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    Johnsondale Bridges

    The old (single lane now a pedestrian bridge) and the new over the Kern River in Tulare County, CA, USA

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    I like them both, but that first image is really great. Well done.

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    Nice work, Jim!
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    Thanks Joe and Earl for the compliments. Earl, are you still selling the pinholes? I'm converting a stereo camera to pinhole but don't think I can hand make a matching pair of apertures. Jim

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    Beautiful images and the homemade pinholes look perfect, there very crisp and detailed.
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    I like both too, can't even pick which one is my favorite. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim.Steel View Post
    Thanks Joe and Earl for the compliments. Earl, are you still selling the pinholes? I'm converting a stereo camera to pinhole but don't think I can hand make a matching pair of apertures. Jim
    I still sell the full set at one buck American each, plus five bucks per order S&H. Send me a pm.
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    These are both wonderful pictures.
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    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    Very nice. I think I prefer the second, the reflection is so crisp and well framed. Great job on your pinholes as Shane said, very sharp and detailed.

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    Thanks Ned and Jimmy. The framing, well that's BGBG.

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