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    Wouldn't that be cool? You'd have to be Amish to rock that these days.

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      Allright AdC, I love your b&w works - i'm now digging out my old black and white darkroom prints for scanning. Get ready for some 90's rural Alaska!

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        Walrus carcass - Unalakleet beach.

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          Spring ice - Norton Sound - Unalakleet, Alaska

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            Oh my God, this thread is blowing my mind now, from all of you.

            I really must dig around for some average old snaps!

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              Yes!

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                Excellent CA! I always love seeing pictures of Arctic light. That and Saharan dunes offer some brilliant tonal opportunities.

                BTW Did the walrus carcass reek? I've passed through a colony of live ones and the stench was unbelievable, I'd assume a dead one would be worse.

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                  Very much reeked. We walked by it for a number of days (weeks?) to where I finally got out the FM2 and decided to take some snaps.

                  Get ready for more death.

                  Surprised that my all-in-one cheap HP printer/scanner is doing a decent job of reproduction.

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                    The next three are all high school student shots from one of my work/study classes:



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                          Not as cool as AdC's sardines, but this was a very common sight during the fall about anywhere near rivers in Alaska.



                          For you salmon aficionados, this is a sliver (coho) salmon.

                          More later...
                          Last edited by Cal Alamein; 25-03-2020, 02:06.

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                            Excellent stuff, CA.

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                              Not sure how these will come out but they are from Sarlat-la-Canéda, Dordogne, taken during Italia ‘90:


                              Last edited by Sits; 25-03-2020, 09:02.

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                                Last edited by Sits; 25-03-2020, 09:01.

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                                  For the record, those are blurry, not grainy.

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                                    Originally posted by Sits View Post
                                    I like this.

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                                      Thanks! I’m in esteemed company these last few pages.

                                      I’ve replaced them with versions saved on imgur which may be marginally clearer, if bigger.

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                                        Cool shots Sits!

                                        Graveyard - Gambell, Alaska

                                        Gambell sits on the end of St. Lawrence Island. There's no decent place to bury the dead so they bring caskets all over a nearby rocky hill. At the time I climbed up there one could see caskets w/ the top blown off and the remains of the bodies visible to all. It doesn't help that Gambell is one of the windiest villages in all of Alaska.



                                        Graveyard - Golovin, Alaska

                                        Golovin is a small village on the Seward Peninsula. The graveyard is not too far from the town. Graves are dug in the tundra.

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                                          One of my local closed down clothes shops today.

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                                              This morning's child entertainment activity (they drew round the shadows with pens).

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                                                The clothing store windows are so sad, but do reflect a commendable attitude. As the cliché goes, we'll see the best and worst in people over the coming weeks and months.

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                                                  Lovely graves CA, and Balders the shadow drawing is a great idea. We had the same lion btw.

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