To start the week off, here is a set of images taken over the past few months (the suddenly very cold weather means that I am reduced to culling the archives for shots to post rather than posting new material for the time being) in Fargo, North Dakota. They are taken with a variety of cameras, including my trusty Nikon D700, the ever-enjoyable Fuji X100, and the now-gone Panasonic Lumix GF3–which was a fantastic camera, but I could not afford to keep both it and the X100, so it had to go–that all yield different results. I hope they flow together as a set and work cohesively.
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Thanks to those who have been sharing my work so far. There is nothing better than having someone be so impressed with me work that they feel the need to share it with others. So, again, thank you. The feedback I have received here has been overwhelming and incredibly flattering.