Fall on the Pipeline

The pipeline is a nice little trail down by the James River in the city of Richmond. You literally walk on the pipeline as the pipe is suspended over the river for away’s before it goes in the ground further up stream. If you want to swim in the summer I know some people go down there as well.

Taken with a Fujica AX-3 with 50mm f1.6DM lens on Velvia 50.



Expired Velvia at Peaks of Otter

Peaks of Otter is a little destination in the mountains along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. There is a lodge and a camping ground surrounded by 3 mountains. In the image below the lodge is on the lake and Sharp top is standing tall behind it. It is a nice place and depending when you go might be very busy. When you get the opportunity also drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway, it is very beautiful in every part.

Taken with Vogitlander Bessa R4M on expired Velvia 100


Here is another photograph taken with the film looking out from the Blue Ridge Parkway.


Thanks for looking.

Fallen apples at Carter Mountain

Carter Mountain is like a staple weekend trip for the people I know in the fall time. You can drive up the mountain and pick apples straight from the tree. It can be a great time but you eventually realize that you have way to many apples in your bag and feel bad to waste them.

Taken with Fujica AX-3 at 50mm 1.4 on Fuji Velvia 50 film


Expired Film at Big Meadows

So I went up to Big Meadows in Shenandoah National Park back at the beginning of November. I was with some family and we had a great time and I brought a few cameras to get a variety of photographs on various formats and films. The colors were mostly gone in the trees but the reds in the meadows showed well. Fall in the park is a magical thing indeed.

Taken with Voigtlander Bessa R4M on expired Velvia 100


There was much gold in the fields as well…