The Sand Man

The Sand Man

The Sand Man lives at Percival Landing in downtown Olympia. She is owned and operated by a non-profit group that works to protect her as a historic representation of the Puget Sound area. Before highways crossed the land, most travel was done by water and ships like the Sand Man were the backbone of the economy.

By the way, since this is the Sand Man, are you still supposed to use the feminine pronouns?

Quiet Evening Paddle

Quiet Evening Paddle

I have been going back through some images from some time ago … and adjusting the post-processing with the tools currently available in Lightroom. This one really popped out with adding some Texture and Dehaze.

Weed Study

Weed Study

This was shot with my old 35mm film camera … at Fort Worden State Part at one of the batteries. It was still early enough in the year that spring growth was still weeks in the future. I’m sure this grass will be growing again shortly.

Calla Lilies

Calla Lilies

These Calla Lilies are from my yard … and the image was taken with my old Minolta X-570. I used the 750 as my main camera for years until going digital in 2000. I still like the camera … and still like shooting film. I encourage you to find your old film camera (or a relatives) and give it a try. There are plenty of processing lab available with mail service … support your local photo lab!

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