Printers have not always been made out of plastic


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A mnachine that I see as a kind of industrila art. This was a former printing machine that is still working. I like the color ranges those old machines provide - and the range of structures, shapes and smells (I will also upload more portraits but I think, itis a bit more interesting not to get the comlete series in one sequence)
26/12/2010 - 16:22AxelLuther
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Rees

Link Posted 26/12/2010 - 18:20
The definition in this photograph as viewed on my monitor is excellent. In my opinion, this would possibly make a good Black & White photograph, portraying a bygone era, but then I am biased to black & White photography - Well taken.
Not everything in life is Black & White, If only it were!
Kind Regards,
Rees

bwlchmawr

Link Posted 26/12/2010 - 18:40
Great sharp shot, Axel. I love machines like this. I reckon Germany's and England's industrial revolutions flowed almost in unison. Until the last forty years, of course, when we stopped making anything!
Best wishes,

Andrew

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GIULIO57

Link Posted 26/12/2010 - 19:16
Good photo. Where is Guthemberg??I'm joking!!
PPG
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