Wk 19 (2017): Hunter Canyon in Color

I found an old 120 roll of Kodak Portra 160 Color Negative Film that I’d lost track of, so I sent it in to the lab and it just came back.

The end of the roll consisted of these four shots from the first week of May. They were made in Hunters Canyon, near Moab, while we were there for the Moab Photography symposium.  I quickly shot these to finish off the roll so that I could load B&W film for the rest of the day.

Most of the rest came from the “Hops and Handrails” Beer Festival held in Longmont CO, back in March of this year.

The beer festival created an artificial snow board ramp and held a trick skiing competition. More snow had to be trucked in the morning of the event because the weather had been so warm the original ramp setup had melted.

This final image must have been from sometime in April as the spring blooms in our front yard were just starting to bloom.

Photographed with my Mamiya 6, 50 mm wide angle lens, Kodak Portra 160 Color Negative Film, and developed and scanned by Old School Photo Lab.


One thought on “Wk 19 (2017): Hunter Canyon in Color

  1. Lovely colors. This is why I am more and more deciding to stick with Kodak for color. Also I love these “surprise” rolls where you find stuff you’d forgotten all about.


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