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My father-in-law taps his own Minnesota maple trees. It tastes heavenly.
Thanks and happy birthday, papa!
A tradition at our home is to make a gingerbread house for christmas. One of my daughters made it - I just smelled it. LOL P1120792
recipe from Hog Island Oyster Co: hogislandoysters.com/oysters/recipes/manila-clam-chowder
Okay. So this was from a roll of Polaroid slide film--Polachrome. And I auto-processed this in my living room. What?! Yes. I freaking processed this film in my living room. I'm dumbfounded at the wonders of technology.
(Although, I admit, I did a pretty crap job. Part of it still had the gooey chemical all over it when I took it out of the processor--I quickly grabbed a tissue and tried to wipe away all the goo, which I was able to do, but also left a righteous mess & scratched up about 40% of the roll. Live & learn. And I'm a pretty slow learner)
Oh, and my scanner's on the fritz at the mo. I had to hold these up to a light & digi photograph them. Eh... maybe I'll get around to doing a proper scan sometime.
September, 2007 Update: See it in FILE Magazine :)
I saw this bench made out of old tractor parts, old barn wood, and old horseshoes. It's pretty awesome.
Much nicer viewing: F11, and then:
Shooting homemade jewelry for a colleague of mine. Light: a little halogen lamp (from Ikea), light former, well not a softening light fromer, but a little cardboard with lots of cut-outs ... acting as a gobo. This gives the nice light speckles.
Tilo ~gallo~ Gockel
i think they're ashtrays :P i dont really know XD - street of belgium :P -
Did you know you can make your own covfefe? Or is it kefir? I don't know how to properly pronounce either.
We're Here - Covfefe
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Homemade pinhole camera made of a Pea-soup can, film Adox CHS 100 II (4x5"), selfdeveloped in Rollei Supergrain 1:15 for 7½ min, using MOD54 sheet holder for Paterson tank.
A homeless man prepares a meal on his homemade stove fueled with pieces of scrap wood found while foraging along Roxas Blvd in Manila, Philippines.
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