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    centaur, sphinxes, and misc. bronze

    more ringling sculpture. d50.

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    I'm jealous of your ability to snap off pinhole shots without the need to develop film! instant gratification!

    These make a nice series, but the first is may favourite.

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    centaur, sphinxes, and misc. bronze

    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel531
    I'm jealous of your ability to snap off pinhole shots without the need to develop film! instant gratification!

    These make a nice series, but the first is may favourite.
    thanks- i work that advantage for all it is worth, taking too many images and then having to process and store them. but the appeal of slowing down, concentrating on a few images, and the magic moment of getting to see the negs should be treasured, too. film still calls to me.

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    centaur, sphinxes, and misc. bronze

    Cowboy photography energetic

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    centaur, sphinxes, and misc. bronze

    How strange, I hardly ever see pinhole images here of things that I've actually seen in real life! I went to the Ringling Museum in February, but it was too chilly and windy to spend too much time in the sculpture gardens. It's great to see them now close-up, through different eyes.

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    centaur, sphinxes, and misc. bronze

    popscratch, there are lots of recent posts from there lately- see "captive putto" and "hera today" in color, eg. cool place for such a small town.

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    centaur, sphinxes, and misc. bronze

    These work very well as a series - together they make a stronger statement.

    Very fine.

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