4 thoughts on “camel2

    • You know… I never thought of that (probably because I got ‘locked in’ to a specific feeling about this one), but now that you mention it, I can absolutely see that. I love looking at old photographs / techniques / processes, etc. but those images have always really rocked me… I don’t think I could have ever done something like that…
      it’s a fascinating part of photo history, though! (Reminds me of some of Sally Mann’s more recent work, too… very interesting…)
      🙂

    • I think clicking on the actual image isolates it to it’s own page…
      I’m not sure why W.P.’s comments are set-up there, too…
      (no worries, S.D.D… I leave comments at similar places all the time… only I usually don’t even notice…)
      🙂

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