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    That looks like Fort Rock, Austin. Interesting place. I stopped by and checked this summer in the middle of the - hot - day. We should be able to pitch a tent there.

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    That's right, Fort Rock. It is interesting. I understand that most of this area was once covered by water and that Fort Rock would have been a kind of atoll. There were Native American sandals discovered in a cave near there that date back many thousands of years.

    On this day, it was quite cold-the seasons are definitely changing!

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    Why is it that I always know a Granger image before I read the credit line? I want to be him when I grow up.
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    I know Austin Granger and Ken Lee photo before reading any words too.

    This is in a new preserve within walking distance of my house. It started pouring rain about ten minutes after this photo, but I was able to stash my Rolleiflex in my daughter's backpack to keep it dry. I like the way the background renders, the various dark tree shapes, the light tones and shapes of the rotting tree, the textures throughout. Essentially every inch of the photo is contributing to the whole in some way. I kinda know how the tones will come out as tmy2 is the only B&W film I use in the Rolleiflex and I shoot plenty of woods with it.


    img977 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    I know Austin Granger and Ken Lee photo before reading any words too.

    This is in a new preserve within walking distance of my house. It started pouring rain about ten minutes after this photo, but I was able to stash my Rolleiflex in my daughter's backpack to keep it dry. I like the way the background renders, the various dark tree shapes, the light tones and shapes of the rotting tree, the textures throughout. Essentially every inch of the photo is contributing to the whole in some way. I kinda know how the tones will come out as tmy2 is the only B&W film I use in the Rolleiflex and I shoot plenty of woods with it.


    img977 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr
    Interesting subject Jason. Well composed and the focus is spot on.

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    Thanks Bill, you are too kind.

    Thanks Jason. I like your picture above and agree that everything is working together.

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    Another "gold star" Austin.
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    1932 Ford photographed with my 1933 Rolleicord Art Deco. I was thinking the Rolleicord was 1932 as well but I mixed up my dates, it's my Rolleiflex Standard that is 1932. Oh well.

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