14 thoughts on “Bull of the Woods Wilderness (Black and White)

    1. It was a little waterfall tucked away behind our second night’s camp. I’ve never shot HP5 before so I can’t say for sure, but it seems like the film gives a subtle purple hue to the images — the sort of thing you could expect from toning a silver print with selenium. Appreciate your thoughts.

    1. Weird you say that about the memories — had I been in a more wordy mood, I would have mentioned how they look more like what I remember of the place than the place itself.

    1. Thanks, Carrie. Well, I’m sure you appreciate them more now that they’re more removed from you. I find myself forgetting that these opportunities are around because they’re so available.

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