In the mid 1980s I rode my bicycle from Seattle, Washington, USA to Eugene, Oregon. I carried front and rear panniers (bags) along with a rear rack bag carrying my camera, a Super Wide Hasselblad, selenium light meter and small tripod. Space and weight were critical factors, as I had to carry it all. The lens has a 90 degree wide angle, with no distortion if set up level. The lens was a 38mm F4.5 Zeiss Biogon and depending on how much negative you used could be normal or telephoto, instead of its designed ultra wide.
Passing under a large bridge I positioned my camera underneath to record the structure, then continued on to the evening campsite.
Taken with Kodak 400 speed negative color film, I had never printed this image until this week. When I find the rest of the negatives I will add more to the gallery folder.
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