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Bussière Dunoise, 23320

Bussière Dunoise, 23320
I finally managed to escape for a couple of hours! No apologies for showing the church of Saint Symphorien again, it's one of my favourite settings, I just like the proportions and the solid appearance.

Originally from the 12th century, the church was extensively altered during the 15th and17thC, but a few of the earlier details are still visible. The first outing with the Canon IVSb, - still fumbling about a bit!

1953 Canon IVSb, f2.0/50mm Jupistar 8 lens, x 2yellow filter. Polypan F in D23, 10mins @21C. Scanned on Epson V500@2400dpi.

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╰☆☆June☆☆╮
╰☆☆June☆☆╮
Your beautiful capture was admired in Historical & Architectural Gems.
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22 months ago.
Mikeinlagardette has replied to ╰☆☆June☆☆╮
June, thanks for your encouragement!
21 months ago.
giovanegian
giovanegian
Nice composition, Mike!
22 months ago.
Mikeinlagardette has replied to giovanegian
Gianni, molte grazie ancora!
21 months ago.
Transvox
Transvox
Lovely rendition from the Russian lens. It makes me want to make use of my Jupiter-8 and the other Russian Lenses with the Leica 111f.
21 months ago.
Mikeinlagardette has replied to Transvox
Paul, good to hear from you! Thanks for the kind words - I know what you mean about the Russian lenses, and I'm just discovering what a little jewel the Canon IVSb is - will it never end ;-))
21 months ago.