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Friday theme - Something...

Friday theme - Something...
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Copyright: Jean Fraipont (Reflex) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Workshop Editor/Silver Note Writer [C: 639 W: 205 N: 43] (1347)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2016-01-31
Categories: Daily Life
Camera: Canon 550D
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Friday theme; Something I cherish [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2016-02-07 4:12
Viewed: 1700
Points: 7
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]
Music of the sixties, out of a Wurlitzer, is something of magic. Not a nostalgic though, because music is always there.
Not perfectly sharp, but in the dark and no flash, 1/8s need a tripod and I have'nt.

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To bobsmith: Thanks !Reflex 1 02-09 07:19
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Thank you for your post, Jean,

Maybe "not perfectly sharp" but it is the best way you could achieve for such a great and "vintage" instrument... It adds something to the mood.
A pity we can't see some thing of the back ground. Did you take it inside a café?
I like it!

Amicalement - Viviane

Olá Jean,
Beautiful reminder of a time that will still be recognized as one of the great turning once a newer but both already made history.
Applauses for entry ..

Hi Jean

The beauty of photography is that we all have different tastes and opinions; no one opinion is right and not one is wrong they are just different. Viviane would like to see more of the background and I think This is good as it is. Personally, I love the vibrancy and cleanness of the image.


C'est une très belle pièce, j'aime ces couleurs et l'atmosphère rétro.
Un beau résultat sans flash et sans trépied (j'en utilise presque jamais, je ne suis pas à l'aise avec ça).
Une entrée musicale pour le thème avec un bel hommage aux années 60.

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