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One of my interests is daguerreotypes, the first photographic process. I show some daguerreotypes selected from my collection, along with a few words and links.
Here I show some photographs of the area where I live, Huntsville, Alabama.
This chapter shows photographs of two cities in Russia, Moscow and St. Petersburg.
I have been researching some World War II era lenses made by Kodak, the Aero-Ektars, with a focus of my research being how and why these lenses are radioactive.
You can also visit my professional web page to learn about my research on gamma-ray bursts.
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Like many web pages, this one is a work-in-progress, so please visit again. Perhaps there will be a new chapter, or an existing chapter will have been improved.
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The text and images are copyright 2000 & 2001 by Michael Briggs. The images are here for you to view and are not to be reproduced.
Revised 2001 December 1.