Random Photos with Zeiss Tenax I, Uploaded 25 June 2011

Some random photos with Zeiss Tenax I, 24x24 square format. Some were shot at Deukmejian Wilderness Park. The foliage is growing back since the Station Wildfirein 2009. The autoscanner at Samy's could only scan them as pairs, using 35mm panorama frame. It was only US$10 to develope and scan to disk, but I still need to get my own scanner.

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