These are color positives – chromes – taken on Fuji Provia 400X in my back yard and neighbors’ yards.
Yesterday’s forecast was dead wrong. Fortunately my flowers didn’t hear it.
Is it spring yet?
My new camera takes negatives that are 6cm x 7cm, which are over four times bigger than 35mm film.
I like magnolias because they’re unafraid to be the first ones out, and they’re more of a rugged beauty than the delicate ones who follow.
Similar to my last walk around Longwood Gardens with my medium format camera, this time with negative color film instead of positive. These are all 16 shots from the roll.
Last week I went to Bristol, Tennessee (and Virginia). Bristol is split right down the middle of State Street, with half in TN and the other half in VA.
West Chester, the county seat of Chester County, has some great neo-classical architecture to go along with its quirky small town charm.
I had my film camera with me yesterday as well. This is with Kodak T-Max 3200 shot at EI3200, which shows you how dark it was!
Hundreds showed up from A Hero’s Welcome and the Warriors’ Watch to welcome back another 300 troops. This time, the Warriors’ Watch provided an escort from the Philadelphia airport to Fort Dix.
Despite the threat of the nor’easter coming our way, 50 patriots showed up in Philly at midnight to welcome back 300 returning soldiers.