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Wow, it is taken from almost same location. Yours are in summer but I can see the tree at left grows a bit in last 40 years.Inspired by Kinya's wonderful images from Zion, I started to dig through scans of old Superslides shot with my Hasselblad on a trip I took through the U.S. Southwest in the summer of 1978. Below is an image that must've been taken from a position very close to Kinya's image #2 (https://www.getdpi.com/forum/medium...67-technical-camera-images-92.html#post773422). I don't remember many details from the my trip of 40 years ago but I do have a vague recollection of being dumbstruck by Zion's beauty as I rounded each corner of the trail.
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Love this one! I must try an ND Grad one day...Finally picked up the camera again, for a few days in S~uffolk, the weather was not on my side, but it was great to be out in the elements again. Visited Shingle street again, the last visit the weather played havoc with my plans. It wasn't much better this time around the wind was cold and blustery to say the least. Still I came away with a couple of decent images.
Incoming Tide Shingle Street, Suffolk
Pentax 645Z 35mm ND Grad and CPL.
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So Neil Young was the one to complain about the noise. Hmmmm....Some from a charity gig I took a handful of photos at with the X1D XCD90 and Leica Q (not shown)
not my best or most exciting live music photos but happy to have them in the local paper
not THE Neil YoungSo Neil Young was the one to complain about the noise. Hmmmm....