BigKBall : scan (My great old scanner DRIVERS were unavailable after XP).
This probably was my first time at Falling Springs with a film camera and the last print I developed in a darkroom.
In my case I specifically went to the highest peaks in the Shenandoah National Park to photograph a Raven.
“Put a Bird on It” is a catchphrase that stems from a comedic skit featured in an episode of the American sketch comedy TV series Portlandia. While originally intended as a satire of the avian motif that became a trend in hipster fashion and home décor merchandises during the early 2010s, the phrase has been since incorporated into the aforementioned products as an ironic tagline.
During this troubling weekend I happen to see Fred Armisen referring to this and felt uplifted that somehow I’m indirectly involved with this movement. A belly laugh and humor will pull us through these times of constant despair.
Very slight on a very long exposure, I was having a hard time hearing the shutter with the sound of the falls.
Shenandoah National Park March 2013
Great Falls June 2016
I prefer winter and Fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape — the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show. ~Andrew Wyeth
I hear the noise of wings, is the final verse of “ANGEL BAND”.
Visited Falling Springs briefly this morning.