Here are some of my scans from the drive across Highway 120 to Strawberry Music Fest. First up, a pair of Instax 210 prints as I headed up Tioga pass.
Next I stopped at Tenaya Lake and grabbed one with the Hasselblad.
I was shooting a roll through my Leica IIIf too. The light was great and there was a lot to take in. I thought I could make it to Tuolumne Meadows before it was too dark and shoot some there. There were only the brief moments to hop out.
The next day I was at the festival having slept in my car up some random road north and west of the park entrance. I wandered around at about noon:
Camp Mather is quite a facility. I thought I could lay down on the tennis courts and get some ants in focus. But they were all shy and I settled for some pine needles.
Eventually I found my friends, watched main stage acts, and played music late into the night. The next day I grabbed these two:
Seconds before the often heard, “Is that a film camera?”
Here is some Leica magic.
The sarong background pattern, Bill’s face, and the bokeh of the summitar combine for a trippy effect.
There are quite a few more worthy instax shots, and at least this one infrared from the converted DSLR:
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