A simple landscape, from years ago (yeah, I know). I like this, although I also have the feeling about it that it’s just the “obvious” angle and shot. Still, it is kind of nice all the same.
Woolshed Falls, near Beechworth. FD 24mm SSC lens with my favourite film of the time, Agfapan 25 developed in Rodinal Special. The print was made onto Record Rapid, which was just the nicest paper for tonality.
Actually (and I write this a day later) after thinking about this picture and what I wrote above about its being the “obvious” angle, I doubt that, all other things being roughly equal, I would take a very different picture even now, some 33 years later. Of course the theoretical proof sheet of today may show a variety of approaches that may differ from the proof sheet of then, but it’s interesting to think that what was appropriate (or “right”) then in terms of focal length, shutter speed, aperture, angle, composition, balance of shades and tones would still be OK.
Otherwise, maybe I’ve learnt nothing in all these years?