Looking Back


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Looking Back

7 Apr 2014 2:58PM   Views : 3355 Unique : 588

Sometimes when we have lots of new pictures to process there are quite a few that get passed over, usually I think because we are itching to get to the next new ones. When these older images were on negative film, they might never be looked at again. Digital is something else though, and all my images since I "went digital" in 2005 are just as accessible as all the new ones.

So I have a second look, from time to time. Sometimes I find shots that I'm surprised I overlooked, so they get a chance to see the light of day. Maybe it's just because the mood changes, and what I wasn't in the mood for in 2005 I just might be in the mood for now.

Here's a few that have emerged from the process:







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