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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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Your beautiful capture was admired in Historical & Architectural Gems.
2 years ago.
Mikeinlagardette has replied to ╰☆☆June☆☆╮
June, thanks for your encouragement!
2 years ago.
Nice composition, Mike!
2 years ago.
Mikeinlagardette has replied to giovanegian
Gianni, molte grazie ancora!
2 years ago.
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.
2 years 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 ;-))
2 years ago.