Eastern WA with a 16mm fisheye

This was back in July.  (I’m so far behind in scanning.)

One of the cameras I brought out that day was a Minolta XG-1 that a friend found in a box a street corner one day.      I don’t remember where I got the 16mm Sigma lens.

I was using the camera’s light meter, and it seemed accurate.

These are the abandoned schoolhouse, the houses that we explored.



The church isn’t abandoned.   Its really well maintained.


It was such a fun trip, I did it twice, on a few different weekends.

If you can’t tell, I really like bending the horizon with the fisheye.


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