Random musings on Reformed Theology, fishing, scouting, camping, and life in general....
Sunday, March 18, 2007
Great Smoky Mountains National Park -- ca. 1970
Here are some additional scans of B&W negatives. All these were taken with a 35mm Argus C3 camera using Kodak infrared B&W film, ASA 10. Infrared film, in addition to requiring heavy filtration to keep out most of the visible light (I used a red filter here), is notoriously grainy.
Looking upstream in a deciduous forest. Note the white-looking foliage and ghostly appearance.
An old rail fence and pasture in Cades Cove
An old cabin and outbuilding in Cades Cove
I'm not sure where this photo was taken, but it is likely near Clingman's Dome