Shots from Longwood Gardens and West Chester.
Always a good spot to see how lenses work out.
The day after completing Algonquin, we stayed around Keene.
Day 2 saw a quick and easy hike up Baxter Mountain.
The weather is beautiful; unfortunately for these subjects, their time was over mid-week.
More from West Chester, on Fuji 800Z.
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?
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.
Do you remember slide shows, in an actual projector? Fuji Provia 400X is a “chrome”, or a color positive image, instead of a negative like most film.
I decided to take another walk around Longwood Gardens to see how the orchids are doing. As usual, I spent time with the calla lilies and the silver room, too.
These are scans of real film, all the way to the sprocket holes. This is from a quick Sunday visit to Longwood Gardens. Taken with my F100, and both my 200mm f/4 macro and SMC Takumar 100mm f/4 macro.