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ACC November 2023 Competition Winning Digital Open

November 11, 2023 - The theme for November at the Arundel Camera Club was open. I had three winning images. 2nd Place Unlimited Digital...
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ACC March 2023 Competition Winning Color and Monochrome Print Open

March 24, 2023 - The theme for March at the Arundel Camera Club was open. I had two winning images. 1st Place Unlimited Monochrome Pri...
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Another Bottle of Rum

January 14, 2021 - A gift from a neighbor. I used a monitor behind the bottle to display a digital background. I sat the bottle on black pl...
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Avon Bottle - Car

January 13, 2021 - Here is another antique collectable Avon bottle my father-in-law gave me. Again this was so dirty it was black. Here it...
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Avon Bottle - Horse Head

January 13, 2021 - So this is way before my time. My father-in-law gave me three antique collectable Avon bottles. They were so dirty they...
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ACC April Print Competition Winning Images - Surrealism

April 14, 2018 - The theme for April at the Arundel Camera Club was "Surrealism". “Surreal photography would be more about creating a wo...
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Critique Common Objects

September 15, 2015 - David Blecman's Annapolis Photography Workshop Group hosted a critique/competition tonight with the theme of "common Obj...
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