This is a pinhole image I took of Ponytail Falls right at the beginning of that first big winter storm we had last month. I was out on a hike with Aaron, Victor, Wendi and Jenna. I came away with a number of images that I like, but as I prefer to do, I like to post a few, sit on the rest, look at them, work on them, look at them some more, ponder a bit, and so on. So sometimes it takes me a while to actually get some of those images up. Plus I think, that even if you get twenty great images from a certain trip, that if you deluge your audience with them, it dilutes each of those image's impact.
I do not really have too much more to say this morning. Sorry Sawtoothphoto, in response to one of your comments on one of my last pinhole images, I was going to make my next pinhole post a real loser. I was going to put up a photo that suffered poor composition, poor exposure, my giant finger across half the frame, whatever. Because I really do have plenty of those. I was joking with Aaron the other night while out shooting that I should just start a whole other account here on Flickr and call it "Zeb's Losers". I have boxes of those types of photos. Sadly, or not, I do not have any of them scanned and just have not gotten to it just yet. I am sure you all can understand why this is not normally a high priority of mine to scan all my worst negatives.
But I do think it would be a valuable lesson to post one or a couple of those types of shots. It is heartening for those who think practiced photographers churning out amazing photos never take a bad picture. That and I have a whole little mini-essay I would like to write on how there really is no such thing as a "good" or "bad" photograph, that those are silly and subjective terms that we mistakenly apply. So don't worry Fred, that awful pinhole image is still coming, I will make sure I try to pick out a real doozy of one too. I have posted pinhole images before that I thought were not too good and been proven wrong. Not this time! ;-)
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