Category Archives: North Carolina

Eaten…

While we were in the mountains, my niece found these bug-chewed leaves in the woods and gifted me a stack of them. I thought they were amazing, flattened them in a book and then later, took some macro shots of them. These prints were made with contact negatives from the original digital shots, I then used a palladium process and sun exposure to achieve the print.

 

 

The best so far...

Happy accident via water spillage...

 

 

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Green, lovely green…

Back from Appalachia, it was green, it was mistly and I got rained on a bit. Tried to bring back some desperately needed rain for Texas. That did not work, sadly.

All shots were taken on a Hasselblad 201f with slide film.

Tattered luna moth at the Moses Cone gravesite.

 

Hiking under giants.

 

Cemetery in Foscoe, distant relations inside. Also, "don't weep for me my husband dear, I am not dead, but sleeping here."

 

 

Forest reclaiming...

 

 

Ripe, delicious blackberries in this field. Two different kinds, wild and not. Apples too.

 

 

St. John's in Valle Crucis, for a visit with family much missed.

 

 

 

This is what happens when I overexpose a shot and then scan it to see if there is anything at all on the negative. Err, make that positive. Slide film, y'all.

 

 

Scanned things brought back.

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