Blyth Beach Old Utility Supports

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Zenit TTL, Helios 44M 58/2 Lens, Fuji C200 Film.

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Comments (4)

trikermike on March 26, 2012

OK, I'm stumped dunno what it was what was supported ..... could it have been SPARTANS?

skida on March 26, 2012

I think it supported an outflow pipe, so "Utility Support" was making sewage sound sexy. ;)


Nick Weall on March 26, 2012

At first glance at small scale could be a couple of church ruins ~ when fully enlarged the detail of the pebbles is superb ~ A lovely composition too Keith with good Fuji colours ~ All the best ~ nick

skida on March 27, 2012

Cheers Nick. I read somewhere that the quality control on the Helios lenses can be a bit hit and miss - I think I was lucky to get a good'n. I was shooting wide open to narrow the depth of focus. It worked a tiny bit too well on this one, but those colours (straight from scan) are the best I've ever had from Fuji C200. £22 on evilbay was a good buy, I think.


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