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11-14-2020, 07:17 AM   #15451
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Yikes. Is that from the fire areas this summer?

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Yikes. Is that from the fire areas this summer?
Yes, the Oregon wildfires. This was a store along the highway on the first day they opened it up for travel. I've been waiting to shoot up another roll of FP4 before developing it (I like to do 2 at a time). Note the trees in the pictures. In this area, it was a 'flash' fire. It came sweeping through real fast without burning many of the trees completely. And something really strange was what looked like the random nature of the fire too. You would constantly see homes right next to each other with one untouched by fire and the other completely gone.





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Nice framing!
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Yes, the Oregon wildfires. This was a store along the highway on the first day they opened it up for travel. I've been waiting to shoot up another roll of FP4 before developing it (I like to do 2 at a time). Note the trees in the pictures. In this area, it was a 'flash' fire. It came sweeping through real fast without burning many of the trees completely. And something really strange was what looked like the random nature of the fire too. You would constantly see homes right next to each other with one untouched by fire and the other completely gone.





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Excellent images. The fires caused so much damage. Glad you are documenting this for the future.

Thanks for sharing,
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Three short landscapes with 645Z and Carl Zeiss Jena Bm 120mm f 2.8 @ f 2.8.
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Super capture...but kind of creepy. Real creepy. Wicker man creepy.

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One from back in January 2018. Rhossili, South Wales


Z and 28 - 45, 1146 seconds



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One from back in January 2018. Rhossili, South Wales


Z and 28 - 45, 1146 seconds

Beautiful image. The light is lovely.

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Beautiful image. The light is lovely.

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Thank you. The light is from a pretty full moon.



Looking towards the out of sight Worm's Head...

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Yes, the Oregon wildfires. This was a store along the highway on the first day they opened it up for travel. I've been waiting to shoot up another roll of FP4 before developing it (I like to do 2 at a time). Note the trees in the pictures. In this area, it was a 'flash' fire. It came sweeping through real fast without burning many of the trees completely. And something really strange was what looked like the random nature of the fire too. You would constantly see homes right next to each other with one untouched by fire and the other completely gone.





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While the devastation and lose is sad, the images are stunning in b&w. Nice work!

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Those colors and imagery are fantastic! Thanks for sharing.
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While the devastation and lose is sad, the images are stunning in b&w. Nice work!
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