I once photographed a row of buses in Myrtle Point. I thought this would work out better; the 85mm Culminar would have been a better choice.
I finally have some frames with my vintage signs in Reno, inspired by the talented Nick Leonard.
Home motel on lost love’s avenue
I finally downloaded some images from the infrared D5000. I love clouds.
I hiked once, precisely, once, since I left Oregon. It was the short trail at the Huffaker Hills.
One thing I haven’t figured out is what to do for close up shots. I am guessing that extension tubes is the way to go. At 1.1m, the IIIf isn’t good for photographing lizards. Here I think I gave up after about 5 frames and just went for the cool rock. There may be a lizard here.
This was the night where after a half mile in my steel-toed, 8-year-old work boots, I took them off and returned barefoot.
The bokeh is nice on the old Summitar. This is a frame that I forgot to focus. After not having fresh photographs to work with, I’m excited for even stuff like this.
The next day. . .
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