The third photo session at Currency Creek in the same period was slightly more deliberate or considered. I was now starting to think in terms of large format rather than medium format, by learning to take my time making a photo, and accepting that this was an integral part of the large format process of photo making. Its motto was slow down. Take your time. Don't hurry.
However, my process was still largely intuitive. My memory of this event was something along the lines of: "hey, this scene looks rather interesting so why not make a photo. It's a different aspect of Currency Creek than the creek itself." So I'd line up the Linhof 5x4 Technika IV and make a photo.