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Photography Monochrome/Black and White posted on Nov 15, 2014
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We've had a mice invasion this summer. Not that they're running all over the place, but they were nibbling at the bird food bags. That's how I first spotted them in my husband's office last August. We put traps out, caught 5. Now just the other day I hear mousie sounds from behind the supplies I keep for mailing off ceramics when I sell some. Yesterday I decided to see what they had been up to. Now I want to decimate them. They've been nibbling on the old poetry and short stories I've got stored on the bottom shelves of a bookcase. My old photos and negatives were also stored there, but luckily they weren't nibbled on. As I was going through the shelves and cleaning up, I found an old contact print of the very first pictures I took when I bought my first 'real' camera, a Konica FP-1 Program in 1982. On the way home from the store we had to stop at a junkyard so my first husband could pick up some car part. What a Disneyland for a photographer with her first SLR. This one is actually the 2nd picture I took with my new camera. I scanned the contact print at 2400 DPI and did some more postwork on--mostly removing spots and blotches. It wasn't mouse-sampled, but it had been sitting around uncovered for a long time. A bit of adjustments then and here's the results. I hope you like it. Thank you for taking the time to look at my photography. I do appreciate it.

Comments (8)



10:00AM | Sat, 15 November 2014

Scrapyards do make wonderful photographic subjects. There is a certain sadness to them - all these vehicles were once someone's pride and joy and now they are just heaps of forgotten, rusting junk. Super shot. :-)



2:35PM | Sat, 15 November 2014

Lovely shot friend!!



4:48PM | Sat, 15 November 2014

I agree....kind of sad. Cool shot!



3:12AM | Sun, 16 November 2014

Very very well taken !!



3:27AM | Sun, 16 November 2014

Very good Pic. I took the Blue tit through my Kitchen Window, he would have flown if I opened the window



3:38AM | Mon, 17 November 2014

Sorry to hear of the mice invasion.... I guess these has to be recycled for a more sporty look... Aloha



1:54PM | Fri, 21 November 2014

Love that kind of picture !



5:26AM | Thu, 04 December 2014

Fantastic capture !

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