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    So, I just got a job working in Alaska, at a mine. I'll be away for four weeks at a time and back home for two. Posting may be slower during these periods. However, I think my opportunities for photo excursions will be better due to my increased travel. Wish me luck.

    Please see on black.

    MelBradbury, ~Coquí, <Gian>, and 84 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Sara Street 75 months ago | reply

      Taking pictures in the snow... is umm great and yet cold... I went out the other day snowshoes and all, it was decent... but kindof difficult to push the buttons when you've got gloves on!! GOOD LUCK... and take lots of pictures!!

      BTW this photo is great... leaves me wondering what that is on the other side of the fence... great job!

    2. ~Coquí 75 months ago | reply

      THATS GREAT JIM!!!
      A MEANINGFUL B&W..

    3. c.tabler 75 months ago | reply

      ...I like the concept; very good.

      I am not sure about the tones, though. I feel that you may go for more brightness. on the other hand the depressive mood is very good. not sure...

    4. <Gian> 75 months ago | reply

      i like the composition!!! good B&W

    5. andrew schoneweis [deleted] 71 months ago | reply

      great shot! love it

    6. -.Nacho.- 69 months ago | reply

      Nice Picture!

    7. quietwaterfilms 61 months ago | reply

      I too had a job in a gold mine in Alaska. Fly-in only. Remote as you can get. Fabulous experience which I will always treasure. HOw did this go for you? Or are you still there?

      Nice picture too. But your job caught my eye first.

    8. docz69 55 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot...very expresive...
      It actually gives me a "comunist".."Berlin wall", "locked up" feeling...almost as a freedom rights poster..:P
      Cheers from Romania/Transylvania...Boti

    9. lidili 44 months ago | reply

      So cool. I love out of focus.

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