Red Canyon — Lander, Wyoming (September 2014) Leica M3 + Kodak BW400CN + Voigtländer 12/5.6 ASPH
Zeiss Ikon? You have quite a collection.
Hadn’t intended on going that direction, but my 1954 Leica IIIf came back untouched from over 7 months of “servicing”, though — thankfully — I wasn’t charged for it. This latest “servicing” ordeal made me realize that the IIIf really should be a shelf queen now, considering it’s 60 years old and that I regularly strip the film sprockets because the camera take up system is so poorly designed.
I still needed an M-mount film camera, so I went looking for something a bit newer. The Zeiss Ikon ZM rangefinder body (actually built by Cosina in Japan) fit the bill and was an even exchange for some stuff I sold on eBay, so now that’s what I’m using now as my big film camera. I actually like it better than the M6 I used about a decade ago, as it has some really nice improvements that Leica should have done.
Where is this? Mystery Photo?
It’s at Red Canyon, just outside of Lander, Wyoming — as I indicated in the caption.
heh? I missed the caption. I only looked at the photo!
It looks like when, in winter, one steps on frozen and crusted snow and it caves in–but on land! God’s foot!
Hadn’t thought of that, but now that I look at it with your comment in mind — you’re right!
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