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I also vote for ALL. :nodhead:

I think 1 and 5 might have the most general "art" appeal to strangers.

I'd pick the lamb for myself though and it definitely is the cutest.

But I honestly think  each could appeal to different people.

 

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Ducks, lamb, cascade, eagle, deer. The geese are beautiful, but some of them have hidden heads. 
 

Wait! There’s no cascade…it’s light on stone. And a waterfall tucked into the cliff. Lovely! 

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I like the lighting on the lambs and the leading lines in the landscape.

What really impressed me was 6x6. It is not often that you see telephoto on medium format as a 'long' 200mm lens is about a 135 equivalent.

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2 minutes ago, Tizeye said:

I like the lighting on the lambs and the leading lines in the landscape.

What really impressed me was 6x6. It is not often that you see telephoto on medium format as a 'long' 200mm lens is about a 135 equivalent.

They sometimes have a sale right before Christmas with paintings and some photographs in 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, or 12x12 format. Thus, I have to search my files for images that will fit the chosen format. Price is $16, $36, $64, and $144 with 1/2 going to the artist and 1/2 to the museum. This year they are doing 6x6 and 8x8.

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9 minutes ago, sheep_herder said:

They sometimes have a sale right before Christmas with paintings and some photographs in 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, or 12x12 format. Thus, I have to search my files for images that will fit the chosen format. Price is $16, $36, $64, and $144 with 1/2 going to the artist and 1/2 to the museum. This year they are doing 6x6 and 8x8.

Ah, OK. It was a 1x1 square crop and not medium format. With my recent foray back into B&W film development, I am so tempted to sell my two Canon film bodies and three FD lens and take it to the next level. Have you seen the prices of vintage Bronica (around $1000) and Hasselblads (around $2000) basic camera/lens kit? Besides, for the niche film sessions, could easily handle 12 where 24 or 36 makes it a chore to complete to be processed.

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