The History Museum of Hood River County
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This stereo view is labeled “In Lava Flume near Trout Lake.” I don’t recognize this one, but they all kind of look alike, don’t they?
14th July 2021 @ 09:03 AM
Wonder what kind of light they used. Wouldn’t want to build a fire.
14th July 2021 @ 09:17 AM
It looks like the south end of the Cheese Caves to me. Here’s a picture taken from the area that I’m thinking…camera is pointing south. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheese_Cave#/media/File:Cheese_Cave_racks.jpg
14th July 2021 @ 10:22 AM
"Wonder what kind of light they used. Wouldn’t want to build a fire."
Probably magnesium ribbon or powder. Set up the camera on a tripod, open the shutter, go around bend in tunnel,ignite flash, return to camera, close shutter.
A candle or three, or even lanterns, behind camera and near photo-flash location, would provide enough illumination to not be working in the dark, while not adversely affecting the desired image – so long as one didn’t loiter in front of the camera.
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