Like crocus that bloom in the closing grey days of winter, this storefront window on treeless West 22nd Street in Manhattan is a spring flower against the grey canyons of NYC. To make things interesting, the weather report called for rain at around 6pm. It started to rain at exactly 6pm as I finished my final exposure.
Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.
RoundShot 220VR and 15mm Rectilinear Lens with Fujichrome Provia 100F, Exposure 1/4 second @f/4, Film scanned on Hell 3900, Original Resolution before scaling:10,000 px wide by 5000 px high, Retouched with Photoshop CS and Color Mechanic Pro 1.1b, VR authored with QTVRAS 1.01 (still the best)
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