Lately, I have been going through my old negatives, in a very unorganized sort of way. I do not have all my 3-ring binders that hold contact sheets and negatives, in one place. What I discovered was that there are quite a few photos I never printed or scanned that now, looking back, are quite poignant. Especially the ones I made right around the time the Florida net-ban came into effect. So in a random order, I will post some of them here. The above one was made in April of 1995, just a couple of months before Cedar Key net-fishermen would become extinct, leaving them and the community devastated. I am not quite sure who that is on the boat, but he is headed towards the Gulf from our fish-house.
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