File photos: From my square format backlog

Sakura Square, Denver
The park at Sakura Square in downtown Denver. (Daniel J. Schneider)

Most of the time I post reviews and resources, or photographs that relate to a specific theme or event. But I’ve let a lot of photos pile up that don’t fit a specific theme and I’d like to get them out there.

To that end, I’ve decided to start a new occasional series where I’ll share just that sort of thing — unrelated photographs that I haven’t previously found a reason to share.

These were made with my Yashica-D camera, mostly during 2012.

The test shot
The standard test shot I started with when testing cameras years ago. From the very first roll of Delta 100 to go through the Yashica-D. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Mounts Evans and Bierstadt
Mounts Evans and Bierstadt in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, as seen from the summit of Guanella Pass. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Timmy the Yak
Timmy, a yak. That’s 8-Ball’s nose in the corner of the frame. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Batta cools off in the shade after wearing herself out at a dog park in Englewood. Taken with Fuji Provia 100F. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Keota house
The back of a house in Keota, Colo. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Keota water tower
The water tower in Keota, Colo., a ghost town in Weld County. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Keota home front door
The door was ajar on this abandoned home in Keota. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Keota outhouse
An outhouse in Keota, Colo., in the Pawnee National Grassland. (Daniel J. Schneider)
The Aermotor
The Aermotor, Chicago. A common site all over the central and western U.S. (Daniel J. Schneider)
Pawnee National Grassland
Clouds roll toward the Pawnee National Grassland in Northeast Colorado. (Daniel J. Schneider)