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Mathilde - Day 49

While we were in Bad Gastein skiing we had a severe waterpipe leak that flooded our kitchen and my study, where all my photo and Mac equipment is stored. Tomorrow I'll visit the company who removed all the water damaged items (among those all my analog Nikon camera's) and here their verdict. I hope the managed to save my collection of analog Nikon cameras. My Mac monitor, Epson and HP printer and Elinchrom flash items can be replaced.
This also means that I hadn't had much time for photographing, so my iPhone has been used a lot to capture snap shots. The "snap shot" of the day is Mathilde - the youngest daughter to our good friends Lissen & Finn. Post processed with the iPhone app Iris.

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