Saturday, August 29, 2015
I had one of the busiest summers I can remember, beginning in May. The new semester has started and so my travels are done for a few months, which is a huge relief. Most of my travel was for field work - first to Utah, then northern California, and, just last week, to southern Mexico. I've been working on a huge photo project for our Penstemon grant, but during our field work, I was also working with my medium format film camera when the opportunity arose. Here is a series of photos from Utah where we came across an old Phillips 66 station, which appeared to be an outdoor museum. All the photos were done with my Yashica Mat 124G twin lens reflex, and Ilford Delta 100 or 400 film. (©2015 Andi Wolfe - all rights reserved).