I and a few friends visited the ruins of an old mining town, Franklin, Washington, last Sunday. It’s just some mining operations foundations, a really deep hole, and an overgrown cemetery.
I brought along a Yashica-Mat, and a few point & shoot cameras. Notably, an Olympus Stylus Epic zoom 80. I developed the film at home in Diafine.
Here’s some from the YashicaMat. It’s an affordable TLR, and quite common. F/3.5.
And the 35mm:
It was quite a fun short hike. I’d do it again for sure. There were more foundations of buildings not pictured here.