Photographer's Note

As a young lad in the 60's photography as we know it today was just opening up. It was the gradual decline of those well known German (built like a tank) camera's and the start of Japanese domination of the market with the introduction of the Pentax. At that time I bought a Russian panoramic camera called a Horezont. With a 28mm lens which traversed through the horezontal plane. It used 35mm film and produced a 24mm x 80mm (approx) image. This is a slightly cropped picture taken in the East end of London when a lot of bomb damaged building were still evident. Some great effects were obtained by panning the camera whist exposing.

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