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Saturday, November 07, 2009 

I told you I was freaky

I told you I was freaky, originally uploaded by stewartbremner.

"Finally. I've been planning this photo for years now. I first shot it about ten years ago on film, using my trusty, tiny Pentax P3. I've still got that film somewhere but no real desire to go looking for it and, for that matter, no film scanner. I've always wanted to revisit it and do it better.

Ever since I started on the traffic shots, this was the shot that I most wanted to take. I tried it a few weeks ago, but the sun was still too high. It wasn't until the clocks went back that the timing worked out. I'm quite pleased.

Now I need to have a very quick think about whether to end on a high or keep plugging away. After all, it's a good reason to get out of the house."

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