The gilded window screen at St Vitus' southern tower (J. Schmidthammer, 1568-1573).
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Magnificent detail and very beautiful in black and white.
The detail is astonishing.
12 Oct 2010 5:28am
@Phil D. Morris: Black and White saved my day. :-)
The contrast and sharpness here make me feel we are seeing this like never before . . almost forensic.
12 Oct 2010 6:18am
@Ronnie 2¢: This makes me smile - the forensic photography of Mad Scientist. :-D
Great detail, and love the processing.
12 Oct 2010 2:32pm
@Andrea: Many thanks, Andrea!
fantastically detailed MS...how did it look in colour?
12 Oct 2010 4:46pm
@Ted: Golden! But it was a rather dull day and contrast was meagre.
13 Oct 2010 12:39am
@Jen: And big: 10m huge at least.
What ornate filigree that you've captured here! Really stands out against the stone.
13 Oct 2010 3:09am
@Steven: Only through B/W: the original shot looks much more flat.
Excellent processing! I think you gave new life to the walls and the filigreed window!
13 Oct 2010 3:55am
@Japanalia: I had to - it was a cloudy day and contrasts were lousy! :-)
Great capture. Strong image.
13 Oct 2010 4:20am
@Two Shoot: Thank you very much, Two Shoot!
Beautiful contrast, the BW goes very well on those old stones.
16 Oct 2010 7:03am
@akarui: Thanks a lot, Olivier!
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