lovely angle for composition!

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Malko on November 4, 2008

What? 2c, the king of b/w's saying "super mono" to one of my poor pics... amazing! unbelievable!

Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!!

2c on November 4, 2008

Hi Malko, thanks for your very kind words, appreciated!

Love this, great pic!

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Alex de Haan on November 7, 2008

YEAH Malko, a great sample for your outstanding work with normal pixels =))

I hope you are using same pixels as we do? ;)

Greet´s, Alex

Malko on November 8, 2008

Well, I usually buy my pixels on ebay. (this time there was just sepia toned pixels available). Then, I arrange them, one by one, into the monitor, and that's what you can see. ;oD

Many thanks Alex!!!

© mARTin on November 8, 2008

There are not much windows. It must be very dark inside. However, a very interesting architecture. Greetings, Martin

Malko on November 8, 2008

Hello Martin.

The hermitage was closed, so I couldn't go into, but yes, I think that a torch may be needed. :)

Thanks for comments.

M.Reinhardt on November 23, 2008

Excellent shoot Malko. Very nice point of view and a perfect monochrome conversion. Y* for this beautiful picture.

Greetings from Berlin Marco

Malko on November 23, 2008

I'm still learning about monochrome conversion (and will do for a long time, I fear). So I'm delighted by the Y*.

Many thanks Marco.

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on December 10, 2008

Belíssima imagem! Adorei! Parabéns!

Malko on December 11, 2008

Muito obrigado **Beatriz **. Encantado com sua visita e seu comentário.

Saudacões cordiais.

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  • Uploaded on November 1, 2008
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    by Malko
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 12.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100

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