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    Maine Coast 2003

    Here are a few shots from last year when I was in Maine for a wedding. My friend (who is in one of the shots) and I had some time to kill before the ceremony so we went to this little beach. It was freezing and I wasn't really thinking about "photography" while I took these, thus they are too constrasty because of the lighting and the one with the driftwood could have been better composed. But...for what it's worth, I think they capture the moment and the crispness of the day.

    Edited to say that these were shot with an OM-3 and probably the 35mm for the WA and the 90mm for the birdhouse. Or it could have been the 24mm for the WA - like I said, my mind wasn't on "photography" and I don't remember. The film is either Provia 100F or Agfa RSXII 100.
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