Awakening

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    Zero Image 2000 BTN + IR 720
    Handheld for a 45 sec exposure
    Efke IR 820
    Dev in Kodak Tmax 1:4

    Travi$, Paul Cronin 1, Theolde, and 585 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. protsalke 14 months ago | reply

      Great monochrome work!!! Congrats.

    2. jaredhughesphoto 14 months ago | reply

      Love this, Marie!! Ahhhh, my Hassy has now been with Davis Odess for a CLA for several months. I can't wait to get it back!

    3. GillK2012 14 months ago | reply

      So surreal, beautiful image! :)

    4. Dr. Ilia 14 months ago | reply

      Tremendous Work!

    5. Blue Celt 14 months ago | reply

      Very nice capture

    6. Siuloon 14 months ago | reply

      He1llo!
      Congratulations.
      This is absolutely exquisite, everything is perfect.
      Seen today in Explore.
      Greetings from Poland.

    7. gexlyon69 14 months ago | reply

      Very beautiful - i like it !!! - congratulations

    8. waewduan4 14 months ago | reply

      Congrats !!

    9. pepoexpress - A few million thanks! 14 months ago | reply

      I saw this in the 500+ Faves group and Faved it.

    10. ShimmeringGrains 14 months ago | reply

      Grzegorz Grzesiak
      gexlyon69
      Luicabe
      fluffisch
      Kirt E. Carter
      waewduan C
      pepoexpress, Madrid fun street!

      Thanks a lot to all of you! 😊
      I'm so grateful for all faves and comments! 🌟✨🌟

    11. fallingthruthelens 14 months ago | reply

      I'm loving your handheld pinhole photos! Dreamy indeed.

    12. ShimmeringGrains 14 months ago | reply

      fallingthruthelens
      Thank you very much, I'm so glad you like it 😊

    13. skipcoblyn 11 months ago | reply

      Very evocative and lovely use of blur and light, Marie! So memorable!

    14. Joe Effendi (Always Late!) 2 months ago | reply

      Looks fantastic!! Beautiful work! :)

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