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San Rafael Reef by six-something San Rafael Reef by six-something
San Rafael Reef and Waystation alonf I-70 In Utah. Working with my ideas of shooting landscapes with attention given to include man-made objects within the scene. Not just well used "acceptable" objects like rusty barns and windmills, but modern stuff like a `93 Dodge Intrepid and a freeway. (it will look a lot cooler in 100 years)

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Camera: Graphlex 4x5 Anniversary Speed Graphic
Lens: 135mm Wollensak Raptar
Film: 4x5 Kodak Tri-X 320 Pro drenched in Diafine.
Red Filtration.
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:iconanonymousphotography:
that place is soo gorgeous,it surprises me you choose to do it in black and white... nice shot though, the sky and shadows it creates over the swell is a nice touch
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collectiveone Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2007
Amazing B+W! Really has a power to it! Nice work! ;)
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Sygate Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2006
This is nice.. Lots of thing to look at and find.
Nice perspective and Composition.
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Dunuo-Coeptus Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2005
this is amazing. film has so much more soul than digital and this proves it yet again. i agree bout including the element of man. were everywhere whether we like it or not.
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sacredspace Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2005  Professional Photographer
Truely amazing contrast! :clap: Was that due to the chemicals?
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roxya1 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like the contrast of natural features and man made features. The cars look so tiny in comparison to the massive rock.
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krush Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2005
Lovely b&w, Tetxture is awesome..
Great contrast !
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sahroe Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2005   Photographer
I think it looks pretty damn cool now! =D You managed to minimize the cars, and the curve of the freeway seems almost natural in a way. That ridge really dominates the photo and in the process puts the road in its place too, you know? I love it. So... silver. (the only silver photo I ever got was one of a pigeon on the sidewalk. ;P)
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xenomanic Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2005  Professional General Artist
wow, you could just crop off that parking lot and sell the rest! i love those rocks and that wonderful contrasty sky. great work! ^^
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brilliance Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2005
Quite a gorgeous landscape with amazing contrast.
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