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Have Shrouded Shrines

I was ecstatic when I discovered that the broken Smena 8M had somehow healed itself. Thank you mysterious Soviet Camera Gods.
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In Shrouded Ships

Last week I posted a couple of shots of an old eastern Washington school and the house in which its marm would live. This is from the same stop. 170 more words

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Chained Beside

I have no idea what Foma Equicolor is. None. I didn’t even know Foma made color film. And yet, here it is. Was it made by someone else? 110 more words

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Maybe I Shall Find Them

I’ve shared a few other photos of Chief Joseph’s grave, most of which made the location look remote and lonely. But that’s not the case. While he holds a prominent and easy-to-find plot, he is surrounded by many of the people who followed him on the Nez Perces’ own Trail of Tears. 379 more words

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Whose Wide Mansions

Here’s a theory: Smena 8Ms heal themselves. I’m sure there’s more to it than that, but really, I’m onto something. Last month, I believed that I owned two non-working Smena 8Ms. 429 more words

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A Stone Set

The grave of 2 year old Addie Marie Christiansen isn’t in a family plot. It sits alone in a corner of the Danish Cemetery in eastern Douglas County, Washington. 266 more words

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