I was following Thursday Doors back then, but not posting to it. But here we go, some Tiny Doors from my first posting for the Frugal Film Project. The Featured Image is a Little Free Libraryon my street.
Yesterday you were introduced to the Camera. Today you meet the best 5-Frames from the very first roll of Reva 127 B&W film (ISO 100). I was amazed at the results considering that I knew very little about the Camera, and this is my first roll.
First a re-intro to the Camera above. Details about the camera can be found on the Art Deco Camera Site. Now let’s look at my camera test location: Lake Waneka. We’ll start with a new view, looking west from the Boat House:
Below, my usual view looking east towards the Boat House:
Below, the beginnings of our COVID-19 Rock Monument. There are more rocks now…….
My Classic Boat Dock View. Today featuring a fisherman……
And my Classic Tree Reflection that you’ve seen in other Camera Tests:
And certainly consistent with My Inner Monet Theme.
There are many ‘Forts” in Colorado. But none of them were military outposts. Instead, these were fortified trading posts for Indigenous Peoples and early Trappers.
Fort Lupton has been completely reconstructed on a site adjacent to the original location. It was established in 1836 by Lancaster Lupton, a former soldier and West Point Graduate. Click on the link above for the details of the Founding of the Fort. He had passed through the area with the Dodge-Leavenworth Expedition in 1834.
Trading Gate, interior, the Natives were kept in this smaller area and never allowed into the main Fort.
The Watch Tower Interior & Exterior:
Private Dwelling Door:
Check out the History of Ft Collins, Ft Morgan, Bent’s Fort and there are more Forts, some even were military…………