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Back Road in the South of France
This photo was taken along a back country road in the south of France; a little town named La Rogue-Gageac near Salviac; on a November Saturday morning in 1990. It was taken with a Nikon FE2 with a 50mm f2.0 lens; film was 100 ASA Kodak. It is one of the most surreal photos I have ever taken.
I was on a business trip to Germany and stopped to visit a retired IBM'er who is a French native. It is one of my most memorable images.
More from the Back Roads in the South of France
Just three quarters of an hour before sunset my friend drove us to a vista above this castle.
Shot with Nikon FE2, 50mm f2.0 lens, the film was 100 ASA Kodak.
Yosemite Falls July 93
Doesn't everyone have one of these? Shot with Nikon FE2, 105mm f2.5 lens and Kodak Gold 100, it was taken 5 July 1993.
Grand kid Photographs
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A Special Set of Family Photographs
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