maandag 21 maart 2016

Sorry can't get enough of it

And then to think that I didn't printed these photo's of the flea market in Amsterdam in 1967 because I found them boring and not interesting . All the old houses made place for the new town hall. So after 48 years I see them again. 
Everything was laying on the street and nearly no market stalls.
I think this must have been a protection for red glowing stoves. Where are they now?
Yes everything was for trade.

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  1. Fascinating "stoves", but I can't quite figure out how they would have worked.

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    1. I have also a bit trouble with it but I think the real ones must have been inside.

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  2. I love looking at old photos! Keep 'em coming.

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  3. Wat heerlijk om die oude sfeer terug te zien in je foto's! Altijd een plezier om je website te bezoeken.

    Groeten uit Sneek,
    Gert Jan
    www.gertjanhermus.nl


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  4. Mooie zwart-wit sfeerbeelden. Leuk schaduwspel in laatste foto.
    Groeten

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  5. These photos certainly are not boring or uninteresting today. I hope you have many more to show. VW buses were popular back then. Highly collectible today.

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  6. En ook nu is alles nog steeds 'handel', tweedehands spullen zijn populairder dan ooit. Leuk om de sfeer in de foto's terug te vinden.

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  7. Great to browse at a flea market! Hope you will link one of these photos to SEASONS. From my investigations you had difficulty last time to link because of a momentarily weak internet connection, due to the weather here in the mountains.
    Still hope you will try again this week (link is open Monday - Wednesday till 7pm, US Pacific time), and be a part -it is greatly appreciated, because I really like your photography!

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  8. Wow!!there you go!!amazing shoots SC!!what camera did you use here?love these retro shoots cant get enough of it

    We want more !!We want more!!

    Big hug to you:)))

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    1. I had a Yashica D 6x6 then paid by work I did as student in the holidays by a local paper. Later I changed it for a Rolleicord but when I started working in 1969 by an architects office I changed all that for a pentax Spotmatic. I needed a wide angle lens and that was not possible with those 6x6 camera,s on those days. After that I lost count of all the camera,s I used

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    2. thank you SC!!Never heard of those cameras but they seems very nice:))

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    3. thank you SC!!Never heard of those cameras but they seems very nice:))

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  9. Great captures. I'm happy you kept them all this time! Very interesting today :)

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  10. I love your old photos, they're a great look back to a very different time.

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  11. I love the patterns in the pavement/street - very neat.
    The hats caught my eye too.
    Good ones, SC!
    Peace :)

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