Nowhere Near the Ocean Two
Olen Daelhousen

Nowhere Near the Ocean...

Giant sand dunes located in the middle of Idaho for no apparent reason. These are...
2 years ago
No Tell Motel
Olen Daelhousen

No Tell Motel

A decaying sign is all that remains of a former motel in Hammett, Idaho.
2 years ago
Niagara of the West Three
Olen Daelhousen

Niagara of the West Three

Looking down into a canyon at Shoshone Falls State Park east of Twin Falls, Idaho.
2 years ago
Niagara of the West One
Olen Daelhousen

Niagara of the West One

Shoshone Falls on the Snake River just east of Twin Falls, Idaho. The falls, 212...
2 years ago
Scenic Overlook One
Olen Daelhousen

Scenic Overlook One

A view of the Snake River canyon from an overlook on the side of the highway near...
2 years ago
Up Too Early Three
Olen Daelhousen

Up Too Early Three

Wildflowers found on the edge of a trail during an early morning hike outside of...
2 years ago
Up Too Early One
Olen Daelhousen

Up Too Early One

An image of the landscape during an early morning hike just east of downtown in...
2 years ago
Dome
Olen Daelhousen

Dome

The dome of the Idaho State Capitol building. When the second phase of construction...
2 years ago
Corner Eight
Olen Daelhousen

Corner Eight

The corner of a former fire station in downtown Boise, Idaho, that now houses shops...
2 years ago
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Fujica AX-5 Tribute

This site is a tribute to the Fujica AX-5, one of the most advanced SLRs of the 1980s. According to Fuji, the AX-5 combines cybernation with a 7,000 element micro-computer to offer automatic exposure compensation along with six different exposure modes.

There have been 172 total photographs published on Fujica AX-5 Tribute since the first photograph, "Bank of America", was posted on Tuesday, August 20th, 2013. The most recent photograph, "Ogden Museum of Southern Art", was posted on Tuesday, September 1st, 2015.