If you saw my last post, the photos weren’t all that great and it was more of a film experiment than anything else. No worries–I brought along the trust EXA that has quickly become of my favorite cameras. It is a solid machine. And, a nice roll of Kodak Portra 160 made for some lovely shots of the history in Virginia City, Nevada. I have been there many times and lived just outside of town for quite a while so, on this photowalk, I was trying to get some non-traditional angles.
Speaking of angles, the whole town is on the side of a very steep hill, everything is a 150+ years old and crooked. I didn’t really bother to straighten my horizon lines. I just shot pictures.
This is the Storey County Courthouse built in 1865. It is still the main governmental building…
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