I know that woman!
This is sad news indeed. Actually I don't know why I should care what happens to a company, but in this case I do. My first camera (1951) was a Box Brownie. My first 35mm camera (1956) was the gorgeous Retina 1b.(I now have a collection of folding Retinas.) My first colour film was Kodachrome. The excitement of waiting for the little yellow box to turn up in the letter box was almost intolerable. For B&W I used Kodak film. And the tragic irony of it all is that the first working digital camera was created in the Kodak R and D laboratory. How could a company contribute so much to the development of new technology and yet fail to grasp the benefits? It's as though they invented Kodachrome and then gave it away.
Lovely photo and perfect interpretation of the theme.
Marvellous! Well done...
A lovely photo with beautiful tones. Well done -- a deserved first place in a rather difficult category.
Congratulations. A truly beautiful photograph.
This is my favourite. I gave you 5 stars.
Gorgeous! 8th place is ridiculous. What a farce this Challenge has turned out to be.
Yep. The winner. So my mother's aphorism that "cheats never prosper" turns out to be untrue.
Superb in every way. Should have been the winner.
This is a beautiful photograph. I guess that the only reason it didn't rank higher is because it is not funny -- but as a photograph it is the winner.
My first 35mm camera was a Retina Ib -- I still have one. A few years ago I got the urge to buy a 1b like my first, and then I bought a IIIc and you know what that means! I was a collector! Now I have an example of almost every example of the folding Retinas, plus a couple of reflexes. I was never very interested in the fixed front cameras which seemed pretty dull by comparison with the gorgeous folding Retinas.
This is a lovely photo and should have placed much higher.