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It's not quite the case where I live in Michigan, although I'm sure I could find some on private property.

Maybe I can create a Luminar "bullet hole" preset or something... :)
Post your photos of things with bullet holes. Perhaps this is a mostly rural western thing, but it seem that people in my area love to put bullet holes in everything they see.
 

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It's not quite the case where I live in Michigan, although I'm sure I could find some on private property.

Maybe I can create a Luminar "bullet hole" preset or something... :)
You must not get out on the back roads much. Up north is a mecca for sign shooting.

Anyway Harvey, as soon as I saw this thread I knew what I'd post but it took a few weeks for me to find the time. These are from the war of 1812, specifically the Battle of Frenchtown, January 22, 1813. They look a bit foggy because they're protected behind a piece of weathered plexiglass. This is the oldest wood structure in Michigan.

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You must not get out on the back roads much. Up north is a mecca for sign shooting.

Anyway Harvey, as soon as I saw this thread I knew what I'd post but it took a few weeks for me to find the time. These are from the war of 1812, specifically the Battle of Frenchtown, January 22, 1813. They look a bit foggy because they're protected behind a piece of weathered plexiglass. This is the oldest wood structure in Michigan.

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I think this one is a little more contemporary.

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You must not get out on the back roads much. Up north is a mecca for sign shooting.

Anyway Harvey, as soon as I saw this thread I knew what I'd post but it took a few weeks for me to find the time. These are from the war of 1812, specifically the Battle of Frenchtown, January 22, 1813. They look a bit foggy because they're protected behind a piece of weathered plexiglass. This is the oldest wood structure in Michigan.

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Very cool. I grew up just north of Monroe.
 

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I tried to punch a hole through a droplet of water, but never found the damaged droplet! (from the old film days, in 1984: .22LR projectile fired from a Hämmerli 150e Match Pistol, exposed on Ilford FP4 with EG&G Microflash 549 - all a matter of timing, with photo-diode and delay circuits).
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