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Down in the Valley

Since i've not had time to get out and shoot new photos this week I've decided to dig a few more Nepal shots up and scan them in. You are looking at a river of melted glacier water running through a valley around 8,000ft above sea level in Nepal. I took this on one of the first days in the lower mountains as we were heading up to about 20,000ft. It was cloudy but it gave an interesting mood and colour to the picture. This was scanned directly from a 35mm negative at default settings on a Nikon Coolscan V ED film scanner. It was originaly shot on FUJI 200ISO Superia film. 

Down in the Valley

Since i've not had time to get out and shoot new photos this week I've decided to dig a few more Nepal shots up and scan them in. You are looking at a river of melted glacier water running through a valley around 8,000ft above sea level in Nepal. I took this on one of the first days in the lower mountains as we were heading up to about 20,000ft. It was cloudy but it gave an interesting mood and colour to the picture. This was scanned directly from a 35mm negative at default settings on a Nikon Coolscan V ED film scanner. It was originaly shot on FUJI 200ISO Superia film. 

comments (2)

  • CC
  • Toronto, ON
  • 24 Mar 2007, 02:34
I like the colours - the blue of the water, and the greens of the fields and mountain! I don't think that I remember this one. smile Very cool.
  • Ellie
  • 24 Mar 2007, 23:41
The view here is superb, it's something I'd really like to see. The water looks so beautiful, there's always something different about meltwater.

There isn't quite the 'spark' of the Oly lenses .. or is it in my imagination?
Iain Myrans: no, it's no oly -- but i like the shot. The weather was bad too -- a very dark day and an underexposed image that was pushed up.

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camera Nikon COOLSCAN V ED
exposure mode full manual
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aperture f/0.0
sensitivity ISO200
focal length 28.0mm
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