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by Walter Glover
10 Apr 2021, 23:10
Forum: For Sale/Wanted
Topic: Horseman Folding Binocular Reflex Viewer 4x5 for Sale
Replies: 2
Views: 292

Re: Horseman Folding Binocular Reflex Viewer 4x5 for Sale

Hi Vince,

Is this Bino-Reflex still available? Please let me know with a price.
by Walter Glover
09 Apr 2021, 22:04
Forum: Places
Topic: With, or Without?
Replies: 1
Views: 17

With, or Without?

Lateral & Longitudinal Stockton has plenty of fine 19th Century Oregon timber buildings as a result of a triangle trade which had developed on Schooners with "lumber (as ballast) out to Australia, coal to Hawaii, and sugar to San Francisco. The return cargoes were compact and heavy, thus no...
by Walter Glover
09 Apr 2021, 21:47
Forum: People
Topic: Wooden-Boat Builder
Replies: 2
Views: 41

Re: Wooden-Boat Builder

Thanks Rogan Josh, after a lifetime of acttivity and exposure to visual literacy there too many 'ists' and 'isms' that haven't cosied their way into. my psyche.
by Walter Glover
29 Mar 2021, 23:24
Forum: People
Topic: Wooden-Boat Builder
Replies: 2
Views: 41

Wooden-Boat Builder

BOB GORDON LAVENDER BAY, N.S.W. — 1998 "Build me straight, O worthy Master, Staunch and strong, a goodly vessel, That shall laugh at all disaster, And with wave and whirlwind wrestle!" Bob Gordon, one of the last boatbuilders of wooden boats left in Sydney, built his last boat at the Nept...
by Walter Glover
24 Mar 2021, 10:42
Forum: Things
Topic: Vintage Travelling Gantry Crane
Replies: 2
Views: 46

Re: Vintage Travelling Gantry Crane

And a. more formal ffrontal Trnaissance Perspective view:

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by Walter Glover
24 Mar 2021, 10:38
Forum: Things
Topic: Vintage Travelling Gantry Crane
Replies: 2
Views: 46

Vintage Travelling Gantry Crane

Electricity sub-station, Paddington, N.S.W, is a heritage-listed esubstation built in 1926. It makes a substantial contribution to the character of the streetscape in the paddington area. It has considerable architectural significance on a state level, as the only known example of its kind in the Sy...
by Walter Glover
20 Mar 2021, 15:28
Forum: Things
Topic: Sinaron SE 210mm 1:5.6
Replies: 2
Views: 26

Re: Sinaron SE 210mm 1:5.6

Maris, Sadly perhaps I’ve always been a little too much of a curmudgeon to quite believe any of that public relations babble from either Sinar or Linhof despite aiI the pics. of projected lens charts, trolleys of lenses andd men with biros in white lab coat pockets. I tend to just think that the Apo...
by Walter Glover
19 Mar 2021, 21:32
Forum: Things
Topic: Sinaron SE 210mm 1:5.6
Replies: 2
Views: 26

Sinaron SE 210mm 1:5.6

You are prossibly already aware of this, but check the name plate half way up the stairs' in the full shot and then look at the crop. There has been NO sharpening applied to either image. This is just dry scanning with an el-cheapo Epson 4990 so it's safe to imagine that a better machine with oil-mo...
by Walter Glover
17 Mar 2021, 23:08
Forum: Places
Topic: Last Wheelie-Bin Out Of Point Light
Replies: 1
Views: 45

Last Wheelie-Bin Out Of Point Light

As the heading suggestss, here is Lyndell Undy taking the last of the trash out from the original Point Light at Glebe Point after Gordon & I had spent the day ferrying enlargers. in the back of my Transit across to the new Reservoir Street digs, https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51045058303_a...
by Walter Glover
17 Mar 2021, 22:55
Forum: Things
Topic: Kodak Chloro-Bromide Paper Test
Replies: 2
Views: 33

Re: Kodak Chloro-Bromide Paper Test

Thanks Maris, I quite deliberately pursued motifs somewhat at odds with common expectations fot yhe paper which was a planned successor to Kodak Medalist 'Portrait'. paper, usually the choice for deep, rich-toned renderings. In the days of yore I had been an ardent advocate of Agfa's Portriga-Rapid ...

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