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(01-01-2009)
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Benares
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India
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Asia
PHOTO DESCRIPTION
Differents point of view
APN LEICA - MP
Registred camera LEICA MP with LEICA Summicron M 35mm ASPH f/2 (Reflex camera)
EXIF information f:2 - 1/125 - 1600 ISO  (no flash)
Orignal filename acfb-13.jpg

comments

01/13/2010
Ciao,

a big succes putting these three images together this way Arnaud. I don't know how i missed this project here on the site. There are some quiet spectacular photo's inside :o)

great work.
01/13/2010
You are the man.
CT
01/12/2010
I already looked at this triptych this morning and immediatly loved it. The images just belong, they need to be seen together. Horizontal and vertical lines dominate all 3
A fav for me also
01/12/2010
Hi Arnaud!
Like Chris, I also dig this! Saying it the cliche way, but this tryptich is quite a wonderful series in itself....your photographs of Benaras, and in fact all that you have shown from distant and not so distant places...has some kind of a dreamy quality ...it's trippy... 
01/12/2010
I find this incredible...I mean, so many photos are meant to be seeen in combinations. It's a possiblility that is underappreciated on PH; the play between different photographs. I find this presentation more like a book. Not only that, but the feeling of lonliness and depth in these shots plays to my particular mood.
You have an ability for great image making Arnaud. Beautiful.
01/12/2010
What you are attempting here is very interesting, Arnaud, and I applaud your desire to break out of the conventiuons of single "golden" uploads (a la Furachan ;o). I'm not sure the attempt is 100% successful, I would say it is 70% on target - the second and third image work well and you would have a decent tritych - my problem is with the top images whose only merit seems to me that it has no people in it... Graphically and photographically I am not convinced by it.
But the overall effect is fascinating in its intent, as regards the passing of small fragments of time and its relation to photography...