PHOTOGRAPHY The Historic Lawrence Warehouse, 11th & R streets, Circa 2004-2005 Victor Thomas (Miniatures Effect) How can you not love this wildchild? 100% unedited (not even contrast-damn I love this camera). Kodak Gold 200 Goat Rock Beach, Bodega [Kodak Gold 200, taken with BlackBird Fly toy TLR] ten nine 5 I love that the police guarding the Alamo wears a cowboy hat. Unfortunately the only time we could visit was around noon which means shitty lighting. Sup, lens flare. this is the top story of a building, i love that the vines are perfectly manicured around the edges of the windows 160, this one was not part of the final 10 but I shot it a few feet away from a really sad roadside memorial for a family. I love the distortion of lines you get with the super wide angle lenses! I’m still in awe that I was standing SO CLOSE to this and still got the whole thing! a mile or two outside of Fallen Leaf Lake, near South Lake Tahoe, CA doesn’t this just make you want to frollick? i’m a sucker for well placed graffiti to recap, Church of the Assumption… but really…how could you not fall in love here? southern alps SCC library, 35mm Elizabeth Parker, 1889 2006 400 speed, 35mm color Fuji Superia film 2011 funny thing is, last time I shot this exact shot those two big buildings weren’t even there! Union Valley Reservoir, in color! one of the few portraits I’ve ever taken that I liked, rest in peace Quinten a portrait on a very windy day in the delta, i never posted it cause i thought it was total shit Lyttelton (in New Zealand) was littered with tons of odd grafiti, loved it. and now, well actually a couple years ago because now there are new buildings and the skyline changed lol damn, its been a good year. :) a face to a name bad things happen at the cemetery when you use cheap film, this shot is missing the bottom third of it Lyttleton Harbour in Lyttelton window decal @the cupcake parlour, new zealand Bodega Passing through small towns, Amtrak (35mm, used a split filter during printing, spots you see are from the scan not the print) Cupcake Parlour – Christchurch, New Zealand Diana & Marc @UC Berkeley The Cupcake Parlour, Christchurch, NZ low res scan thanks to longs Union Valley Reservoir, Kodak HIE Infrared somewhere between Monterey & SLO, highway 1 (Nikon d40) grandma, digital, turned into digital negative, printed b&w November 2008 – Nikon d40 grandmas house my all time favorite because it caught everything I wanted- the clouds the stars, the lights I5 North, taken from the overpass near Crocker Art hearts, even in death when I say portraits are not my strong-suit I mean it, this is probably the best portrait I’ve ever taken and it was in ’03, this is my lovely niece E my sister on the phone with her estranged ‘baby daddy’ chapel & trees below Related Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.