I only had shot about 18 total frames on that roll, and roughly a third of them were obviously unusable even before scanning. A few of them worked quite well, though. It had been awhile since I shot any PanF+, and I had forgotten how much I loved that tiny grain structure when developed in d-76.
These images are from two different locations: Astoria, on the upper left hand corner of Oregon, and McNary Dam on the Columbia River, which is only about 10 miles from my house and a place where I frequently take my camera.
|From our trip to Astoria last summer, and wishing I had brought my 70-210mm with me.|
|A fish ladder at McNary Park.|
|PanF+ works a lot better out of the bright sun.|
|I have no idea why I set these up like this.|
|Another view from Astoria. Pity we didn't have good clouds on this trip.|