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Kodak E100GX (Slide) Landscape Mamiya 6 Nature

darkness falls

darkness falls

#shootfilm #believeinfilm #mamiya #kodak #pch #bigsur

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big creek bridge

big creek bridge
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forest stream

forest stream
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martian sunset

martian sunset

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pfeiffer beach

pfeiffer beach

..remember this and this?

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Landscape Nature People Photos

rocks

rocks

..you’d think i’d risk a nasty fall just for a cute snap of me up there? nah.. and besides, i was wearing flip flops..

big sur

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Black n White Nature People Photos street

snap

snap

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long exposure Nature Photos

grotto

grotto

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Black n White Nature People Photos street

dot

dot

..a different take of yesterday’s post..

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Nature People Photos street

picked

picked

..a toothpick..

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rock basket

rock basket

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big sur beach

big sur beach

..yet another panorama of a sunset scene in Big Sur..

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moi @ big sur

moi @ big sur

..yep, that’s me..

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mcwaaaay falls

mcwaaaay falls

..remember this? well, here’s a 9-shot panorama of that place..

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sandcastle

sandcastle

..a heavily fortified sand castle..

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McWay Falls

McWay Falls
..i had to hike a bit while wearing flip flops just to get to see this one, no regrets here.. 🙂
McWay Falls is an 80 foot waterfall located in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park that flows year-round. Like Alamere Falls, this waterfall is one of only two in the region that are close enough to the ocean to be referred as “tidefalls”. It is located on McWay Creek.
Although it can be viewed via a trail from above, the beach and scenic cove below is difficult to access by land, however, it could be easily reached by boat. Even with this possibility, it is not recommended that people visit the beach as a safety precaution due to crumbling cliffs and environmental reasons.