Another Dinosaur

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It’s true, I’ve posted a lot of these.

Here is yet another take on this classic. I like the dark tones and the prominence of orange and blue, along with the slightly distorted wide-angle perspective.

I am headed off to the desert tomorrow (armed with plenty of film of all kinds) for a week’s worth of backpacking, so I hope to return at the end of the week with all sorts of interesting things (hopefully photos- interesting stories about brawling with the TSA about hand checking my Portra 800 or finding more light leaks are not the sort of interesting things I hope to return with). This is a part of the country (and really a world landscape type) I have never seen before, so it’s anyone’s guess what I’m in for.
You know you’re a photographer when you sacrifice precious pack space (and weight) for a camera, two lenses, and roughly ten rolls of film (the final roster has yet to be determined, but I’m planning on carrying everything from Velvia to APX400 to the now-dead 100UC).

This particular shot is another remnant from the days of my Pentax digital SLR, which has been sold off.

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2 responses to “Another Dinosaur

  1. chloë

    all your colour film has a vintage feel to it
    where do you find these cars, by the way(?)
    you must have a keen eye for them 🙂
    it almost looks autumy there, though isn’t it winter(?)

    your adventure sounds exciting & i’m sure you’re in for some suprises along the way
    i look forward to checking in when you’re back & more so at looking at your photographs

    take care

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