Before the digital age, my husband and I owned a 35mm Olympus camera and took tons of photos. I wanted to use them digitally, so I began scanning. Some scanned better than others and I thought I’d post a few. Since it’s Autumn, my favorite time of the year, I thought it appropriate to feature changing foliage.
The first three photos were taken around 1989 or 1990 at Mogadore Resevoir in Ohio.
The next two photos were from 1997 in Quebec, Canada.
Time hasn’t been very kind to the photo quality, but it was an interesting experiment anyway. I suppose I should invest in Photoshop to sharpen and brighten the pictures. Yup, one more thing to add to the ol’ to-do list.
Have a lovely weekend!