Fuji Velvia 50 is the Andy Warhol of color film. If you want Norman Rockwell buy a roll of Kodak MORE

FILM GONE WILD

Puget Sound sunset, Mukilteo pilings, Puget Sound pilings, Jeff King Photography, Fuji Velvia 50, Mamiya 645 Pro TL

LIGHT SHOW

The Snoqualmie rail yard is a debris field of broken, rotting steam locomotives. The iron beasts are impressive even in decay.  MORE

HEAVY METAL

MARS ATTACKS!

Listening to Orson Welles on the radio, people in Concrete, Wash., believed Martians were invading the North Cascades in 1938.  MORE

The town of Hay has a population of 11, including Larry Dodge, who calls this Palouse farming community paradise. MORE

PARADISE FOUND

CLUNKERS

Dorsey Chevrolet, which closed in 1990 in Tekoa, Wash., has become an automobile graveyard.  MORE

Months ago I bought a photographer's map of the Palouse with directions to 150 prime locations. I decide to ditch the map.  MORE

OFF ROAD

BACKUP PLAN

My best film camera, a Mamiya 645, broke the day before my biggest photo trip of the year. It was a blessing in disguise.  MORE

I hate to admit this, but my iPhone 5S at times outperformed my Nikon film cameras in Washington wheat country.  MORE

IPHONE VS. FILM

OLD TOWN  (NEW)

When I want to photograph junk – good junk, like rusty commercial signs – I visit First Street in Snohomish, Wash.  MORE