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Holderness Celebrates World Cyanotype Day
Thea Dodds

World Cyanotype Day is an event to celebrate the simple, beautiful, and fascinating cyanotype process. "Cyanotype" is a photographic process, discovered in 1842, involving two chemicals (ammonium iron(III) citrate and potassium ferricyanide) and UV light resulting in a beautiful Prussian Blue image. Every year on the last Saturday of September, photographers and artists worldwide gather to connect, create and celebrate this antiquarian photographic process.

To celebrate this year’s theme of Enlighten, the Holderness community strung together cyanotype flags symbolizing our united hearts & creative minds. 



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