I came across this old barn on Saltspring Island which has an interesting combination of wood, brick and stone. It makes an interesting detailed shot of the various materials working together to keep the barn standing.
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I don’t even remember where I took this photo but I know it was in Europe in 1992 and it was taken with Kodak ISO 3200 black and white film. It’s not too grainy considering the low light, fast film, and scanned negative.
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While eating lunch while taking a course at Montgomery Park in Portland Oregon I took photographs the first couple of days. That is until Security told me that I was no longer to take photographs anywhere in or around the building in case I was planning a terrorist attack. I really think we all need to lighten up a bit.
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This is a photo of the freshly painted stalls at the Kelowna Riding Club in the spring.
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This photo I took in Europe back in 1991 but I don’t even remember what country it was in. I think it was in France. I guess it’s more about the person than about the location anyway.
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This shot of the Mukilteo Lighthouse is from the waterside looking back towards the town. The morning fog was just lifting to reveal the sun which made for some very unique lighting.
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If you are ever in Washington near Everett, make sure that you visit Mukilteo and Whidbey Island.
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This one was also taken in Puerto Vallarta at our hotel while I was waiting for my wife to email the kids. I never mind waiting when I have my camera along. That’s when I often find stuff to shoot.
Not much to this photograph. I just liked the way the sun was falling across the door and the fact that one rarely sees this color.
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This is a tighter in shot of the Greenwood Firehall taken, I am assuming, after a fresh coat of bright red paint.
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This is a very old shot I took in Pisa, Italy at night. The exposure, if my memory serves me correctly, was close to a minute. Although the sky looked pretty much black to me, the film picked up the true color of the sky if our eyes were more sensitive.
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