Mount Rushmore framed by a tunnel in the Black Hills

Mount Rushmore framed by a tunnel in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Mount Rushmore

Recently I've been digging into some of the scans I have done of my old film images. This photograph of Mount Rushmore was taken during a family vacation to the Black Hills of South Dakota, back in 1991. The view is looking through a tunnel on the Needles Highway. As you can guess from the sign, the tunnels on the Needles Highway are only wide enough for one car to pass through at a time.

The image was captured on Kodak Tri-X black and white film. The film was either processed in Kodak D-76 or Kodak HC-110 film developer. Those were my two mainstay developers at the time. The negative was scanned on a Nikon ED9000 film scanner and processed in Adobe Photoshop.

Photo taken: August 1991, near Keystone, South Dakota.


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