Some winter-time images from the archive. This time it is from a trip to Boulder in Colorado. It was warm enough for autumn clothing and no snow in sight anywhere. All vegetation had turned it a homogenous, brown mass that effectively hid all the beauty of Colorado’s flora from my sight. A bit disappointing, but still a nice change from the coldness of home. The colors on these images are a bit wonky, probably because I did not yet know what I know nowadays about scanning (which is: I have no clue what I am doing). I tried to remove the excessive red color cast from them, only to be left with a green color cast. So what you see here now, is what I am capable (and patient enough) of doing in post.
Where: Boulder, Colorado
Camera: Leica M4-P
Lens: Voigtländer Color-Skopar 35mm f/2.5
Film: Fuji Superia 200
Edit: I just noticed that I already did the “5 Frames - Boulder With A Leica M4-P” and selected the same 5 images for that one. Well, whaddya know? At least this is a new interpretation.