South Park, Colorado
Back on October 2, I finally got around to shooting an old roll of Ektachrome IE color infrared film that had been sitting in my closet for decades. I found one lab that will still process such an oddity (Film Rescue International), and the roll is now in their hands…scheduled for processing in their December batch, with the results being returned to me in the second half of January.
The roll may very well be trashed, as old and sensitive as it was. But FRI tells me that this film often produces some wild “artistic” results in their processing, and we’re jointly optimistic that something cool may be forthcoming. The roll was exposed at the photographic wonderland that is the Buffalo Peaks Ranch. If I get one nice image from those 37 frames, I’ll be happy.
Until then, the ranch photos taken on Panatomic-X film have already made their way back from the lab, and I’ll be sharing those images here in the days ahead.
After nearly six weeks on the road, Carl is home. Thanks to all of you who have followed along on this journey and have enjoyed the scenery with me. Still plenty of photos yet to be processed from the Northwest Territories, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska and South Dakota. You’ll see all of them here in the months ahead.