Late in September of 2003 I got a wild hair and decided to head out to New Mexico for about 2 to 3 weeks of just
picture taking. It so fell out that Susan could fly out on the 6th of Oct and stay till the 12th, so I drove out and she flew. Many of you have already seen the travelogue that I sent out on E-mail.
So, the First Pass is my first scanning session, the Second Pass the next one and so on.
It was a magic time and a magic trip. We went over a fair bit of North Eastern and North Western New Mexico with a
trip to 4 corners and to Mesa Verde which is surely worth seeing.
The Pictures are presented pretty much without comment or identification. They were all taken with the
Hasselblad, the Fuji GSW 690III (Wide angle), or the Hasselbald SWCM. Film was either Arista 400 (200), HP5 400(200) or, with the Fuji, Ilford SFX 200 (100). Mostly, the negatives were all developed in PMK @
70 degrees for 13.5 minutes.
So, there are Four passes at New Mexico, one in Mesa Verde, Colorado, and the final one from Texas, where they have
super grain storage places out East of Amarillo.
So, enjoy...... all of these will be printed on real paper as time gets by.