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Bathroom

Bathroom

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atmidnightcc:

We made your #BetterRapAlbumTitles into a reality! Thanks for playing @_toddjohnson!


Confetti. You’re welcome.

atmidnightcc:

We made your #BetterRapAlbumTitles into a reality! Thanks for playing @_toddjohnson!

Confetti. You’re welcome.

(via comedycentral)

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Sunrise in Baltimore on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Church along Charles Street

Sunrise in Baltimore on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Church along Charles Street

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Pocket Trumpet

Pocket Trumpet

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End of another workday on Flickr.
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Young Love on Flickr.Via Flickr:
He was slow to make the move, as she looked on expectantly.  Taken at the Eiffel Tower in Paris

Young Love on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
He was slow to make the move, as she looked on expectantly. Taken at the Eiffel Tower in Paris

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Foggy Day, Silhouette on Flickr.
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Tintype Homebrew Developer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Rockland tintype plate
Liquid light emulsion
Old, expired dektol + indeterminate amount of fixer (ammonium sulfate)
Negative image is due to the negative loaded in the enlarger used for quick exposure. The process works, but the exposed regions are not nearly white enough. Will need to try fresh developer.

Tintype Homebrew Developer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Rockland tintype plate
Liquid light emulsion
Old, expired dektol + indeterminate amount of fixer (ammonium sulfate)
Negative image is due to the negative loaded in the enlarger used for quick exposure. The process works, but the exposed regions are not nearly white enough. Will need to try fresh developer.

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"A person’s relationship to technology as s/he ages is just like Microsoft Windows. We continue to support too many legacy skills and knowledge because others depend on it, eventually making it impossible to incorporate new technologies without being excessively clumsy. Young people, on the other hand, are like Mac OS - each generation comes without the burden of history."

— Cyrus Beh

Tags: old man rant
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The Great Hall - Polaroid Negative on Flickr.Via Flickr:
FP100C reclaimed negative. It looks sharper than the original picture. This might be because the Polaroid positive is formed by diffusion of the silver/dye onto the receiving sheet, which naturally entails some dispersion.

The Great Hall - Polaroid Negative on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
FP100C reclaimed negative. It looks sharper than the original picture. This might be because the Polaroid positive is formed by diffusion of the silver/dye onto the receiving sheet, which naturally entails some dispersion.