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A New Day For General Grant

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Ulysses S. Grant Memorial
Washington, DC — March 2017
Sony a6300 + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM

This was shot shortly after the extensive renovation and restoration of the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial in Washington, DC.  It had been slowly falling into disrepair for decades, but now is in spectacular condition.

Desolate Island

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The rocks in Ennis Lake
Ennis, Montana — October 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM
Ilford Pan F Plus + T-MAX RS (stock) 4 minutes

Looks worth exploring.

In The Shadow Of Mammoth

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Twin Lakes
Mammoth Lakes, California — October 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM
Ilford Pan F Plus + T-MAX RS (stock) 4 minutes

Monochrome Textures

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A favorite tree along the C&O Canal
Seneca, Maryland — September 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM
Ilford Pan F Plus + T-MAX RS (stock) 4 minutes

Rotted Interior

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Abandoned cabin interior
Bodie, California — October 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM
Kodak Ektar 100 + Commercial C-41 color processing

The View From Tom’s Place

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The steps of the Jefferson Memorial, with the
Washington Monument in the background
Washington, DC — March 2017
Sony a6300 + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM

A dear friend of mine once referred to the Jefferson Memorial as “Tom’s Place”, and it’s a phrase that has stuck with me ever since.

Late Afternoon In The Last Best Place

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Looking toward Black Mountain
Cameron, Montana — October 2017
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM
Ilford Pan F Plus + T-MAX RS (stock) 4 minutes

This post was created and scheduled prior to my cancer surgery yesterday, as I will not be creating new content for at least a couple of days yet.

That’s Some View

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Abandoned cabins
Green River Lake, Wyoming — October 2017
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM
Ilford Pan F Plus + T-MAX RS (stock) 4 minutes

Can you imagine having that as the first thing you see when you pop out the front door first thing in the morning?  Wow!