Driftwood

In mid-July of 2020 a few friends and I took a trip into the mountains near Driftwood, Pennsylvania. Most of the following photos were from a hike on Fred Woods Trail, overlooking Elk State Forest and the Sinnemahoning Creek. It was very wet due to the storm cloud we found ourselves in halfway through the hike. Highlights include rocks and ferns.

These photos were shot with my Pentax ME on 35mm Kodak Ultramax 400.

The following three photos look awesome as a set of 4×6 prints. I’m going to inquire about a custom frame for these this week. I will update this post when that framed triptych is available for purchase on this page!

This rock formation was one of nature’s best butt cracks. Trees and ferns were growing on top like it was no big deal.

Some gatekeepers deny these elevated mounds of dirt and rock the status of mountain. Instead, they expertly clarify that these are in fact large hills. This roll of Ultramax concludes back in civilization, with some good lookin’ colors.

You can now find select images from this post on the SHOP page. Sort by latest or use the search function at the bottom of this page!

I’m getting ready to send out a roll of Ilford SFX 200, a partially ifrared film. That roll has photos form two other Forrest in Pennsylvania!

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