CAMERA MAMIYA 645 PRO FILM FUJI NEOPAN 100 ACROS
Snowmageddon is hammering Seattle and western Washington. We can handle the rain, but snowflakes? Well, we're snowflakes, wimps when it comes to snow and ice invading our region. We had 6-8 inches of snow fall twice last week. Our governor declared a state of emergency. You folks in the Midwest stop snickering. We like our lattes hot, not iced. While the snow lingers my film gear remains in storage. I have not picked up a camera in months. Did I mention it rains a lot here? So what's a film guy do do? Start digging through old negatives. I found these images from 2013: abandoned wheat farm on the Waterville Plateau in north-central Washington. If the snow is bad here, it's much worse there. The farm is probably buried in drifts.