12x20 at the Sun Tunnels - summer solstice

Discussion in 'Alternative Processes' started by Kimberly Anderson, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. Kimberly Anderson

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    I'm heading out to camp Wednesday night at the Sun Tunnels. Will try to make a good image with the 12x20 (which I have again this summer for a while).

    Any SLC locals wanna head out and join me? Ought to be fun...plus I know a few neat spots off the beaten trail (or in this case, not so beaten).

    Heading out around 4-ish.

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    Crap, wrong forum...wanted to post in ULF, but apparently I'm a few cards short of a full deck. :rolleyes:
     
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  2. Robert Hall

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    Hey, could we make a 12x40?
     
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    I wish I could join you but you're about a year too late.
    I'll be shooting in NYC tomorrow. Canyons are canyons right?

    Take care,

    Alan.
     
  4. Kimberly Anderson

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    Well...I never made it to the Sun Tunnels.

    I wrote about it on my blog...HERE.

    Didn't make a 12x20 negative either...I was too busy taking care of...um...'issues at hand'.

    Get to go back tomorrow and tie up loose ends. Would have been fun to have you guys there!
     
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    That is a bummer. But, you probably got your adventure quotient in for a while. Good luck on the extraction. All of my experience is with SE red clay MUD. At least your not completely side ways on a soupy hill with nothing bigger than a 3 inch pine tree for a mile.

    Mike Davis
     
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    And here I was feeling sorry for myself about having head winds today during my bike ride!

    Good luck plucking the truck out of the goo!
     
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    interesting truck.what is the year make and model.good luck tomorrow.is that a darkroom on the back or just storage.
     
  8. Kimberly Anderson

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    Very impressive but kind of heavy, isn't it?

    Guess that's why it's stuck in the mud.
     
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    Sorry to hear about the truck Michael. I know how you feel about it. I hope you get it out with no problems.

    Good to hear from you again,