Canyonlands is simply overwhelming. It’s a place you need to explore for days to get a grasp on it. We’ve been there twice – but both were for mere hours, and both in different sections.
That said, even if you’re dipping your toes in real quick, the beauty is right up front.
I think this was the last roll I shot through the Zorki 4, a camera that I did NOT get along with. It’s an infuriating piece of machinery, and I’m glad it’s out of my life.
The same almost goes for Konica VX200. In fact, its only saving grace is that it’s 200, which I love shooting outdoors. But if I don’t have another roll in my fridge, I’m not going to be heart broken.
‘Those Fair Places’
Camera: Zorki 4 (1956)
Film: Konica VX200 Super (expired)
Canyonlands National Park, Utah