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    Cold rainy WPPD

    Cold and rainy in Oshkosh on WPPD. Had to make do mostly with interiors

    Nicely lit footstool in the sunroom

    footstool.jpg

    Ran across my old vegetable photographs when Tom restored the forum last week, so tried this.

    cabbage.jpg

    Sarah's art supplies are always interesting

    sarahsupplies.jpg

    It did clear for a while, so some wet lady's mantle

    ladysmantle.jpg

    A crocus just showing itself, several weeks late this year.

    crocus.jpg

    Spenser

    fluffy.jpg

    Dinner

    dinner.jpg

    And my WPPD submission, Sarah bundled up with her iPad.

    sarah.jpg

    All with the Nickon, the second 35mm camera I ever made. .16mm hand drilled pinhole, 35mm from 24x36 frame.
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    Very nice, Nick. I always look forward to your color Populist work. Well done.

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    Beautiful photos Nick. I really like the art supplies, Lady's mantle and Spenser. Rich and wonderful all.
    Sam H.

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    Spenser the cat is my vote. I know, we don't have favorites we love our photo all the same..
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    Really like the vegetable shot. And Spenser too.

    Great use of a rainy WPPD!
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    Great series, Nick. And wise to avoid the risk of hypothermia.
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