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    holograms

    at sf moma.

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    Re: holograms

    Very lever. I like them.

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    Re: holograms

    thanks, will. here's one i like from inside the museum.

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    Re: holograms

    Lovely photos Wayne, the rich colours make them work so well.
    I was reminded , the 3rd pic , of Harry Worth ( who the older english folk may remember)
    and I did have a funny story in my youth involving Harry Worths cut outs... We filled a
    garden up with life size cardboard Harry Worths for a November 5th party.
    "I ruined my health by drinking to everyone else's." Brendan Behan
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    Re: holograms

    nteresting, paul. i lived in sf for about seven years and graduated from sf state. so whenever i go back i feel like a ghost! here's a fantasy from the museum window.

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    ps. the moma site: www.sfmoma.org they've a very strong emphasis on photography.
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    Re: holograms

    Marvelous fantasy shot, Wayne, wow! Brings Fritz Lang's 'Metropolis' to mind. Captured with a DP-1, I presume?
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    hi osman,
    yes, dp1. in my student days none of these buildings existed. and the museum itself a product of 'metropolis'.

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    Re: holograms

    ps. i've posted a few more. most fun as a slideshow. (and quicker)

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