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All currents lead to you, Mr. Tesla

A while back, I was reading “M Train,” by Patti Smith, and I found a statue of Nikola Tesla in there. She called him the patron saint of alternating current. 236 more words

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Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2016

Last weekend it was the annual Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. Last year I hosted a workshop, but this year I just snapped some quick (4 second exposures) of a potted plant in the window.   31 more words

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pinhole day 3

Just wanted to share some more pinhole images celebrating the week after Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day.

(photos taken with Zero Image pinhole cameras and Kodak Ektar 100 film) 17 more words

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Gittogether - Barcelona


Today in Barcelona the entire reason for the trip came to pass. The last Sunday of April is world wide pinhole photography day. This year I traveled to Barcelona to meet up with some old friends and to make Sos new one.

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More pinhole

I thought I’d share a few photos from  my collection of pinhole images I’ve made over the years. The first pinhole image I ever made is the one I use as my header on this blog. 93 more words

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Noccalula Falls

Noccalula Falls, a spectacular 90-foot waterfall in Gadsden, Alabama, is named for a Cherokee girl who jumped to her death here when her father planned to wed her to a Creek chief instead of allowing her to marry a young warrior from her own tribe with whom she was madly in love.

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Pelican Point

Pelican Point is at the east end of Dauphin Island, a barrier island that rises up from the floor of the Gulf of Mexico right at the mouth of Mobile Bay.  161 more words

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