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    Re: post your trees!

    . . St. Cloud, Washington
    Pioneer Apple Orchard. St. Cloud a historic settlement on the banks of the Columbia River, near Skamania, Washington

    . . St. Cloud, Washington by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Neg# PLOR 007. K.B. Canham 8x20" camera, 335mm, Yg filter, HP5 film. 2000

    More here... Neg# PLOR 007. K.B. Canham 8x20" camera, 335mm, Yg filter, HP5 film. 2000

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Curtis View Post
    Our viewing pleasure indeed, very nice Vaughn.
    Thanks, Alan.

    The horizontal version developed last night. The sun had started to set over the ridge by the time I made this exposure. I am definitely leaning towards the vertical, though.
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    Did my usual trip up to Scotland in Feb, have one that might just fit here. MPP Microtechnical 4x5 using Kodak Ektar
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    An old 4X5 Graflex in working shape. It has a Cooke 6" Series II, so an excellent lens. I took it on a firewood trip and used the old film that came with it.
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    Re: post your trees!

    THAT is a v. cool shot, Jim.

    Les

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    Vaughn: I am quite fond of the vertical one as well.
    Where are we going?
    And why are we in this handbasket?


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    Poperinge (Belgium) in the grounds of the Louvie domain. DIY fix focus camera 125mm f/16 (yellow filter), CHS II 100 in ID11.
    Expert in non-working solutions.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    An old 4X5 Graflex in working shape. It has a Cooke 6" Series II, so an excellent lens. I took it on a firewood trip and used the old film that came with it.
    Dueling trees, captured perhaps at the beginning of rutting season? In any event, a winner. Not too many photos of trees feel whimsical-that's a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerosene Hat View Post
    Dueling trees, captured perhaps at the beginning of rutting season? In any event, a winner. Not too many photos of trees feel whimsical-that's a good thing.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Thanks. Now for something different. I wanted to try shooting up into my favorite tree in the backyard at night (again). I made this image with a 47mm XL a few weeks ago, but thought the Aero Ektar might be an interesting experiment.

    The exposure was 4 hours, on T-Max 100 semi-stand developed in Pyrocat:



    That is way too cool!!!


    Funny story - I grabbed the camera after this exposure and went to climb back up the hill (we have a very steep backyard) and the camera somehow fell off the tripod. I put the camera on it in the dark and I think I had the hexagonal plate slightly cockeyed. The camera starts bouncing down the hill and I was sure it was going to go all the way down and splash into the creek that runs through the bottom of the ravine. But luckily it slammed into that tree in the photograph and stopped. A close call! Not a hint of damage and the lens, which is just glued onto the lensboard, stayed put, so I guess that was a good test of the glue strength...
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