A Drop of Clarity

black and white photo
A Drop of Clarity

Last year at this time, when my DSLR needed repairs, I headed out on a spring morning with my 1983 Pentax K1000 fitted with its original 50mm lens and an adapter I’d always used for closely photographs of flowers, and a roll of black and white film. This was one photo from that roll.

It was my first walk in those woods for at least two years, since before my hip replacement kept me from walking the hills. It was a wonderful way to literally get back on my feet in a place that I had photographed so many times before, and to study it again, seeing it in black and white instead of spring colors, with a new hip, and a new outlook on things.

Later this month I’ll share an online exhibit of the wildflowers I captured that morning in silvery black and white.

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