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    Wow, that's quite something, Michael.
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    I agree!
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    Wow, indeed.

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    I go for 'wow' as well!

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    Holly smokes! Amazing.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Another one taken around the same time. I initially wasn't very impressed with what I had, but upon reviewing the images over a year later, I was able to find a couple I really liked.


    Burning Coast II by Michael Schomer, on Flickr

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    Very cool photos Michael; I like the energy in the water in the 2nd photo, and I always like having the sun in photos.

    Below is partly inspired by one of my photography heroes, Aaron Siskind. He photographed at the fishing docks in Gloucester MA with various nautical-industrial objects to make abstract photos in B&W. I've long thought it would be fun to go find his tripod holes, but in reality, the cool photos come to me without much travel. I just have to have my eyes open.

    I was on a job yesterday, hopping off a boat at the dock and saw this. I hopped back on the boat and made a cell phone photo, then wondered why I did not see the photo when I was getting on the boat earlier. There was a lot of working going on and people coming and going, so I did not have an opportunity to employ a medium or big sized camera for this. Maybe another day I'll be invited back for more work and it will be quieter and conditions might align for a variation of this with another camera.


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    I was thinking Hawaii, and I see once I clicked through to the Flickr image, I was correct. Very cool - I had a friend who was doing a series of oil paintings there during the eruption. I thought it would be really neat to photograph.

    Early morning in Greenville, SC
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    Afternoon Light on the Chattooga River Trail



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    King's Creek Falls



    Made some 4x5 images of the above, but haven't developed them yet. Too busy. Maybe tonight.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by mijosc View Post
    Another one taken around the same time. I initially wasn't very impressed with what I had, but upon reviewing the images over a year later, I was able to find a couple I really liked.


    Burning Coast II by Michael Schomer, on Flickr
    Great sense of drama, well done.

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