I have been shooting quite a bit of 35 mm film so my Hasselblad has been sitting on my desk looking sad due to neglect.
I have driven past this scene a few times and now hat the snow has melted (at least for now) I thought I would take advantage, stop the car and fire off this shot with the Hasselbad & Carl Zeiss Sonnar 150mm f4.0 lens. Stopped her down to about f22.0
This shot is part of my "In the Shadow of the Greenbelt" series. I generally renew my interest in this series in the spring through fall.
This was shot with Arista.EDU Ultra 400 iso film developed in HC-110 dilution B for 6.5 minutes.
I underexposed this shot a bit as I wanted to retain the rainy, dull and gray mood of the day. It's nasty out there as it has been raining solid all day.