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    Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Greetings:

    Winter is my favorite time of the year and I love winter photos.

    So I'm starting this thread hoping others will show some of their favorites.

    This one in my town center at midnight during our Dec 26-27 storm. Snow was flying fiercely and I used my body to block the wind against my Tachihara.

    Resulting sharpness was quite a surprise.

    Bob G.
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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Bob, very nice image; has a particular charm about it.

    Nate Potter, Austin TX.

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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Potter View Post
    Bob, very nice image; has a particular charm about it.

    Nate Potter, Austin TX.
    Thanks Nate. Given the heavy wind and blowing snow I really didn't expect it to come out.

    When I left the house at 11 PM there was a lull in the storm that I had been waiting for all day. But the snow drifts were deep and the usually 15-minute walk took more than half an hour. And by the time I set up the conditions had changed and the snow was blowing again.

    But given all the effort I shot 8-sheets of various film anyway... 4 each in two different locations.

    The previous image f8 @ 15-sec on outdated 4x5-inch PRT that I bought from a member here last month.

    The one attached in this post the same exposure on RDP II.

    All taken with a 135-mm SA that I also bought from another member here.

    And I was pleasantly surprised when the film came back from the lab. Both are keepers.

    Cheers. Bob G.
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    Winter yes. Wonderland ...perhaps not. 135mm Wolly on Acros 100.
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    An oldie but goodie (for me anyway). One of my favorite places on Earth... Northern Maine. Feb 1997.

    Fuji 6x9-cm on Scala 200.

    Bob G.
    All natural images are analog. But the retina converts them to digital on their way to the brain.

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    Here are a couple of mine I shot about 3 winters ago. I too love shooting in the winter!
    All shot with my trusty 4X5 Speed Graphic.
    Keith

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    The Merced River in Yosemite, Dec. 2008.




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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Hey Jeffrey - nice winter image. Even looks familiar? Can't figure out why though

    I think Yosemite after a winter snow storm defines the term "winter wonderland." This is from Jan 2010. Backdrop is of course El Capitan.

    Mods - wouldn't this fit better in Image Sharing?


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    Lon:

    I started it here so smaller formats could be posted.

    But if it can be moved I have no objections.

    These on Kodachrome PKR-120. Widelux 1500, f11 @ 1/60, Patterson Falls, Patterson, NJ... where Samuel Colt invented the 45 Colt Revolver.

    Bob G.
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    Wow everyone, some beautiful images.

    @Lon and Jeffrey: Wonderful detail, a definite treat.

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