A local reservoir, but I couldn’t find any information on this Building. I’m assuming it is some type of valve and pump house.
First the Door: I was told that the Hawk Symbol was part of a Scavenger Hunt Trail…..
And view from across the Lake:
Finally, an image made on Pinhole Day, but not the one I submitted……
It had been more than a month. But I did make these images in March as I watched my Valentine Roses change, but not ‘fade away’. They simply revealed new aspects of My Inner Monet:
I had though about submitting these for the March Frugal Film Project, but decided not to. But what I might do is find a 5th image that that works and submit it to a 5-Frames…..
So we end the month with these Roses as a prepare a Photo Safari to my friend’s Rose Garden…..
This View no longer exists….Tree branches blew down to change it. Not sure that the Park Services will take those branches away. So we have captured a moment in time that is now gone…….
There are three locations at a nearby park where I test every ‘new’ camera and every ‘new’ film. So I took my first roll of Lomo 800 to all of those three spots.
It was hard to decide which to pick, bit I think the Reflection does work best. The Boat Dock below, was taken at an odd angle and looks best with some cropping:
Above, a cropped Mamiya7 image with Portra 400. Giving you a hint of the doors…..
Still figuring out the right distance for my RSS 6X9. I’ll retake these standing a bit closer. But it’s all about learning for My Inner Monet……..Read more about the Center Here.
Above and below, some very distant Doors……….We take our last look at Snow?
These image was actually from January 2020.
On my last roll of HP5 I found a photo to post for March:
Above was my Sign offering for the March 2020 Frugal Film Project. It just didn’t move me. So I marked it as one of the ‘rejected’ images:
I had also considered posting one of my Valentine Roses, One Month Later……… But I’m planning a separate posting with my ‘past prime’ roses. h dried quite well.
So more from the Roses Coming Soon………..
Wide Angle Lens (Mamiya-7 43 mm) to capture all of the Tetons from Togwotee Pass:
From my Experimental Photography Days……….
On our Snowy Range Journey we saw this beautiful thunderhead to the east of us. Had to pull off and make the image. And since I had both of my Mamiya-7’s I have Portra 160 and SFX-200: