Scouting For Wildflowers On My Land in The Ozark Mountains
In this brief video, I share some of the wildflowers that I discovered and photographed on my land in the Ozark Mountains. I used my Pentax 67II with Tri-X rated at EI-250 on this day and developed in XTOL 1:1 in my Jobo for 7.5 minutes at 20C.
Relax and enjoy the video for the next couple of minutes. I will be making some prints from this outing in the near future and they will be available in my silver gelatin fine art print gallery.
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