Wet plate landscapes in sunny spring
There are just a few more delightful things in the world, then making landscapes in a sunny spring day. Cold winter days are finally gone. Sun is here, still tepid, without summer tiresome insistence. Some trees are still without leaves, but grass is high enough to soft sitting on it. Bugs and flies are here, ready to jump into collodion on your plate, but they are still sleepy and don't bite too much.
The Bridge. The picture was made in full Sun before noon. I wanted to capture details in deep shadows, so exposure was 1 minute 45 seconds with F64. Parts in full sun, like top right corner,
Four Willows. One of the best series I've ever made. It is not obvious from the phone snapshot, but this was
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