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Ginko leaves blanket a tree

Years ago, I worked a NIU (Northern Illinois University) Every year for about one day each autumn, this sole ginko tree would shed its leaves gently overnight, and they would settle around the base of the tree, swaddling it in a blanket of greens & yellows. Taken with a Hasselblad 500 C/M with 100mm f/3.5 Planar lens on Kodachrome 64.

patterns, textures

#autumn  #bark  #cvkc  #fall  #ginko  #green  #kodachrome  #leaves  #nature  #patterns  #plants  #seasons  #tree  #yellow

Distribution of power

A 100 year old timber utility pole with three transformers, and no less than five disributions of electrical power - a common sight in the Rust Belt of America.

#1992  #blue  #electrical  #energy  #film  #kodachrome  #power distribution  #power lines  #rust  #rust belt  #stock  #sunsets  #telephone poles  #transformers  #utilities  #utility pole

Stop the moon

I must have walked by this stop sign dozens of times before I found the light that would bring out its crinkled & cracked painted surface against the crescent moon high in the blue twilight.

shapes

#dusk  #film  #kodachrome  #moon  #patterns  #red  #signals  #signs  #skies  #twilight stop

Brilliant red dew

I used to experiment with taking closeups with a super wide angle lens because they can almost create landscapes, or at least interesting patterns. This was a Kodachrome shot of a car hood at sunrise as the dew dripped off. The red was so brilliant that it refracted through the dew and turned many of the drops to a solid color.

abstracts

#cars  #dew  #film  #kodachrome  #metals  #patterns  #rain  #red  #sparkles  #sunlight  #sunrise  #water