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Recommended reading

Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat
Please put a penny in the old man’s hat
…and look through the week’s best blog posts

πŸ’» Often in matters of faith two competing truths have to be held in tension to have the best, deepest understanding. Steven O’Keefe explains, using two truths from the Bible to illustrate: that humans are God’s treasure, and that humans are broken and predisposed to evil. Read The Dueling Truths of Human Nature

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Nikon F3, 35/2.8 AI Nikkor, Kodak T-Max P3200, 2018.

πŸ’» Jason Kottke shares some footage he found of Paris, shot between 1896 and 1900. It is beautifully restored. Read Remastered Film Footage of 1890s Paris

πŸ“· Joe Irvin walks you through how to select a good starter Super 8 movie camera. Read Super 8 cameras for beginners

πŸ“· John Smith sings the praises of his Nikon FE2. Could it be the perfect Nikon SLR? Read Coming Around Again

πŸ“· Remember Kodak’s Verichrome Pan black-and-white film? Alex Luyckx shoots a bunch of it, all expired, and processes it in several different developers so you can see how it looks. He made the stuff really sing in a couple of those developers! Read Classic Film Review — Kodak Verichrome Pan

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6 thoughts on “Recommended reading

    • Most arguments over religion accomplish little. I shared that post with some trepidation, but I did genuinely find it interesting and that’s my main criterion for inclusion here. Merry Christmas to you as well!

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