I was driving from Susanville, CA to Klamath Falls, OR and saw this abandoned homestead off the roadway. I’m not sure if the tree is still alive, since it was early in the spring and a fairly high elevation. It is still an active cattle ranch. Hopefully, the family that homesteaded was able to continue ownership.
Heading back to the motel after freezing up at the Bristlecones (it was 39 degrees F with a 20mph wind blowing), we returned down the access road and down to Hwy 395 just outside of the town of Big Pine. I saw some great clouds over the Sierras … and a nice pasture scene in the foreground, so pulled off the side of the road and grabbed the camera.
This is a slightly different view of the shed on Mead Road on Marrowstone Island that I posted several days ago. This one was with a digital camera.
It didn’t involve nearly the work to remove all the dust spots that the scan of the negative required.
- Camera: Fujifilm X100V
- ISO 160 1/900 sec f/5.6
View along the Little River Road outside Port Angeles, looking south to the Olympic Mountains near Hurricane Ridge. Not sure which I like better, the color or black and white.
- Camera: Hasselblad 500C/M
- Lens: 80mm Zeiss Planar
A fall visit to the farmer’s market is a lot different than the mid-summer visits. In Port Townsend, the crowd is down … not so many tourists. The veggies and fruits are different, too. An interesting variety of root veggies, squash and other fall harvest offerings. Click on the image of the Romanesco and you will notice the very interesting fractal-like shape. It’s also called Roman Cauliflower or Romanesco Broccoli.
Camera: Fujifilm GFX 50-R with Fujinon 63mm