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  1. #111

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Just wanted to let you know that I've thoroughly enjoyed your posts and photographs. Please keep 'em both coming.
    Brian Ellis
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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    +1 - It would make a fascinating journal.

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Currently in the darkroom running the 100 sheets of film I shot. Tap water is 98 out of the cold side so I am leaving a deep hypo tank tray full of water and icing down a 2 1/2 gallon bucket. I can hit Xtol at 68F all the way through the wash for about three 8-sheet tray runs at a time.

    There is always a little more at: http://robertlangham.blogspot.com/

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Film done. A relief but always sad to see it all out of the box. Proofing next. Everything looks pretty good, film holders nice and tight, just a couple that have flaws -like slide used to shade the lens in the corner on one, a blank. Not much else. Nice negs. Can't wait to get into the proofing, even with hot water. Should be thinking more dyptics and tryptics.

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ID:	99585 Little Anasazi rockwork up in the Climber's Cave. I actually tracked folks up there from the parking area. Unusual to see fresh sign of others.

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ID:	99586 Plastic tablecloth up on the fence in the wind near town.

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Robert, I can readily imagine Werner Herzog making a documentary trip with you to Shiprock.

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    This is a fairly typical example of a personal shrine. We didn't touch it, though it was in a high-traffic area.

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    Shrine, Shiprock, 2013.

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Almost finished proofing.

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ID:	99638 Northeast Dike.

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ID:	99639 Finally got an overcast day on the Dot.

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ID:	99640 Afternoon light from the boulderfield on the East face.

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ID:	99641 Dawn on West Dike.

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Those bottom 2 are very nice.
    Thanks,
    Kirk

    at age 70:
    "The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
    But I have promises to keep,
    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep"

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Thanks Kirk. Got an inch thick stack of proofs and not quite finished. Going through them with cropping bars searching....Most all of them are well-behaved. Picking a few to go in little 5X7 mats on the print rail to see how they do over a weeks time. Work and work.

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ID:	99673 Lightning man.

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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Cottonwood trees in the Dance Floor near Shiprock. iphone copy off negative proof. I'll print in the fall when the water temps fall, god willing.

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    Lot of black, nearly fresh cow pattie tossing out of this image.....once I got started I didn't stop until it was nearly clear. The branches on the left up against the trunk? Uh huh. The little white limb out in the mid-right....yep. Got a version with no filter and a version with blue filter. Going to contact them both on better paper and learn something.

    If you aren't willing to toss cow patties, you might not be passionate enough about photography.

    My buddy was beating around and ran a Great Horned Owl out of the treetops.

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