Thursday, October 27, 2016

Though I missed the morning mist rising from the water, I liked the sun floating on it.  (Film)

Thursday, October 20, 2016

I passed this place returning from the mountains in Georgia a couple weeks ago, but didn't have time to make careful photographs.  Today I drove the 85 miles back there.  The place is Fargo, but I don't know the name of this stream.  (Film)

Friday, October 7, 2016

While waiting for Hurricane Matthew to do its thing, I developed another roll of film that had a few more exposures from our sojourn in the Georgia mountains.  As I recall, I had changed lenses from the 45mm to the 135mm (very wide to light tele in medium format) and concentrated on close up details of which there were quite a few.  There was surprisingly little water when we were there compared to pictures I've seen on line .  That was a good thing as far as allowing rock details to be seen.  (film, of course!)

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

I've never seen pumpkins in the kind of abundance and variety available at Burt's Farm just outside of Amicalola Falls State Park in the mountains of Georgia.  When you enter the property, there are scores of wheelbarrows to carry a huge pumpkin or a collection of smaller pumpkins one can purchase.  This photograph depicts less than 10% of what's available in a vast range of sizes and colors.  If you want a distilled concentration of autumnal symbols, the place to find them is Burt's!  (Film)

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Susan and I spent several wonderful days in the mountains of northern Georgia.  For me, being in an environment that is so like the Hudson Valley was deeply rewarding.  I won't compare the two places more specifically than to say that one reminds me of and evokes the other.  These three views are of Minnehaha Falls that are not easily accessible, but well worth the short, steep hike after driving on a gravelly dirt road for several miles.  (All are film)