Aram : I felt like still a little boy when standing there - not as massive or
bulky as a US viewer would expect them to be - we’ve seen higher, larger, etc.
And yet, there for thousands of years, and hand made …
On another plane; they are harder to shoot than anything else. They are by
themselves nearly perfect geometries, but take a lens and four or five pyramids
and suddenly, the parallels … the verticals … that’s why this one is a
mid-range 15 or so shots pano
Douglas : The crowds were only starting to gather after the rain - I said it,
we were lucky - the camel and mehari is the cherry on, wait, at the bottom ;-)
> Le 7 mars 2020 à 16:36, Aram Langhans <leica_r8@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> Way cool lighting. I am surprised at the lack of people. Just one little
> group. I guess I just assumed the place was always crawling with people.
> They also appear smaller than has been my impression from seeing them for
> years in photos. What was your impression standing there compared to your
> preconceived ideas?
> From: Philippe <>
> Sent: Saturday, March 07, 2020 7:09 AM
> To: Leica Users Group <> ; Leica Reflex <> ; Olympus Camera Discussion <>
> Subject: [LRflex] PANO : Giza pyramids
> Started processing my catch from Egpyt - here’s a pano shot on a lucky day as
> it had (heavily) rained the day before.
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