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.

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

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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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