The State of Idaho is a great place to live for Homo sapiens. You have 11.8 million acres serving agriculture and 12 million acres under the jurisdiction of the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) for recreational use. You do not need to travel many miles to find that dirt road that leads to complete isolation, no noise except the wind or birds, or the distant thunder as a storm approaches.

Bruneau Dunes State Park

These images were captures with my Pentax 645N loaded with Kodak 400TX and developed in HC-110(B) for 4 minutes @20C.

3 Replies to “highway 78, june 17, 400tx.”

  1. It is a great place to live, politics aside. I was born in Lewiston, but kidnapped by my family and dragged off to Seattle. I finally got back to southern Idaho for about five years, but at age forty I was a bit too old to make a living bucking hay and hunting coyotes.

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