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Beautiful: Forgotten Obelisk

I love the word “obelisk.” It has a beautiful flow to it, and it describes only one thing. When I say it, especially as I think about it in obsessive depth as for a blog post, the beginning “oh” lasts … Continue reading

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Lesson: Broken Fence

I don’t often go crazy in image processing, but this one demanded a lot of work. Had I been shooting film, I’d have wanted something like Bergger 200 or Fomapan 400, and I would have developed it in heavily-diluted Rodinal … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: The Wind

Hiking in the Tatras Mountains, I was blown away by the devastation that wind can cause amongst evergreen trees. In the cycle of life, it’s just a thing – the blown over trees lose their lives, but their rotting carcasses … Continue reading

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Waterfall in the Forest, Jorethang, India

© 2010 Brian H Neely This week’s theme is a week at the Glenburn Tea Estate near Darjeeling, India. I took both a digital camera and my favorite machine, a Hasselblad 501CM, simply the best rollfilm camera ever made (yes, … Continue reading

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The Old Forest, Athens, Greece

Another from the archives. December, 2009, my friend Brad let me borrow his IR-enabled camera, and in the park around the corner from my apartment, I found the Old Forest. I'm certain Tom Bombadil was lurking around the corner.

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