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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by CreationBear View Post
    Excellent, I imagine you could spend a lot time exploring that part of the world--but maybe only between December and early March. FWIW, "The Congarees" was really the crossroads of the "back parts" of Carolina, lying as it did at the junction of the Catawba and Cherokee trading paths--John Lawson's A New Voyage to Carolina might spark your imagination for your next trip there.
    Thanks for the suggestion! I am used to hiking in south GA / north FL in the summers (a.k.a. every month not in those ranges ) so I am used to the heat/humidity/mosquitoes. I would love to see the algae bloom at this park and wade through the cypress.

    Here's one more from later in the day, on the elevated boardwalk area:



    And now, a very different landscape - taken the next day on my return drive through GA - a photo from Warwoman Dell recreation area:

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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Love those Acros images, Corran, especially the shadows in early morning ones. I'll have to give that film a try, if and when the wind ever lets up here in Coastal CA.
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    I am used to hiking in south GA / north FL in the summers
    That's pretty metal, especially under a dark cloth. At any rate, if you're rolling back through William Bartram country, Panthertown Valley is a special place.

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    Thanks Bill! And thanks CB for the heads-up - I am often travelling around Greenville and that appears to be just over the state line in NC, and only a few dozen miles from where that image I posted above was taken (Warwoman Dell). Always looking for more hiking trails .
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    Some images from Foster Falls, part of South Cumberland Recreational Area in between Chattanooga and Nashville, TN. All with my Mercury and 38mm XL, as usual.







    That's it for my 6x9 images, hope no one minded my deluge of photographs. Now I need to decide which to make prints of...
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    Nice framing of the falls in the first photo.

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    Thanks David. Nice one Simon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Some images from Foster Falls, part of South Cumberland Recreational Area
    That's a great trip--the first one ticks all the boxes, but for some reason I suspect the second will make the most satisfying print for you. Otherwise, if you get the chance and have a little time, Savage Gulf a bit north of there is great to explore as well. I will warn you though that a summer thunderstorm will turn that sandstone to glass--hard Vibram soles had me doing the "hog on ice" thing for miles.

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    Yes I like that one a lot. I will have to see if a large print will properly convey the huge rock wall. Really neat place. I saw Savage Gulf on the map, there's a lot of places in that area that look great. Next trip...
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