Sky in water

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    Ukijima-shitsugen, Ukijima high wet plateau, Kamikawa, Hokkaido.
    Mamiya 645E, 35mm, positive ISO 100 expired and self developed as

    wellscenephotography (ON), 6el, u*yam, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. :Paul: 43 months ago | reply

      You're on a roll :)

    2. NUZZ369 43 months ago | reply

      Wonderful autumn reflection, the floating leaves add character..

    3. threepinner 43 months ago | reply

      Thank you. This is probably the north most wet highland in Japan.Not well known, visitors are rare.I found only four other people that day. My wife and I enjoyed hiking all around the ponds in 2 hours.


      Thank you as usual. If you see closely, you will notice the cloud tends to be colored cyan. That might be due to expired film, or because the scanning procedure is not at best. I should correct this phenomena :-)

      Thank you. Weeds are quickly changing brown. Now the water would be covered with thin ice now.

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    6. Focx Photography 43 months ago | reply

      I saw your picture today, went straight to my archive and dug out a very similar shot. My camera was still a digital point and shoot and I was just at the beginning of my photography journey, but I still remember the beauty of this place. It's also interesting to see how quickly autumn comes so far in the north.

    7. oliveapekin 43 months ago | reply

      Superb cloud reflection!

    8. threepinner 43 months ago | reply

      Thank you. This place is near famous Taisetsu mountains. So, people miss to visit here.

    9. Peterzpham 43 months ago | reply

      This great capture was seen in:

      A Lot of Water

    10. Giovanni C. 43 months ago | reply

      And you were complaining about light.... :-)

      Very nice shot!

    11. JaZ99wro 43 months ago | reply

      Maybe the cyan clouds are from reflection itself, not from the processing?

    12. threepinner 43 months ago | reply

      @comelylittletree, thank you for adding to fav.

      This is from an expired film, Kodak F 100, and has poorer contrast as compared to the original, I think. Epson software, for scanning, tends to choose this color in the highlight. Next time I can overcome manipulating the window of green color.

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    15. threepinner 42 months ago | reply

      @mdaimm , fav ありがとうございます。

    16. threepinner 40 months ago | reply

      Thank you for a comment. I am surprised and pleased you added so many favs to my photos.

    17. dyathink 39 months ago | reply

      your work is so interesting and beautiful..amazing you shoot all this in film, and medium format no less. You are an intrepid explorer! Thanks for bringing your world to us!

    18. threepinner 39 months ago | reply

      Thank you for viewing and for your interest. Probably I am conservative and do not fully trust the specification of modern digital cameras. In addition, at my ordinary setting I cannot believe in electrical instruments too much. Those are the reason I am sticking to film cameras.

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