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Europe Pinholes

Here is our two months in Europe through the eyes of my homemade pinhole camera. Albert Camus’ house, Montpellier, France Grevenburg Castle Ruins, Traben-Trarbach Kaknäs Tower, Stockholm Street in Östermalm, Stockholm City View, Stockholm Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Cattedrale di San Lorenzo, Alba, Italy “House of Knowledge” by Jaume Plensa, Bordeaux Carosel, Place de la Comédie,…

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Backbones in Texas

Here they are! The long awaited photos from our backpacking-camping-backroading-jamming-touristing Texas retreat. The places you see are in Big Bend National Park, Terlingua, TX, and the Hill Country outside of Austin. We backpacked part of this journey as a test of our physical stamina. This included an aggressive hiking itinerary, carrying all of our water…

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Pinhole Photos

I developed some photos today from my first homemade pinhole camera made out of a Bruichladdich scotch tin. The shots below are from a walk in downtown Grand Rapids and a wine pressing session in our backyard vineyard.  I exposed paper negatives through the pinhole–40 seconds to 1 min–and then scanned them into the computer.

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