Wild Horse Photo Foray
Had access to a nice little car this morning, so took a drive up the Wild Horse Creek near Ft. Steele.
I found a beautiful vantage point at the Historical site. Seems like in c.1865 the area was popular for gold mining. I went down to the hydraulic pump area (name and plaque only) and must have been about 200 metres above the creek (which I think is more of a shallow swift flowing river). Anyway, I was determined to find a way down to the river from the steep embankment I stood upon. After meandering for about 20 - 30 minutes I found myself standing in the clear cold water.
I wear a special type of sandal that works well in and out of water. Got some interesting vantage points for working with my ZeroImage 6x9  pinhole camera and my good ol' Nikon FM3A.
On the way home, I stopped in at Ft. Steele as the steam locomotive was awaiting passengers at the station. Got a bunch of images here too.
Overall, a nice outing and who knows ... perhaps I captured a few nice images.
Boy, I don't know if I could see
myself several years ago with a pinhole camera; I seem to treat it like a regular piece of photographic equipment these days - just as legit as a lens camera ... I've no complaints.
Glad I re-discovered it (pinhole photography).