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B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 5: Dairy Ice Cream

Actually shot more in the Summer on a busy Saturday at Whitby Abbey, somehow holds a slight “December” feel. This is my last “Post a B&W photo each day for five days and nominate a new soul each day to do the

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B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 3: Show me your willy

Dungeness is a unique environment created from eroded material from the last ice age and is classed as a ‘desert’ . It is also the largest single land mass in Europe that is completely covered in photographers.  Steve Mepsted, included

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B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 1: Fortune Cookie

Day 1 of my Facebook B&W challenge. My friend from years ago Wendy Ashton kindly nominated me. She is now in back in California, but was an occasional assistant for me years ago. I can’t find a link to a website for

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Minus 16 in Tallinn

Just back from an amazing week teaching students in Tallinn, Estonia. Mainly studio sessions, and a very full week of teaching, so I did not get a huge amount of time to be outside getting pictures for myself, especially since

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Capitalism can fuck off

It is nice to be able to have my Horizont back! This Soviet camera made in 1969 is a beautiful swing lens machine (sometimes called a turret camera) which makes it possible to shoot in a confined space, such as

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