glowhenge. olympia. february 6. t-max 400.

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“Glowhenge is an art project created by Dave Sederberg with the help of a few of his friends and family members including Sederberg’s daughter Whitney, Andre Maxwell, Natalie Coblentz and Daniel Whitehouse, and the addition of a lantern procession provided by Nichole Rose” https://olyarts.org/2021/02/04/olympias-glowhenge-lights-up-the-dark/?fbclid=IwAR2qIXZ8XkjFH8h8WqlbzpSd23LW1N-o8_FdYspKMqFGIgb1jLIOfKHa_vg

I arrived early to watch the setup to the event. It was very cold and windy. There were other photographers who were shooting the event in color. One saw that I was shooting black and white film and told me some subjects are only appropriate in color. I had my Nikon FM3a with me loaded with Kodak T-Max 400 pushed to 1600. Perhaps color would have been better but I was curious what I could capture in black and white.

Darkness settled and the LED lights highlighted the various panels and gave quite a show.

I developed the film in HC-110(B) for 7 minutes, 30 seconds, @20C.

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