Oh-han-ə-pi-kosh – Standing At The Edge

Camera: Holga 120WPCFilm: Kodak Ektar 100

Camera: Holga 120WPC
Film: Kodak Ektar 100

Ohanapecosh is located in the southest corner of Mount Rainier National Park and is named for a Taidnapam (Upper Cowlitz) Indian habitation site along the river. The term is believed to mean ‘standing at the edge’. I figured it made a fitting title to this photograph, considering I made it while standing at the edge an embankment above the Ohanapecosh River.

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About jsodphotography

Seattle based film photographer. Recording light through a pinhole, Holga, and various 35mm cameras.
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3 Responses to Oh-han-ə-pi-kosh – Standing At The Edge

  1. Very very beautiful…. Love the blues! 🙂

  2. jesusjoglar says:

    I can imagine the joy and peace of that place, the river (or stream) must be gorgeous!

  3. Love that velvety river! Beautiful mood.

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