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No mud here, just snow as we had another storm last night. Truthfully, though, the images we will see this coming week are from the real 'snowpocalypse' in early February. March was a dry month until Thursday night.
Of course, BAAAD ME, I did not write down the exposure info. But I did record the camera that I used and the film type (T-Max 100), so I can guess that the one above was taken on the metered values and the one below overexposed 1-2 stops. Probably both at f/8 with my Tamron Zoom Lens on the Minolta SRT-202.
A bit of an off week, as nothing really turned out well. I guess after much success I had to hit a dry spell. But here is what I salvaged:
Driving to Boulder. Provia 400, a bit over exposed. I'll be changing to ISO 100 color films for our bright spring and summer sun.
Another shot at the Flatirons Panorama. This time 2 mages (last week was a photomerge of 4 images). I'll still be working on getting unique perspectives on the Flatirons for the 52 Rolls Project. But for now I am done with the panorama attempts.