Analogue Photography #4
Updated: Jan 1, 2022
I have had this sitting in my drafts for awhile. I didn't realize that I hadn't done anything with this. I think this my first roll of black and white film that I used. I think these were taken in the late summer/early fall of 2020. The location was Fountain Regional Park and the nature center that's there.
This photo is right at the start of the trail. There are these huge electrical posts that are juxtaposed with the park. If I'm not mistaken, I think they follow along the trail for quite a ways.
This is the bridge that leads you from the park to the regional trail. I have ran on this trail many times. I have trained for many runs and worked so many issues out on this trail. This trail is like home to me. It's what I am used to; there is comfort in knowing where each hill is, where the trail bends, and when you know you will be alone on the trail.
This is the cattails that border the lake and the river. And in the back you can see the nature center. The nature center has really good views of Pikes Peak. I think this is one of my favorite places because it is not far from home.
I borrowed my friend's zoom lens and I was able to capture this picture of bird just sitting on these flimsy branches.
I think this picture is of the oldest cottonwood in the park. I think they call it "Grandfather Cottonwood."
I wanted to take this cat home! It was a black cat that was just creeping along the side of the lakes and just minding his own business. I don't think this cat appreciated me encroaching on its space. I couldn't tell if it was a boy or a girl. It's blurry and I wish it was clearer but I think it's kind of growing on me the more I look at it.