As a fellow GRD owner I really like this one Cristian!
Thanks for your comment Duane!I do like how the GRD I renders scenes in b&w and am always impressed how easy it is for me to use it at ISO 1600 where I hesitate to use the GF1 at anything over ISO 640.
I still have my GRD in a drawer at home. I knocked it against a table a year ago, and ever since then the lens doesnt move (stuck out). The camera rattles like a baby toy! I loved my GRD, and that is when I went out and got a GRD3. GRD3 is better in many ways, but GRD B&W was so unique and special.
Sorry to hear your GRD is not working anymore. The GRD III is a better camera in a lot of ways but nothing comes close to the GRD I b&w, this is why I have 3 GRD I cameras at home ;).
I like this shot, Cristi, and I like it a lot. It has so many intriguing elements that come together to create a marvellous B&W image.
Thanks for your comment Calvin!I do like how the GRD captured it, the tones and contrast with the noise.