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Old Oct 30, 2013, 10:25 PM   #1
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Default Some B&W from the E3 and E5

Tomorrow is Halloween and I just processed again to B&W some pictures from the Calvary Cemetery in Brooklyn that has some scary look

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2. E5



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Old Oct 31, 2013, 1:08 PM   #2
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Fun stuff to enjoy but mostly excellent photography to admire. I like them all.

Lotsa Irish names out there.
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....I see the 'Brennan' clan stone in the last photo

I like all these Marcelo and agree with Ken on the admiration & fun images.
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Cool! Numbers 1 and 3 are my favorites. The only thing missing from that first shot is a full moon rising.
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Excellent shots Marcelo. Those all work in B&W and the compositions are spot-on. Well done.
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Really nice, you have a great eye for composition, and the old "vintage" equipment

does the job admirably well.

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Hey Marcelo

Thanks for posting those...some very fine shots.. I can't add any more to what the guys have already stated!
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Fun stuff to enjoy but mostly excellent photography to admire. I like them all.

Lotsa Irish names out there.
Hi Ken,

I'm glad you like it, there is a lot of Irish and Italians names. I found one of a gentleman who died in 1923 and hes name was Silvester Stallone

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I like all these Marcelo and agree with Ken on the admiration & fun images.
Thank you Bob, I'm glad you like it.

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Cool! Numbers 1 and 3 are my favorites. The only thing missing from that first shot is a full moon rising.
Thank you Greg, with that deep black sky a full moon rising will put a great note to the picture.

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Excellent shots Marcelo. Those all work in B&W and the compositions are spot-on. Well done.
Thank you Steven.

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Really nice, you have a great eye for composition, and the old "vintage" equipment

does the job admirably well.

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Thank you Leeston for the kind words.

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Hey Marcelo

Thanks for posting those...some very fine shots.. I can't add any more to what the guys have already stated!
Thank you Harj for the feedback.

Have a great weekend everyone.

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Ya know, I had a feeling that SS has been embalmed and brought back for some of his latest movies.

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I think some of those punches he absorbed in the Rocky films were real, and they've taken a toll.
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