Digital cameras are everywhere today, and they give us a lot more flexibility than cameras in the recent past.
In 1999, I took my Pentax K1000 film camera to Snoqualmie Falls for an afternoon. I was using Seattle FilmWorks film, and when I go the images processed, they also gave me a CD with the scanned images. I just stumbled across this CD last week.
Snoqualmie Falls is a known to most of the country for its appearance in Twink Peaks. It also serves as a local attraction and a hydroelectric plant. It's about an hour east of Seattle.
Here are some of the pictures I took that afternoon, nine years ago.