Mountain zen, or patience is its own reward

52 rolls

There is nothing like a mountain with 360 degree views, a field camera, multiple  lenses, sheets of black & white film, strong light, unseasonal temperatures and rising winds to pose a challenge for the photographer. Didthol or Pigeon House Mountain is such a place, where the winds and light mean adjusting aperture, exposure times and waiting with cable release in hand until a sudden drop in wind speed enables capture. Patience is its own reward.

Taken with Toyo 45CF Field Camera and Nikkor lenses on Kodak TMax 100 and developed in stock Xtol.

This week I will be going into hospital for more surgery, but still have a few rolls in hand.

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