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Monday, September 03, 2007

Alaska X-Pan Landscapes



I am not a landscape photographer by any stretch, but being in Alaska, there was no way I could get through the trip without making photos of the gorgeous scenery. All of my non-Holga film images were shot with an X-PanII, and I don't have them all scanned in yet, but I thought I'd share the ones that I had done so far. I have a lot more to sift through, and will see if I can share more in the near future.

The photo above was taken from the boat on the way to Vancouver, and the immediately photo below is at the Hubbard Glacier. While this particular shot does not show the glacier itself, it shows all the ice chunks that have broken away and are floating on the water.



This one was taken on a path in the woods. It was near a small little town that didn't have much in it (I can't remember the name), but the scenery was nice.

1 comment:

Robert said...

These are gorgeous Erin, but I especially like that first one. Really beautiful prints

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