Tag: Fujifilm Fujicolor 200
Minolta Maxxum 7000i
A review of Minolta’s 1988 Maxxum 7000i. It’s a well-featured auto-everything 35mm SLR.
single frame: Lowe’s ascending
Lowe’s poking out between the trees.
single frame: Tofaute & Spelman
A golden yellow wall in Terre Haute, on Fujicolor 200.
single frame: Autumn at the farmhouse
A tree decked in late-autumn red guarding an old farmhouse, on Fujicolor 200.
The same scene on the Ohio River in Indiana, 60 years apart
I made a photo of the Ohio River near Leavenworth, Indiana. Then I found a 60-year-old postcard of the same view.
single frame: My bike at Windswept Farm
My old Schwinn in front of an even older barn.
A look at Coxhall Gardens, a former farm turned into a city park in Carmel, Indiana.
single frame: Copies & Fax
An old-style hardware store in Fountain Square, Indianapolis.
A hike along McCormick’s Creek
Photos from a hike with my son through an Indiana state park.
Re-restored: 1892 Holliday Road bridge
The 1892 bridge on Holliday Road in Boone County, Indiana, was restored after being wrecked by a too-large vehicle that crossed it.
A review of the most advanced 35mm SLR Olympus ever made, the OM-4T. It’s a very good camera with a few quirks in how you use it.
single frame: Old State Road 46
A short segment of old brick highway south of Terre Haute, Indiana.