Hannibal Missouri, on the shores of the Mississippi River.
Category: "Midwestern Landscapes"
Holga. Very old (10+ years) J&C Classic Pan 200 in DK50 1+1 for 7 minutes.
Accidentally scanned this as a color negative but like the effect.
In the Allgen forest last week:
Ultrafine Xtreme 400 @320, DK50 stock, 5min.
Small rural cemetery in Jay County, Indiana. Facing west in the late afternoon, the light in this corner was intriguing.
Pentax K1 with DFA 28-105 f3.5-5.6.
Another shot from wanders through Indiana last week - looking north on 250W with Ruple-Union to the left and Wells to the right.
Spent the past few days down in Indiana - beautiful country, especially in the summer. I was looking in east here in a cemetery in Jay County. A thunderstorm was coming up from the west.
Update (7/5) - still thinking about this one - an alternate crop:
Two small trees left standing...
Ultrafine Xtreme 400, D76 Stock
A few days ago I found three 120 format rolls of slide film still in the packaging from the lab, tucked onto a shelf in a closet. I think it dates back to the spring of 2014 (maybe 2013)... Well, scanning these early spring photos has been a fine activity for a dark December afternoon. In this photo I was attempting to capture the subtle colors of trees in early spring, when they are just starting to bud out and bloom. The spot is a familiar one on the shores of a small pond / marsh in the Allegan Forest. Over the years I have watched this place transform from a shallow pond, to a marsh full of tall grasses and then back to a pond, deeper than ever.
Made with a Pentax 6x7 camera, SMC Takumar 105 f2.4 and Kodak E100S.