Part of Steep Rock Reservation, a great place for a little walk, or a rigorous hike up to the Waramaug Pinnacle (there are only a few places on the path where you really need to use your hands to ascend). Also to test film that's been in the freezer a long time. There's more base fog than fresh HP5-Plus would display, but the base film speed (determined by where you detect subject detail distinctly separated from the filmbase+fog density) is unchanged at 200, and my standard PMK pyro development gives rich but controlled highlight densities, perfect for contact printing in Pt/Pd, but also very accessible to the scanner. A nice reminder how easily film can handle dynamic range from the deeply shaded main body of the picture to the brilliantly lighted clouds. Very easy to print in platinum, and fairly simple to control from the scan where the weakness of digital scanning/capture/printing in holding close value separations way up on the tonal scale (the clouds) requires quite a bit of delicacy in PS.
On a personal note, along with the more famous anniversary today, Tina and I will be observing, with some dismay, the 40th anniversary of our wedding. We claim to have been twelve.