Sun 27-Jan-13 05:36 AM | edited Wed 23-Jan-13 03:20 PM by elcee
I don't know the real name of this life-size piece; she's one of many wonderful bronze pieces and life-masks scattered on the walls and floors at the inn where we stayed during our week-long vacation in Old San Juan. All art was created by the owner, Jan D'Esopo.
Images like these are examples of high ISO is not to be feared; properly metered, as I accidentally metered this image, exhibit little noise. The only LR processing I did was to crop to 8x10, leaving out foliage above her head.
Few of the 800+ photos we took are worth posting; taken alone, they're just photos. As a whole, they're reminders of a "bucket list" trip.
edited to add exif data: d200 Tamron 28-75 @42mm 1/50 f/9 ISO 800
I've edited my post to include exif data, Derek. Now that Bob says "Indian girl," I'll guess she's Taino, indigenous people of Puerto Rico. Antero, I lucked out then. I've zoomed in, see no noise. Maybe my aging eyes can't detect.