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    Back to work on the Cape

    Well, my birthday present from my wife was a box of Ilford FP4+. Now we're in the midst of a week at her family's homestead in S. Dennis, and I've been taking the 4x5 out regularly. I'm fired up, there are pictures everywhere, and I'm working every day. We are even going to print photo postcards (from negatives I brought with us). Of course, there's the beach, sailing, seafood, and house projects too, plus a couple of dogs, but I'm happy to be back at work... haven't had this much fun photographing since we were in New Mexico in '12. Perhaps I'll post some pictures when they're finished.

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    Re: Back to work on the Cape

    Which cape ?

    Here's a list of some well-known capes.

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    Re: Back to work on the Cape

    My guess is South Dennis on Cape Cod.

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    Re: Back to work on the Cape

    I suspect Ken was fully aware of Cape Cod, seeing as he's a Masschusetts resident. Perhaps this was his gentle way of suggesting that others on this international forum may not be as familiar with this traffic-clogged (in summer) pile of sand.

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    Re: Back to work on the Cape

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Goldstein View Post
    I suspect Ken was fully aware of Cape Cod, seeing as he's a Masschusetts resident. Perhaps this was his gentle way of suggesting that others on this international forum may not be as familiar with this traffic-clogged (in summer) pile of sand.
    Yes, I understood that. However, at the other end of the continent, it took me about 30 seconds with Google to figure out which cape Mark was referring to. International readers ought be able to do the same.

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    Re: Back to work on the Cape

    Some of those "other" capes look pretty nice - nice enough to consider as LF retirement or vacation locations.

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    Re: Back to work on the Cape

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Goldstein View Post
    I suspect Ken was fully aware of Cape Cod, seeing as he's a Masschusetts resident. Perhaps this was his gentle way of suggesting that others on this international forum may not be as familiar with this traffic-clogged (in summer) pile of sand.
    Which traffic-clogged pile of sand?

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    Re: Back to work on the Cape

    Indeed it *was* Cape Cod. I avoided the traffic clogs, if not the sand, and have now made it back to home and easy internet access. Lots of film exposed, stories and pictures to follow.

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