Category Archives: photography

Underpass Art

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Camera: Kodak 66; Film: Kodak 120, Ektar 100


Niagara by Widelux

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Niagara River

Camera: Widelux F6; Film: Kodak 35mm, Ektar 100

 


Lake Life

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Camera: Leica M3, 135mm Leitz Lens; Film: Fujichrome 35mm, Velvia 100 

 


Niagara across the river

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Camera: Widelux; Film: Kodak 35mm, Ektar 100

 


Water Scooper

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Incoming

 

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Liftoff

 

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Heading back to the fire

Last summer, back in the days when I was volunteering to self-isolate, I was out at a lake cabin and happened to see a wildfire gets its start from lightning.

The following day, a pair of water scoopers showed up at the lake.  They would fly overhead, bank around the lake, skim across the top of the lake, picking up their load of water, then take off again to fly back to the fire.  The two aircraft made the roundtrip from fire to lake to fire, all day long.

Camera: Leica M3; Lens: Leitz 135mm; Film: Fujichrome, 35mm, Velvia100 

 


Peter Pan

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Peter Pan Seafoods; Naknek, Alaska

 

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Peter Pan Alley

 

Camera: Leica M3; Film: Fujichrome 35mm, Velvia 100

 


The Hilton: Naknek

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Camera: Leica M3; Film: Fujichrome 35mm, Velvia 100

 

 


One Lonely Tree

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Along Kvichak Bay; Naknek, Alaska

 

Camera: Leica M3; Film: Fujichrome 35mm, Velvia 100 


Griz along the Dalton

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An old shot, but in keeping with wildlife week here between The Circles, I dug it out of the archives.  This was on my first drive up Alaska’s famed Haul Road, also known as the Dalton Highway.

Camera: Canon Canonet 28; Film: Kodak 35mm

 


One last Quest Run

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Yukon Quest Start 2020

Camera: Leica M3; Film: Fujichrome 35mm, Velvia 100