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Had to post this one -- midnight shot from Montego Bay, Jamaica, 1998 (note Polaris in the upper RH corner):
NICE SHOT!

No grain, Plus-X?

Again, nice job!
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Thanks Ifly -- a scan from 6x6 Tmax-100, Zeiss glass.
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Had to post this one -- midnight shot from Montego Bay, Jamaica, 1998 (note Polaris in the upper RH corner):
Forget the boat, that is a GREAT photograph!
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I really wish I would have gotten a picture of this. There used to be an old decrepit H26 in the slip next to mine. It was so bad it had a tree growing out of the side of it. An actual trunk, bark, and leaves tree. The best part, some dude lived on it. The boat disappeared one weekend and I don't know what ever happened with it, he probably tried to go sailing.
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This guy won the Petersberg, AK Harbormaster's Award for "Best Awlgrip -2006"
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And just a couple of slips away was the winner of 2006 Harbormaster's Award for "Best Maintained Power Boat"
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Ziaduck: Thanks for the compliment -- it's one of my favorite shots.

JJJ: Nevermind the boat, what happened to the tree?
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Thanks Ifly -- a scan from 6x6 Tmax-100, Zeiss glass.

I LOVE big neg's... I still shoot with a 4x5 Crown Graflex.... but a 6x6!

Nice, very nice!

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JJJ: Nevermind the boat, what happened to the tree?

If the boat is still afloat somewhere, maybe he is using it as a spare mast. It would also make a great hammock support.
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