Camp 18 - Some photos from Oregon with the Leica M-P 240
This past month my wife and I were on our annual trip to visit our boys in Oregon. Even though the days were beautiful we were not out shooting when the light was at it's best. So the best I could hope for was muted light with some light cloud cover. This was the case on our way out to Cannon Beach on the coast. My son John had been out this way before and he had taken some photos of this really cool place called "Camp 18" which is a restaurant and part historical museum of a logging camp. So you can imagine there was some pretty cool stuff hanging about. Here are some of the images form Camp 18. I had a great time on this trip shooting with the Leica M-P 240 and the Sony Nex-7 with my Leica glass. More to come as I upload galleries of the 45 or so select images from this trip.
Reflection, railroad carThis reflection in the window of a railroad car was really interesting. You can see the windows of the inside of the railroad car as well as the scene behind me. Metal railroad car siding and pineLeica M-P 240 35 Summicron Foliage and saw bladeLeica M-P 240 35mm Summicron Rotting Hiking BootsSony Nex-7 w/Leica 90 mm Tele-Elmarit Logging chains and TiresLeica M-P 240 35mm Summicron Logging Boots and Shackles Leica M-P 240 w/35mm Summicron
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