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1/125 f/11.0 75.0 mm ISO 160

Asahi Optical Co. Asahi Pentax 6X7

Super-Multi-Coated Takumar/6X7 1:4.5/75

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Desert Dessert
Red Rock Canyon State Park
Asahi Pentax 6 X 7
Super-Mult-Coated Takumar/6X7 1:4.5/75 lens
Zenza Bronica 82mm L 1A filter
Fuji 160NS 160 [220] film
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6 X 7
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Desert Dessert

Desert Dessert
Announcing a stunning discovery from a secret location on the fringe of the Mojave Desert in Southern California: A perfectly preserved, petrified layered dessert, probably a cream and cinnamon pastry of some type. It is presumed to be a leftover from an epic feast made by god-like beings of a distant geologic era. This matches up well with my theory that supreme entities are responsible for the spectacular red layered geology that is so widespread in the western states of the USA. The fossilized leftovers from their banquets litter the landscapes from California to Utah.
I realize that my theories have been labeled as hair brained ideas of a raving lunatic by the so-called experts. This time, however, I believe that my discovery will at last redeem me. If not, I shall continue to live in the asylum peacefully and make no more fuss . . .

This photo was taken by an Asahi Pentax 6 X 7 medium format film camera and Super-Multi-Coated Takumar/6X7 1:4.5/75 lens with a Zenza Bronica 82mm L 1A filter using Fuji 160NS film, the negative scanned by an Epson Perfection V600 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

neira-Dan, Dimas Sequeira, Marta Wojtkowska, kiiti and 8 other people have particularly liked this photo

12 comments - The latest ones
Thérèse club
Un mille feuilles ! Le dessert merveilleux d’il y a une année !
3 years ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to Thérèse club
Lorsque la pandémie prendra fin, j'espère voyager à nouveau dans des endroits comme celui-ci!
3 years ago.
very beautiful!
3 years ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to Proxar
Nature's beauty is astounding!
3 years ago.
 Marta Wojtkowska
Marta Wojtkowska club
3 years ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to Marta Wojtkowska club
It may have been left in the oven too long . . .
3 years ago.
Marta Wojtkowska club has replied to Scott Holcomb club
A careless cook? ;)
3 years ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to Marta Wojtkowska club
I am returning the dish to the cook to redo . . .
3 years ago.
 Dimas Sequeira
Dimas Sequeira club
Fantastic place where time seems to have stopped for ages!
3 years ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to Dimas Sequeira club
The past has been revealed through seismic uplift and erosion. It is like reading pages of a book if you understand the language written in the layers.
3 years ago.
un paysage pour les passionnés de géologie !
3 years ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to Nautilus
En effet! Je suis certainement un passionné de géologie!
3 years ago.

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