Roll 44: Capitol Park, Sacramento, CA

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The Yashica Mat EM and I went through two rolls of Kodak Portra 100, 120 film, when we visited Sacramento, CA, so hang in there while I add a little more fall color to the end of the year.

Capital Park in Sacramento is full of all kinds of monuments and very special groves of trees dating back to the Civil War and the original pioneers to make it to the west.

This fellow is Thomas Starr King (1824-1864) and he is credited with keeping California from seceding from the Union.   All politics aside, he’s a sharp looking dude.

thomas starr king

Next up is this gent and a memorial for the Spanish War Veterans.   He rises above a small pond that hosts trout and turtles year round.

spanish am war trout pond

I love the depth of field on my next photo.  It came out exactly the way I remember seeing it that day.  …

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