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    Thank you, everyone. Mom is doing well and very, very happy.
    Another from the Portra 400 roll, out for a walk at one week old.
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    XY by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

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    UP by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

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    SCROLL!

    The Bean Chicago by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

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    Room temp developed Portra 400. Thomas putting out bread for his ravens. All gone within a couple of minutes!


    F6, 28/1,4, Portra 400.

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    OM-2n, 80/2, Portra 400, 39º


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    Lucky man Doc.
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    The Zuiko "Noctilux" 50mm/f1.2, on an OM-2n with XP2 @200 in Diafine:


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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Good stuff, Gentlemen! Francis, that's really cute!
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