Here are some more images from the banks of Bulow’s “Hidden Lake”. The film was developed using Moersch Tanol, a pyro staining type of developer. We are still very excited about the superlative detail we are achieving using this much older type of developer.
This gives you an idea of the type of terrain we were hiking through to get to take this shot. Although this was the opposite bank to the one we were on (obviously), it was about the same type of going. In fact I was perched on an island just off the actual shore, tripod balancing precariously.
Taken with the Mamiya 645 Pro TL, 80 mm lens developed in Moersch Tanol and scanned from silver gelatin print. All timings and technical details can be found on my Flickr site:-
Enjoy the rest of the day. 🙂