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    October/November

    Here's two weeks worth. I'm not going to bother to figure out which was from which week.

    These tennis ball sized hickory pods litter the southwest side of the hill. (They eventually turn into wrinkly black balls)

    hickory.jpg

    This stand of birches dominates the northwestern slope at the beginning of the north path up the hill.

    birches.jpg

    This is the shot I followed throughout the year about four years ago. Quite a few of the gang from that era are now missing.

    upnorthpath.jpg

    Looking down the north path from just below the clliff.

    downnorthpath.jpg

    Mature oak at the top of the hill taking the full brunt of the wind

    oak.jpg

    Nice to see the younger generation pitching in with the late fall color.

    littleredoak.jpg

    An even younger contributor

    redtwig.jpg

    Sometimes it seems all I do is point the camera and let the wind fingerpaint on the film plane.

    redbush.jpg

    The yellow forest floor dressed in the low late afternoon November sun.

    yellowhilltop.jpg

    A half hour later with the even lower sun raking the far eastern side of the hill.

    farendofloop.jpg
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    And an unfortunate dragonfly. Not the best angle to the light, but it seemed disrepectful to move it.

    dragonfly.jpg

    All with the Populist. .15mm pinhole 24mm from 24x36mm frame.
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    Sometimes it seems all I do is point the camera and let the wind fingerpaint on the film plane.
    Well said. I like these taken altogether.
    Some photos: Ipernity
    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    Excellent and enjoyable series. Thanks, Nick.
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    Nick:
    The birches picture does it for me. Perhaps because I have long been attracted to birches, perhaps because you shot into the sun. Nice work all around.
    because:
    "a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous, got me?"
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    Your Birches and Down north path really make my day

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    Nice series.

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