Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

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The Roof

We might be on a roll. Let’s see if this sticks. Here is an entry for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge, which is Horizon. Perhaps it is a slightly different take, but it jumped out at me.

This was taken at the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, WA. I used Fuji Neopan 400 with a yellow filter. I really like the B&W shots I’ve taken with a yellow filter. I need to remember to put it back on the next time I shoot black and white!

Film swap with Inge – round 2!

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flowers mingle across the Atlantic

Flowers mingle across the Atlantic.

I did another film swap with my friend Inge last month. I’ve been meaning to post the results but, honestly, my blogging mojo has fallen by the wayside. I am having a really hard time finding the motivation to write in general lately. I am hoping that today’s post with get the old blogging juices flowing again.

This time around I sent a roll of film overseas to Inge. I shot my roll at Bagby Hotsprings, the day I write about in this blog post, actually. She decided to shoot the roll while she was on vacation in Germany. The results are really cool! Here are a few more of my favorites:

Forage

Graffitied Chateau

The man in the house

My husband is the man in the house.

waterfall/castle

These are always lots of fun. It’s so interesting to see how everything shakes out when you get the images back.

If you are interested in doing a film swap with me I’d love it! Let me know in the comments!

Girl In a Wetsuit

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New blog post on Pinhole Obscura about an interesting sculpture I visited in Vancouver B.C.

Pinhole Obscura

Girl In The Wetsuit

Girl In a Wetsuit is a statue in Vancouver, B.C.’s Stanley Park taken after the famous Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen, Denmark. Because the original is still under copyright until 2029, it can’t be reproduced. Vancouver decided to avoid legal action by modernizing it, making The Little Mermaid a diver instead. I like the idea!

My photo is, sadly, one of the disadvantages of not having a camera with a lens. I like the ambiance, but you can’t see what this is a photo of specifically. Here is a photo that will give you a better look at the detail.

Camera: Zero 2000
Exposure time: 5 seconds
Film: Portra 160
Pinhole: 0.18mm
Focal Length: 25mm
ISO: 160
Aperture: f138
Dev: C-41 by Lab
Scan:Epson V500

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