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David Brown Photogra… on February 5, 2009

Satisfy my curious (and that is curious in all senses of the word) mind Inga by confirming or otherwise that this is a scan from film?

Regardless, it is a lovely photograph full of nosy detail and makes Bridgnorth a positively nice looking place. Even if it was a tad overcast.

Who'd have thought it?

Warmest greetings from the frozen South!

ingawh on February 6, 2009

Hello jethrohoyt,

You're absolutely right - This image is from a trip overseas in 2001, just before I got my first little digital camera. I took a large batch of old negatives in to Costco, and they put them all on disk for me. That limits the size and detail available, but I was glad to have them on the computer, where all my images now live. Hope you'll be warming up soon and finding spring just around the corner!

Best wishes from the Pacific NorthWest!

David Brown Photogra… on February 7, 2009

i will rest assured (regarding spring and corners etc).

Target will 'archive them for 15c each ($0.15) and if you get the right store and right guy/gal, the machine the use will go up to 15 mega pixel. The results are staggering! So if you have some that you like from this batch and are contemplating 'playing around with' you try to find an employee who will help you.

Good luck Inga

ingawh on February 7, 2009

Hey - Great tip! It might be worth taking them all in again if the technology has come that far. Thanks for the insider's info.

Cheers!

VENOM GOAST on February 11, 2009

ADOLF had his eyes on Bridgnorth for his HQ in this country. No chance. I love it, had a caravan hear for 14 years, even done my square bashing hear.the river is full of good fish, and if you want a good pub there is one around the next corner.

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  • Uploaded on October 26, 2007
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    by ingawh
    • Camera: Noritsu Koki QSS

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