Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Apr 22, 2021.
Ft. Worden, Port Townsend. Same details on 150mm.
Big tree in the neighborhood that my lovely wife spotted. 150mm.
Now for a little color, Fuji Provia 100F, 90mm Grandagon. Wild apple tree near Walla Walla, WA.
Starbuck (no "s"), WA.
Windmills above Waitsburg, WA.
That's it for me!
You inspired me to order 10 sheets of 4X5 TXP yesterday.
I lied. This one is on the edge of good enough.
Palouse Falls, near Starbuck, WA.
Today's posts inspired you yesterday? I'm good, but not a time traveler! ;-)
Actually earlier posts but today's reminded me.
Here are some from the Olympus OM-4 with it's winder fitted, making it a much more pleasant camera to use for people like me with large, clumsy hands. The lens was the 35-105mm Zuiko Auto-Zoom f/3.5-4.5 and the film was Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in PMK Pyro.
Excellent results ..was this the the 35mm Distagon? I have an ML in this FL The original RTS is on my bucket list.. The example I have/had has gone south on me ...second curtain problems. You've really adopted the Pyro HD well!!
Thank you Chuck. Yes, the C/Y CZ Distagon 35/2.8. This seems to have morphed into my favourite lens.
Here are a couple more photos from Galveston, to Bolivar Peninsula (TX), into coastal Louisiana. All taken with my Voigtlander R3m, Perhaps the 40mm Nokton Classic MC lens? I THINK by now I had moved into Ektar 100. The weather was pure crap. Pouring rain, grey & dreary with lashing winds. Took the TX DOT ferry across leaving Galveston Island then stuck to back roads, smallest roads possible up to Lafayette.
Coastal Louisiana was hit by 6 or 7 hurricanes in 2020. The devastation is severe. Most folks are living in pop-up (spontaneously organized) RV camps. In the photo below there are a surprising number of ones intact. Generally speaking, I'd guess one in 10 houses survived Hurricane Season 2020.
The next day I bolted up to Baton Rouge on I-10, then hopped back onto smaller roads, making my way to Nashvilles eventually.
This is the I-10 bridge looking across the Mighty Mississippi River, at Baton Rouge. This was a vertical 35mm photo which I cropped to a square image.
@Ricochetrider, If I remember my full size Chevrelets, that vehicle you posted an image of on page one of this thread looks like a 1975 Caprice. That was the next to last year of that body style before they went to a smaller body. The 1976 models had rectangular headlamps.
Zeiss Super Ikonta 530/15, adapted to 120 film.
CZJ 12cm f/4.5 Tessar, Fomapan 100
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