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    Apple Tree & Water droplet

    Made with my Harman-Titan 4x5 pinhole camera.
    Film: Acros 100 sheet film
    Francis King Park, Saanich, BC
    Amidst the tall cedars and other lush vegetation was this solitary yet droopy wild apple tree.
    It stood out and so I photographed it with my Toyo and Pinhole cameras.
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    John 8:12, Follow the LIGHT
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    I like it, Bob, it captures that dreary Pacific Northwest winter feel.
    because:
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    Nice work, Bob.
    So unusual that the tree held its apples until now?
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    Very good shot. It's much easier to separate objects in the foreground from the background with a lens.
    -_- Best wishes from Switzerland, René -_- my photos on flickr

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