I finally tested a sheet of this Kodak HIE in 8X10 sheet format (yes, you read that right: 8X10 inches!) and shielded the camera with aluminum foil where needed. This was shot using my Ektar Wide Field lens and an R72 filter. Exposure was 4 seconds at f22. Film processed in Xtol stock.
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Ginnie Springs is rarely light on crowds nor devoid of a party atmosphere, but it carries some of the most spectacular springs in the state, wonders which attract divers and adventurers worldwide. It's a must-visit for quiet morning scenes like this.
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On this chunk of public land are several old private dwellings. I visited two. This one was likely the B.J. Alling property.
It was lived in until probably the 1960s. The square thing on the porch is a fiberglass TV.
'And He Raised'
Camera: Canonet QL17
Film: Kodak Gold 400 (x-mid 90s)
Process: DIY ECN-2
Big Bend Wildlife Area, Washington
In the 1870s, Wild Goose Bill Condit moved to the Coleville Reservation (right across the river from the Big Bend Wildlife Area) and set up a trading post. He married an "Indian woman" named Julia and they had three sons. Wild Goose might also have had another wife or partner on the Reservation and they had a few children as well.
In 1895, at the age of 62, Wild Goose Bill found himself on a ranch likely on the Big Bend. There, he had an affair with his daughter-in-law's sister. Her husband (I assume) wasn't thrilled with this. They had a shoot out over her and both were killed.
This spirit ran in the Condit family as Wild Goose's brother also died in a fight over a woman (he was stabbed to death). His other brother died from a gunshot wound, though I don't know if it was related to heartbreak.
'Three Got In'
Camera: Canonet QL17 G-III (1972)
Film: GAF Super Hypan; x-1970s; 50ISO
Process: HC-110; 1+100; 60min
Big Bend Wildlife Area, Douglas County, Washington