Frequent visitors to this blog might remember this chair which previously was shown with digital photographs here. This in-camera triptych is taken with the half-frame Pen on film. I am not sure if the change in chair orientation is enough transformation to make the photograph really work. For some reason, my son, while willing to rotate the chair for me, refused to sit in it. The white sweater probably had quite a bit to do with that. But it might have worked better with him sitting in one of the shots.
Again, I am not convinced that colour, or black and white, works best. So you get to see them both. I lean towards the colour – the rust of the chair goes well with some of the rocks and grasses and the reds in the alder branches too.
Olympus Pen, Half Frame, 28mm lens, Fujicolor Superia 200, ISO200, 1/50th, ~f5.6, NDX4 filter