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Greetings SGL friends.

Over on Facebook I have posted the entire 12 print portfolio of my exhibit Moonlight. All 12 landscapes were completed over the last few years with all compositions taking place under moonlight of varying brightness. Some of which have been posted here on SGL.

https://www.facebook...=1&l=e9dbeb0873

The group includes Departing Clouds which was selected for inclusion in Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography and showcased here originally on SGL.

Happy Holidays!

James

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Really cool set Jim, love the B/W water shots. Are they shot on the Pentax 67?

Hope the exhibition is going well.

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Really cool set Jim, love the B/W water shots. Are they shot on the Pentax 67?

Hope the exhibition is going well.

Thank you very much Jon. Yes, all shot with the Pentax 67 and mostly with the 45mm wide-angle. I wanted to show off both color and B&W, but I am partial to the B&W. More to come next year!

Thanks again !

Jim

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