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These images are from the Light & Land trip to northern Norway and the Lofoten Islands in July 2007. They include a number of square black and white prints taken with Chris's plastic Holga camera.

It was on this trip that Chris, in conversation one evening, dreamt up the Longdin-Ward effect, a spoof mathematical formula for estimating the time required for photo stops on such trips. Chris later wrote this up in an article reproduced here.


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