October 05, 2013

Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Island









 
These pics barely scratch the surface of the reserve. 
Wow.  So peaceful.  The most lush, green growing everywhere.  It was beautiful.  I didn't even photograph any of that because the light was too low for film.  (that's when digital photography rules the world).  Moss covered forest floors (oh that is THE BEST), ferns, giant plants that look straight out of the dinosaur age.  Tree trunks the size of houses.  I was really wishing Jeff and the girls were there to experience it with me. 
 
I think it's the kind of place you could visit again and again and take different photographs every time. 
 
Thank you, Sharon.  For every thing.  
 
Mamiya C220, Kodak Portra 400

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