Sorting through my Lightroom Catalogs and found this shot, which I thought might be worth attempting to rehabilitate.
George W. Childs Recreation area is a lovely little enclave in Dingman's Ferry, PA. It is near Milford, PA, and is an area that is home to a large fluviarchy (isn't that a fantastic word?). Amanda and I were up in that area at the family Lake House a few weeks ago, and decided to drop by on a brisk day. The top part of the park was closed due to some damage to the trails, but we were able to enter through a side entrance. Due to the cold weather and the closure at the main entrance, we enjoyed almost perfect solitude as we took in the scenery. After this little trip I nearly had a panic attack when I learned on the internet that I should have been using a special adapter to put my Rolleiflex on a tripod, but it seems no harm done.
All images with the Rolleiflex 3.5F and Kodak Portra 160 film.
In honor of the snowy weather here in DC.