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Art Gallery, Page 6:  Autumn Foliage (Film)


            

       

Lately I've felt more of a sense of immediacy to get out there and record some of the wild places for posterity.  At the current course of development, these beautiful places will change irreversibly. 

It's up to this generation to make the effort to preserve our wild places.

I  hope you enjoy my work.

 





156.



Same scene as #101, but shot on 35mm slide film (Kodak Elite Chrome 100). 

156. 
8"x12" print, matted and framed in a 12"x16" gallery frame


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157.




Film:  Kodak Elite Chrome Extra Color 100

157. 
8"x12" print, matted and framed in a 12"x16" gallery frame.



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103.



Shot on Fujichrome Velvia 100 film (6x6 format), October 9, 2011.

#103. 
10"x10" square print, matted and framed in a 14"x14" gallery frame


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104.



A rather stark view with rust-brown foliage.

Film:  Fujichrome Velvia 100 film (6x6 format).


#104. 
10"x10" square print / 14"x14" gallery frame



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155.



It's November, and this year, some trees still hold onto their leaves: now shades of burnt orange, deep red, and dark yellow.  The air is getting chilly, and winter will be here soon.  And yet, somehow the colors-- the sky, perhaps, and the green-- give a hopeful feel to this one.

Film:  Kodak Elite Chrome Extra Color 100, a truly great (but now-discontinued) film.

155.   November's Last Color, Part I.
8"x12" print, matted and framed in a 12"x16" gallery frame



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November's Last Color, Part II



Red oak leaves against a blue sky.  There were about three inches of snow on the ground this day.

Film:  Fujichrome Velvia 100 (6x6 cm format).

158.  November's Last Color, Part II
10"x10" print, matted and framed in a 14"x14" gallery frame



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159.




Today, the majority of light fixtures waste most of their light (and energy) scattering it up into the atmosphere, where it causes light pollution.   It really wouldn't be that difficult or expensive to use dark-sky-friendly light fixtures.    I wonder sometimes if we'll have a generation that doesn't know what it's like to look up at night and see the stars.

Film:  400 color negative (35mm)


159. 
8"x12" print, matted and framed in a 12"x16" gallery frame



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More Gallery Pages

Art Gallery, Page 1

Art Gallery, Page 2
Art Gallery, Page 3:  Scenery in Black & White
Art Gallery, Page 4:  Waterfalls
Art Gallery, Page 5:  Fall Foliage (part 1)
Art Gallery, Page 6   (this page)
Art Gallery, Page 7:  Fall Foliage (part 3)
Art Gallery, Page 8:  Instant Film


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