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John Fujimagari
Attended Mount Royal College
Lives in Carstairs, Alberta
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  Another image from the archive, this was taken on a morning photo shoot with my brother in law Richard at Kathryn Albertson Park, in Boise, Idaho. The early light was exceptional and the backlighting opportunities were everywhere. In the best light…
  Another image from the archive, this was taken on a morning photo shoot with my brother in law Richard at Kathryn Albertson Park, in Boise, Idaho. The early light was exceptional and the bac...
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  The GMC Suburban Carrier and it’s sister the Chevrolet Cameo Carrier pickup truck were revolutionary in their time. They were one of the first to have full length styling to the back of the pickup box. The car type rear taillights were quite the…
  The GMC Suburban Carrier and it’s sister the Chevrolet Cameo Carrier pickup truck were revolutionary in their time. They were one of the first to have full length styling to the back of the ...
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  El Camino, Spanish for “the way”, Chevrolet’s car-truck speaks of the open road. Based on the Chevy Chevelle, the El Camino is mostly a two door Chevelle minus a back seat and trunk, replaced with a pickup box. Introduced in 1959 to compete with the…
  El Camino, Spanish for “the way”, Chevrolet’s car-truck speaks of the open road. Based on the Chevy Chevelle, the El Camino is mostly a two door Chevelle minus a back seat and trunk, replace...
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  From 1924 to 1940, if you bought an annual National Park permit, you received a badge to attach to your radiator or later to the top of you license. The emblems alternated between brass, copper and aluminum making it easier to differentiate current…
  From 1924 to 1940, if you bought an annual National Park permit, you received a badge to attach to your radiator or later to the top of you license. The emblems alternated between brass, cop...
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  I have always been fascinated by unusual cloud formations. I see them where ever I go. I find them interesting and like to think about how they were formed. This time the wavy lines seemed to sort of line up with the road, which gave the view an thought…
  I have always been fascinated by unusual cloud formations. I see them where ever I go. I find them interesting and like to think about how they were formed. This time the wavy lines seemed t...
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  I’ve been going over a few older images this week and processing them. Some had been done before, this one had not been previously posted. I liked the repetitive shapes and lines. I also found the names of the boats interesting. Can you identify the…
  I’ve been going over a few older images this week and processing them. Some had been done before, this one had not been previously posted. I liked the repetitive shapes and lines. I also fou...
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  One of my favourite pickups, the Chevrolet Advance Design series speaks to me of the post-war era. It was GM’s first major redesign project after World War II in 1947, and the same basic design family was used for all of Chevy and GMC branded trucks.…
  One of my favourite pickups, the Chevrolet Advance Design series speaks to me of the post-war era. It was GM’s first major redesign project after World War II in 1947, and the same basic des...
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  Early Pontiacs were famous for their Indian head emblems and hood ornaments. The brand, named after Pontiac the eighteenth century Indian chief, was known for Indian related car names and insignia. The mid 1950’s saw the adoption of the airplane hood…
  Early Pontiacs were famous for their Indian head emblems and hood ornaments. The brand, named after Pontiac the eighteenth century Indian chief, was known for Indian related car names and in...
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  In a world of multitaskers, this deserves a least an honourable mention. It is an aftermarket product available for your Model A Ford. It is a fancy looking hood ornament, the radiator cap and the coolant temperature gauge. Of course it screws down on…
  In a world of multitaskers, this deserves a least an honourable mention. It is an aftermarket product available for your Model A Ford. It is a fancy looking hood ornament, the radiator cap a...
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  After a long slow journey across the ice, seeing the Snap Lake Mine across the lake is a welcome sight. The frigid air is so clear and free from pollutants, you can see across miles of territory. With the wind blowing the steam from the mine sideways,…
  After a long slow journey across the ice, seeing the Snap Lake Mine across the lake is a welcome sight. The frigid air is so clear and free from pollutants, you can see across miles of terri...
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A photo essay for Dave Brosha’s workshop group on Facebook You are always aware of the cold in the north. You can never take it for granted. I came out without putting on my gloves and went to reach for the metal stair rail, then thought better of it and…
A photo essay for Dave Brosha’s workshop group on Facebook You are always aware of the cold in the north. You can never take it for granted. I came out without putting on my gloves and went to reac...
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Photographer, Blogger, Traveller
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Carstairs, Alberta
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Calgary, Alberta - Weston, Ontario - Peoria, Arizona - Taber, Alberta
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@jfuji - Photographer, Traveler, Ponderer, Philosopher, Blogger
Introduction
I live, eat and breathe photography. Always willing to learn more.
Bragging rights
Survived the Darkroom, now can be seen in the daylight!
Education
  • Mount Royal College
    Public Relations, 1976 - 1978
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My favorite place for soup and a sandwich. Don't forget Fridays are Piedays!
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