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Frank Walsh
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ACROSS FROM THE CHURCH

While waiting for clients to show up for a scheduled shoot (I was early) I was only a mile away from this old beauty! 

Sony A7r + Canon FD 28/2.8 + GND filters.

Best viewed on a calibrated display and colour managed web browser.

Better view:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/thereal7/16753030804/

Comments & SHARES greatly appreciated!

Enjoy!

#artographer #scottkroekerphotography 
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Very nice I like et
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Another message right on target. Though there is certainly nothing wrong with looking forward while focusing in the now.
 
TODAY'S LEADERSHIP REFLECTION: DIFFERENT QUESTIONS

In pursuit of excellence we mostly focus on seeking the right answers. I believe a better method is to focus on the right questions. If we focus on the right questions and force ourselves to wrestle with the imbedded truth, then, and only then, can we appropriate truth for ourselves.

Not only do we need to seek the right questions, we need a different set of questions. What does life ask of me? What problem am I asked to deal... with? What are my own unique conditions asking me to do? Instead of focusing on what will someday make us successful or happy, leaders need to ask questions placing them squarely in the here and now, and squarely confronting challenges and opportunities of this time and place.

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Thank you Frank! Glad you enjoyed this one too.
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Winter seems to finally be over, thankfully. This was taken just a few short weeks ago after one of the last storms.

This is a private footbridge in the middle of the woods over a small creek. Very rarely used even in good weather so it was still pristine in the snow. The sun position made a nice pattern of lines I thought was attractive.

Yashica GSN - Kentmere 400
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Processed with Adorama developer for 10.75 minutes
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Good advice
 
In a crash, how you carry your gear can make a huge difference. Pack wisely to save your spine http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2vm83
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Old school shot of an old school theater. The Roxy in Northampton, PA

Another image from the Yeshica GSN and the roll I just processed.

Kentmere 400 - Exposure not recorded - processed with Adorama developer

I ordered a new set of seals for this camera. Some of the negatives show signs of light leaks and the seals are pretty crumbly on an otherwise perfect camera.
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First image from my recent return to film developing.

Yashica GSN - Kentmere 400 - Exposure not recorded.
Processed in Adorama house brand developer for 10.75 minutes.
Scanned on Epson V100.

I'm very happy with the density of these negatives and the quality of the images from the film. The grain is finer than I remember from Tri-X and the tonal range is really nice.
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Too cool!
 
This looks like a bike we'd really struggle with - but what a great video Destin - bikes, engineering and science all rolled in to one!

A more common problem of something cycling-related being almost hard-wired that we've come across though is brakes being switched - the front brake lever is on the right in the UK and the left in the US and Europe. This is fine until you're riding a borrowed bike and have to stop suddenly...
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Winter seems to finally be over, thankfully. This was taken just a few short weeks ago after one of the last storms.

This is a private footbridge in the middle of the woods over a small creek. Very rarely used even in good weather so it was still pristine in the snow. The sun position made a nice pattern of lines I thought was attractive.

Yashica GSN - Kentmere 400
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Processed with Adorama developer for 10.75 minutes
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Nice rollover at Lake Nockamixon MTB trails. Yes, it was fun :-)
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Of course it depends on your ride preferences +Nathan.

If you like rocky, highly technical riding then Nox is NOT for you. Similarly it is not for shuttle downhill riders.

If you like speed and flow, rolling up and down, then it is definitely worth the drive! Along the trail there are a number of log rides and large roll-overs if you want to challenge yourself more technically. There is one rock garden area, but it is probably less than half a mile long and then there is another short one that is only a couple of hundred yards. The rest is dirt, some roots. It is quite fast, but there aren't really any steep descents. Climbs are also short and mostly painless.

Don't plan on riding within a few days of any heavy rain. Nox does not drain well and can turn into a mud hole.

It's only a 25 minute drive for me and it is one of my favorite places to ride.
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Great image of a great scene.
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Fantastic Picture
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First image from my recent return to film developing.

Yashica GSN - Kentmere 400 - Exposure not recorded.
Processed in Adorama house brand developer for 10.75 minutes.
Scanned on Epson V100.

I'm very happy with the density of these negatives and the quality of the images from the film. The grain is finer than I remember from Tri-X and the tonal range is really nice.
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Engineer - Engineering manager
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  • FLSmidth
    Engineer - Engineering manager, present
  • Gilbert Commonwealth
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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania - Rocky Mt, NC - Panama City, FL - Mertztown, PA - Bethlehem, PA - Tulsa, OK - York Haven, PA
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Father, husband, Engineer, Former race car driver, photographer, cyclist, astronomer, geek.
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    Engineering, 1988
  • Red Land HS
    1982
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A wonderful little hotel in one of the best neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Rooms are small and simple, clean and comfortable. The hotel is beautifully decorated with a modern feel. Amenities of the hotel are minimal, but in this neighborhood that is a non issue. Breakfast was fresh and delicious and the staff was always ready to cheerfully serve. I read some complaints about noise from the surrounding restaurants and clubs, but I can honestly say it was a non issue in my room (situated near the middle of the building but with a window). My single complaint? WIFI is free but disconnects every time your device sleeps. Annoying but certainly not a deal breaker. No doubt I would stay here if I visit Buenos Aires again.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This place is crazy, let's just get that out of the way. Always a long wait on the phone, in person, whatever. Nevertheless, they are experts and they stand behind their work and the parts they sell. If it is VW related they either have it or can get it.
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