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DETAIL OF A WINDMILL

By dimalexa
Series: My Old B&W Film Creations (For Film Friday)
The time the windmills of Mykonos were real mills and not appartments to let. Here is a detail of the coverage of a functional windmill, as well as the axis with the rays and ropes of the impeller.
Greece, Mykonos - 25/08/1975
Film scanned in scanner: EPSON PERFECTION V200 PHOTO.
Dimitris

[File: 1975-08_MYKONOS_362]


Tags: B&w Windmills Greece Mykonos Aegean Landscape and travel Analog camera Ilford FP4 Film Friday

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Wonderful capture well done Dimitris.
WesternRed.

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bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
15 May 2020 5:50AM
great capture
Daisymaye Plus
11 23 16 Canada
15 May 2020 6:05AM
Thanks for reminding me of Film Friday. This is very good.
franken Plus
17 5.1k 4 United Kingdom
15 May 2020 8:38AM
Interesting!
Alfie_P Plus
13 359 2 United Kingdom
15 May 2020 8:50AM
Wonderful b&w image and composition Dimitris ,very similar to the windmills in La Mancha in Spain the ones that Don Quixote fought.
15 May 2020 9:20AM
Very detailed, Dimitris. I wouldn't wish to put that lot together. Lovely capture.
Mike
15 May 2020 1:26PM
Interesting image
capto Plus
8 6.3k 20 United Kingdom
15 May 2020 3:27PM
The real thing, nice one.Smile
ivor
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
15 May 2020 3:55PM
Perfect crop and composition Dimitris, with mono perfect for this.
Peter
manicam 16 44 1 Canada
15 May 2020 3:57PM
Awesome pattern and composition GrinGrin
Sherman
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
15 May 2020 4:57PM
Excellent photography and such an interesting subject Dimitris...!!
Isabel GrinGrin
JuBarney Plus
9 33 4 United Kingdom
15 May 2020 5:23PM
An intriguing capture which well suits mono
Ju
15 May 2020 6:05PM
Lovely image Dimitris..Lin
16 May 2020 8:07AM
Interesting to see this image taken so long ago, Dimitris. The tight crop/composition, works really well.
Excellent!

JohnSmile

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