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Thread: Purisima Creek Trail

  1. #1

    Join Date
    Jul 2008

    Purisima Creek Trail

    Don't do this very often, had my other "half" do a trip here.. not far from home, still a challenge for me to try (with help) at this place in time.
    TK23s is lower weight and all compared to the 5x7 Norma, bit easier to deal with. 10 frames (120 roll) used up most of the afternoon.

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  2. #2

    Join Date
    May 2015
    SooooCal/LA USA

    Re: Purisima Creek Trail

    What a splendid magical place!!!

    Great you are shooting large(r) format again!!!

    Keep it up...

    Steve K

  3. #3
    Tin Can's Avatar
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    Dec 2011

    Re: Purisima Creek Trail

    Yes, wonderful for you and your other

    Recovery is often long and slow

    Been there a few times

    only question



    Tin Can

  4. #4

    Join Date
    Jul 2013

    Re: Purisima Creek Trail

    I went out there 5 plus years ago for the first time with a group of LF shooters I met on meetup. I was quite pleased with the images I came back with on slide film. I was worried that it was going to be too dark and my exposures too long but that wasn't the case. I later went for a hike there on a rainy thanksgiving day. I did the loop trail which was wonderful. I only saw one other person that day and the feeling I got on that hike was that I was in another world.

  5. #5

    Re: Purisima Creek Trail

    Go Banana Slugs! A beautiful part of the world, but that wet footlog in the video makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up--think I'd coon that one if I didn't have caulks or my studded wading boots.

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    Drew Wiley
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    Sep 2008
    SF Bay area, CA

    Re: Purisima Creek Trail

    Glad that you can get out more. Hopefully I won't step on any banana slugs in the cloud forest tomorrow. But over the winter I did spot an amazing iridescent trail they left on a recently blackened portion of an old growth fir, which otherwise survived the fire.

    Back in my practical joke days, I crafted a slug out of greenish silicone caulk, and made a slime trail with vaseline across a secretary's desk onto her phone, where the faux slug was attached. When she got back from lunch I called her, watching from across the room. Quite a shriek.

  7. #7

    Join Date
    Dec 2014
    Iowa City, Iowa

    Re: Purisima Creek Trail

    Beautiful place, I need to get on a train sometime. I just realized it's been over a decade since I've been in a redwood forest. Magical!

  8. #8

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    Jul 2008

    Re: Purisima Creek Trail

    Made about 1/2 mile out of the parking lot,, then back with the TK23s and stuff on cart..

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    Will try again some time soon. Yes, film has been processed.

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