I’ve decided to do a black and white week, starting with this image taken from Bear Mountain a couple of years ago. This is from a wide ledge about halfway up one of the most popular trails to the mountain top.
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This View From Bear Mountain was taken from an large ledge outcropping maybe 1/3 t 1/2 of the way to the summit. I actually found it preferable to the higher view point for photography purposes. This was taken a little more than a year ago last October on a Sunday afternoon when I drove up to the park […]
I shared a black and white version of this exact image just a day or two after I captured in back in October. This is a small lake called Hessian Lake that sits at the base of the mountain at Bear Mountain State park in Harriman, New York. I had just climbed down from […]
I think the light leaks happened when I took the film out of the camera. It’s preferable to thinking they happened in the camera, anyway, and I’m still waiting for the next roll I took with that camera to get developed. I very much like this otherwise. It’s Fuji Velvia 100 slide film, 120 […]
As an alternative to hiking up Bear Mountain, you can drive, and even if you hike you are likely to spend a bit of your hike either crossing or even on the road to the summit. For me, the last 100 yards or so to the top were on the paved road, and when […]