Monthly Archives: December 2010

Pinhole

I’ve been playing a bit the last several months with a 4×5 pinhole camera from the Lensless Camera Manufacturing Company (formerly the Santa Barbara Camera, now of Fernley, Nevada).  It’s fun to handle good old fashioned film again, but I’m … Continue reading

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Patchwork Photo-Quilts

“And now”, as they were so fond of saying on Monty Python’s Flying Circus, “for something completely different.”  Something I’ve been playing with recently.  We’ll see where it leads. . . . . → Tim Messick Photography • Graphics Copyright … Continue reading

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Ancient Webcam Rock Art

The petroglyphs at Grimes Point, east of Fallon, Nevada,  are estimated to range in age from over 7,000 to about 500 years old.  The most linear and picture-like of these appear to be the most recent, chipped into the rock … Continue reading

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