35mm Film Photography: Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument

Happy 103rd Anniversary to our National Park Service!

To celebrate the 103rd anniversary of the creation of our National Park Service, we spent our afternoon in Little River Canyon National Preserve in Northeast Alabama, the closest NPS unit to us that we had not yet seen. Given my enchantment with western landscapes, I often take for granted the beautiful places that surround me in the mountains of the Southeast, and my home state of Tennessee is neglected on the blog, something I vow to remedy this fall.

As a little teaser for upcoming posts of my recent solo (well, with Juniper) camping trip to northern New Mexico, here are a few film photographs from our August 2018 visit to Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument near Taos. Photos shot with our Nikon F2 on Kodak Tri-X 400. So much wildfire haze…

Monochrome 35mm Kodak Tri-X 400 film photograph of Rio Grande Gorge Bridge near Taos, Rio Grand Del Norte National Monument

Monochrome 35mm Kodak Tri-X 400 film photograph of Rio Grande Gorge near Taos, Rio Grand Del Norte National Monument

Monochrome 35mm film photograph of Rio Grande Gorge near Taos, Rio Grand Del Norte National Monument

***As with all of my film photos, presented as captured, unedited.***

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