Bilger's Rocks is a forested park setting located in Grampian, Clearfield County Pennsylvania. The park features a small campground and an extensive series of trails that lead across and below large rock boulder formations with some rocks as tall as fourty feet. The rocks are primarily made of Homewood Sandstone and are approximately 316-320 million years old. Trails from the campground and parking area take you across the top of the rocks where you can look down into rocky crevices that have formed from water freezing and thawing, splitting the rocks over millions of years. Additional trails lead down to the lower section where explorers can squeeze into small caves and passages between the rocks, some that still have ice within them well into the Spring season.
Bronica SQ-A medium format film camera with a Bronica Zenzanon 50mm F3.5 S lens.
Kodak Tmax-400 shot at ISO 400.
Semi-stand development using Kodak HC-110 1+100 dilution for 1 hour with 30 seconds initial agitation with swizle stick and three turns @ 30 minute mark. Paterson 3 reel tank.
Negative scanned with Epson 4990 on holders fitted with ANR glass.