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March 29th, 2015 Permalink

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Canada

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March 22nd, 2015 Permalink

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Spring is here

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March 15th, 2015 Permalink

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Need to Catch Up

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March 2nd, 2015 Permalink

I really need to start working on my backlog of film developing. The pile is getting too big.

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I really need to start working on my backlog of film developing. The pile is getting too big.

Let the fun begin

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February 17th, 2015 Permalink

Off to Bangladesh, the important stuff is packed.

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Off to Bangladesh, the important stuff is packed.

Last year in Canada

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February 15th, 2015 Permalink

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Flowers and a Friend

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Mountain View

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January 27th, 2015 Permalink

I love mountains. I think it started from all of the road trips as a kid. We’d always seem to head to BC for our family vacations. Living in Beijing is as close to the mountains as I have ever lived. A couple hours on a bus and I can be deep in the mountains. […]

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I love mountains. I think it started from all of the road trips as a kid. We’d always seem to head to BC for our family vacations. Living in Beijing is as close to the mountains as I have ever lived. A couple hours on a bus and I can be deep in the mountains. Sure they are not as impressive as the Rockies, but I take what I can get.

Love Large Format

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January 22nd, 2015 Permalink

I love my 4×5 camera. It is a pain to use. It is slow. It is not that sturdy. It is by no means a pretty camera. But all the same, I love to use it. Seeing big 4×5 negatives is really cool. Some days I want to step up to 8×10 to see if […]

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I love my 4×5 camera. It is a pain to use. It is slow. It is not that sturdy. It is by no means a pretty camera. But all the same, I love to use it. Seeing big 4×5 negatives is really cool. Some days I want to step up to 8×10 to see if it gives me 4 times the awe that 4×5 does, but the cost and extra effort seem a bit too much at this point. Maybe one day, but for now, I am happy with my Japanese wooden camera.

A quick one

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January 5th, 2015 Permalink

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