Embraced by mammoth granite,
iron clutch of living earth.
Photos taken with a Leica mini-zoom and ISO 150 Black and White film.
i like the 3rd and 4th.
Those are my favorite as well
Wow, these are great man! They somehow remind me of days gone by…especially the second one from last. Absolutely beautiful, Jonathan.
Thanks man, I’m loving the feel of the pictures from this old point-and-shoot, I lucked out.
These photos are great. Really good job.
Thank you, sir.
It’s so rare to see landscapes taken in black and white. Your photographs are unconventional, and really beautiful!
Thank you! And you should check out Ansel Adams for the master of B&W landscapes.
I did actually pretty, amazing stuff. I think such photographers possessed a really high level skill (not to mention talent) considering their tools and methods of development
I did actually, amazing stuff. I think such photographers possessed a really high level of skill (not to mention talent) considering the tools they used and methods of developing
oops sorry posted a reply twice!
Gorgeous! I especially like the second to last one.
Thank you so much!
i dream of going to yosemite park someday. your photos are beautiful!
Thank you, It’s well worth a trip!
Simply gorgeous. I love the elegance of the black and white. Do you process & develop your own film, or send it into a lab? Cheers!
Thanks Whitney! I send it to a lab, unfortunately I haven’t yet learned enough Darkroom skills.
So glad to have discovered your blog. My husband and I are poring over maps and trails right now, getting ready for a homeric road trip from the panhandle of the Florida piney woods to Grand Canyon, Bryce, Zion and Canyonlands. Plan to leave last week of April and will document with words and (sadly) my little point and shoot (not the grand photographic work of your friend James!)
Thank you, sounds like an amazing trip, much grander in scale than our little jaunt. And I took these photos with my old film point and shoot so cameras aren’t everything ;). Have a fun trip!
Inspiring. It feels like looking at “Ansel Adams” photography!. I liked the fact you are doing them as monochromatic.
Wow, what a compliment, thank you!
Excellent photos! I liked the 3rd and 4th so much. They made me think about a piece I wrote the last year.
Thanks! You’re gonna have to let me know where I can read that piece!
Of course! Here you have, is the second piece, the one is called “Atardecer pálido y absorto” that in english could be something like “Amazed pale sunset” – http://jeanangeluspichardo.wordpress.com/media/audio/
I hope you enjoy it!
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