MF Snoqualmie area when not fishing

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  1. Thomas Mitchell

    Thomas Mitchell Active Member

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    With one or two exceptions, these were all taken in the MF Snoqualmie drainage. Almost all with an Ebony 4x5" view camera, a couple with a Mamiya 7 medium format rig. I think it's all on either Efke or Fomapan old school film.

    Been fishing so much the last year, my cameras are gathering dust. The biggest problem is the gear I like to use is just too big and heavy to haul around while trying to fish. When faced with a choice, I tend to fish and leave the cameras at home...

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  2. Bugthrower

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    I went up there on a Monday last Sept. purposely left the fishing equipment at home. Had some fun but it was difficult watching rising fish with no rod.

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  3. Dustin Bise

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    man ive shot with 4x5's a few times and its just so fun! wish i had one of my own. maybe someday.
     
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    Bugthrower,
    Nice! The wife, a North Bend native, loved the one of the train trestle; "drank a lot of beer there".
     
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    Great pics! Can't wait till the melt off is over.
     

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