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This is a discussion on Atalaya within the Black and White - Monochrome/Monotone - photography forum forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I remember making this shot about three years ago at Atalaya on Huntington Beach. Found it on a roll Tmax ...

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    I remember making this shot about three years ago at Atalaya on Huntington Beach. Found it on a roll Tmax 100 that I ran through a Mamiya 645. Processed several rolls of many that are just sitting in the fridge using caffenol in a stand development.


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    Maybe I'll find something else worth scanning.
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    Really nice - print it BIG!
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    I dont remember seeing this shot, but stumbled across it when posting to the B & W thread.

    I love it barefoot. I love the depth created looking through the door, and the rustic bricks and tiles in the foreground.
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    Like Runmonty said, I love the depth created.
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    Wonderful lines and imagery!! Nice to find images that may have been forgotten on a roll or on a drive

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    oh my..the picture gives me frightening vibes. It seems like the photo definitely has a story behind it.
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