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Peace on Earth

Peace on Earth

This statue and fountain at the music center in downtown LA has always fascinated me. It's called "Peace on Earth" and was created by Jacques Lipchitz in the 1960's. In one of the photos I tried to capture City Hall in the background. This summer the city will be opening Grand Park which will go from the music center to City Hall. It should present some great Lomo opportunities! ;-)

trw This photo was shot on film. Taken by trw with a Holga 120 N loaded with Fujichrome 64T film in Los Angeles, United States. These tags describe this photo: tungsten, expired, holga, los, angeles, la, trw, e-6, summer, church, and angels. Date: 2012-06-25. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Calling All Angels.

6 comments

  1. sierravictor

    sierravictor

    You're right, some very nice blue tones in these pictures.

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  2. trw

    trw

    @sierravictor Thanks!

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  3. grazie

    grazie

    Oooh I went here and took a bw sprocket!!! on my way to the Cathedral where I parked ( so bad....)

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  4. pipfreak

    pipfreak

    Beautiful blues

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  5. trw

    trw

    @pipfreak Thanks! I think tungsten taken in sunlight and processed E-6 often gives some nice blue tones.

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  6. pipfreak

    pipfreak

    @trw I have my first tungsten to develop - taken mainly in sunlight. Would you E6 or C41? Any ideas what couors would I get with C41? Thanks

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