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Posted By: reh321, 07-12-2018, 07:35 PM

Recently, my family has gone to Greenfield Village, basically a living history project started by Henry Ford, almost every recent year. However, 1988, the first time I took my wife {and our older daughter,who was just one year old} is the only time I've been there in the Autumn. I took this picture then, and have come to appreciate it more over the years.


note: The system here allows me to select ISO numbers up to 204,800, but it won't allow me to specify that this was taken with Kodachrome 25.

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That's a nice Fall image, a few moth ago I started to digitize some of my slide collection dating back to 1954, mostly Kodachrome 25 and later Ektachrome. It's quite a job but I'll keep plugging away at it. Thanks for posting this one.
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Good rendition from slide. that is often a challenge. Gives the tone of autumn.
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QuoteOriginally posted by reh321 Quote
Recently, my family has gone to Greenfield Village, basically a living history project started by Henry Ford, almost every recent year. However, 1988, the first time I took my wife {and our older daughter,who was just one year old} is the only time I've been there in the Autumn. I took this picture then, and have come to appreciate it more over the years.


note: The system here allows me to select ISO numbers up to 204,800, but it won't allow me to specify that this was taken with Kodachrome 25.
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That's a nice Fall image, a few moth ago I started to digitize some of my slide collection dating back to 1954, mostly Kodachrome 25 and later Ektachrome. It's quite a job but I'll keep plugging away at it. Thanks for posting this one.
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Only when I visited the village in May and took a photo similar to this did I realize how much the Spring and Autumn views differed
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QuoteOriginally posted by reh321 Quote
Recently, my family has gone to Greenfield Village, basically a living history project started by Henry Ford, almost every recent year. However, 1988, the first time I took my wife {and our older daughter,who was just one year old} is the only time I've been there in the Autumn. I took this picture then, and have come to appreciate it more over the years.


note: The system here allows me to select ISO numbers up to 204,800, but it won't allow me to specify that this was taken with Kodachrome 25.
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Very good.
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The community tree?
I think the sheep just huddled together, and the tree just happened to be there.
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