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Abandoned In Texas

 
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Nov 22, 2019 23:21 |  #1

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Abandoned communities aren't hard to find in Texas. This one however has many tarantula living around it. There were also some burned down buildings and dead white trees that I tried to get a good photo angle of but just couldn't with the lenses I had on hand on me. Photos were treated with Fuji Neopan style.

Question... How do you edit the EXIF data above each image without having to post first?

Edit: NM I figured it out.



  
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