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    I'm in the middle of completing a workshop making collodion-chloride pop paper with Mark Osterman and let me tell you if you want to find something that will perk your interest this is amazing!! staleness is in the mind so go and shake it up a little!!
    Best, Peter
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    Good thoughtful writeup. The other musical aged person who has impressed is Dave Brubeck.

    I get pulled too many different directions and I'm only 35. I have to step back and balance things out sometimes. Too much meetings or too much TV this week; must get back to the darkroom for a bit for example. Demands of work, family, photography, community all conflict and have to be sanely balanced. With not enough time/energy in the day, each of those 4 categories needs some prioritization as well. Must test and learn this lens before I buy another one. Must setup matting/framing and complete those tasks. Weather is right today, I must get out and shoot that local scene today; save the darkroom work or other hobby for a rainy day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    Winston Churchill wasn't the British prime minister until he was sixty five, and for an old man he did quite well.
    Not according to my grandfather!


    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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