Thursday, June 28, 2012

Timp Meadow, Film Favorite to Digital Delight

The Wasatch Mountains are the most common scenic distraction for me by far over the years.

On the left, a snapshot envisioned while hiking back from the summit of Mt Timpanogos, and then almost carefully composed after retracing a few steps and taking a few steps off the trail (I still wish the whole shelter were included).  Taken some time in the mid 1990's, captured on an Olympus Infinity Jr 35mm point n shoot with Kodak Gold film no doubt.  A shoe box favorite ever since getting the prints back, often residing in a frame on a desk or dresser, and blown up large on the wall.
On the right, a re-shoot just about the same time of the season, late in the evening while en route to the summit (eventually), captured on July 2010 with my Olympus E-510 DSLR and 12-60mm zoom lens.

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