Civilization’s shadows

Civilization's shadows

From a pinhole film swap with Falling Thru The Lens, whose photographs are beyond the limits of poetry.

Zero Image 6×9 and hacked Digna Certex 6×6, Ilford FP4+
Adonal 1:100, 20 min

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3 thoughts on “Civilization’s shadows

  1. LOVE this!!
    Hi Jesús, I’m sorry for being a bit absent, but there is so much fun things to do! :-)
    I must say I like Ipernity a lot! A bit slower pace that Fl, and very friendly. I’ll give it three months and see what happends after that. How goes your thoughts about I vs F?

    • Thank you Marie!
      Don’t worry, I am also VERY absent these days. I am waiting for a reply from a friend whom I was told that Flickr deleted his account [I checked and I could see any of his previously published solargraphs]. If he confirms me that his account was erased I will delete all my pics from there and move some of them to Ipernity.

      • What? Did they (maybe) erase his account?? OMG….
        My son told me that IF they do anything about our rights, they HAVE to give us a new document of terms, to either accept or deny. I waited for it 1/1-14, but nothing happened…
        But I still hate the new beta, it is horrible… I have moved most of my content to Ipernity. Nothing is changed at my Flicks stream yet, but I feel the same as you do, IF anything more happens, I’ll be fast and furious… ;-D
        Take care!

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