Category Archives: Oregon
Not sure why I am attracted to making images of abandoned buildings. It seems whenever we hit the backroads of Oregon we come across these relics. I always wonder who lived there, how old is the place and why was … Continue reading
Hitting the road again in Oregon looking for abandoned buildings and relics using my Hasselblad 500CM and Kodak film. Happy hunting. And Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Drive safely. No photo is worth your life.
My husband and I inherited some glass slides/negatives and I am slowly scanning them. I am guessing that these were taken around the turn of the 20th century…late 1890’s and early 1900’s. We think most of these were taken in … Continue reading
Sometimes the first roll of film through a new camera doesn’t come out exactly as you expected. This was the case with my new Reality So Subtle 6×6 pinhole camera. I am not new to pinhole photography and have at … Continue reading
Back in September my husband and I spent some time around Fort Rock, in Southern Oregon. We had never spent any time there and so spent a week driving down dirty, rocky back roads. We discovered beautiful landscapes, rock formations … Continue reading
Most weekends you might find me driving back roads to places I have never been before. Just taking off with no real destination in mind is something my husband and I enjoy doing. A couple of weeks ago we decided … Continue reading