These shots chronicle a tenuous walk down the slippery steps to a rock formation that is treacherous and has claimed many lives. I was in a safe spot walking somewhat gingerly from having twisted my knee navigating the rocks on the Ten Mile Drive. Most of the shots were taken from a seat above the liquid carnage eroding in small layers the unyielding glacial carvings. It was exhilarating to be there. Nevertheless I struggle from the tug of life to become one with the scenes. The tug of life brings a rush to the shutter button. Hopefully a day or many days of serenity and clarity will come.
These shots were made with a Hasselblad 203FE, 50mm lens. Kodak TMax 400@400 and developed in Kodak HC 110 at 75 degrees for 7 minutes. This film back is not working right so unfortunately I had to crop out a small portion of the top of each image. It renders with an uneven line, the brake probably needs replacing.