It is getting too late again today to get another blog done. So here is a short one.
I was going through my archive tonight looking for a picture I could post tomorrow on Google's photo theme #FlowingWaterFriday. First I was going through my digital archive but then I felt like showing a real film photo.
I photographed these colorful fall leaves in autumn in the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick. I had rain almost the entire trip, which was a real bummer as the fall colors have been absolutely amazing but on the other side I had more time for scouting and staying inside the forest.
I found this beautiful little flowing water stream in the middle of the forest, cutting its way downhill towards the Bay of Fundy.
I photographed this fall scene with a RZ Mamiya 67, Format 6x7, Fuji Velvia, scanned with my Hasselblad X5, which I absolutely love by the way. Too bad the software is not updated anymore by Hasselblad but the quality is like a drum scan - amazing.
Red and yellow fall leaves beside a small fresh water stream in beautiful Bay of Fundy National Park in New Brunswick, Canada
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