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Greek Islands

Some snaps from our 2013 Greece trip. 1968 Konica C35.

Really love the muted tones this film captured. It did a great job of capturing the sunset (bottom left) and dusk (bottom right) colours. And doesn’t Talia look so cool, sitting there in that ISO grain, framed with a spectacularly soft focus blur.

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Carrara Marble

I don’t know exactly what it is about this photo that I love so much. Maybe it’s the straight lines cut into the stone, reminiscent of the Bauhaus architecture we’d witnessed in Jerusalem.

This is a photo of a portion of the marble quarry in Carrara, Italy. Taken in 2013 on a 1968 Konica C35.

Carrara Marble Quarry
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Jerusalem Stone

Here is series of photos I took in 2013, exploring the streets of Jerusalem. A lot of the work is done by the beautiful grain of the 800 ISO film capturing stone textures. The camera: a Konica C35, made in 1968, which was my first ever analog camera.

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One Word at a Time: Update

An update on my previous post about writing: In the spirit of making small steps toward fiction writing confidence, I’ve published an excerpt of my (unedited) novel here on my blog.

Viewing the excerpt requires a password. I guess I’m not yet brave enough to make it fully public.

Anyone can figure the password out. It’s the three-letter name of one of the book’s characters (all uppercase). It’s also the first letter of each paragraph in this post.

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