Took a Sunday stroll along the now icy banks of the Knik River as it completes its 25-mile journey from the Knik Glacier into Cook Inlet.
Chamonix 045N-2, 210mm Caltar II-N, Ilford HP5+.
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Getting my “winter” playground ready. Going to be a long, cold one.
Check this out. Can’t wait ’til I start next year.
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Weekend project. Picked up this jogging stroller at a garage sale Friday. Modified it a bit to accept my Trekker AW, which straps in perfectly, holding my Afga Ansco 8×10, two lenses with boards, filters and other accessories. Bogen tripod, smaller AW bag holds my 14 inch Ektar and 19 inch Artar lenses. 10-film holder bag fits neatly underneath. Brake system for stopping on inclines. Glides smoothly on big 16-inch tires. Perfect for long treks along the coastal trails without breaking my back. Best 20 bucks I’ve ever spent.
Chamonix 045N-2, 210mm Caltar-II, TMax 400, f64/1 sec, D76 1:1.
The Chugach Mountains provide a scenic backdrop to the surrounding wetlands of the Palmer Hayflats.
Chamonix 045N-2, 300mm Nikkor-M. f45-1/15th sec, Polarizing filter, TMax 400, D76 1:1.
Chamonix 045N-2, 210mm Caltar II-N, f45-1/30th sec, Orange filter, TMax 400, D76 1:1.
The 250-mile long, 60-mile wide Chugach Mountains are the northernmost of the several mountain ranges that make up the Pacific Coast Ranges of the western edge of North America.
Chamonix 045N-2, 210mm Caltar II-N, Yellow filter, f45-1/30th sec, TMax 400, D76 1:1.