I posted the iPhone version of this photo last month. I’m inclined to like this version, though — there’s more magic in the film version that comes with the delayed gratification and choosing not to edit even the digital versions of the film scans. Plus, the Fuji film was a great choice for Seattle’s moody skies.
Gearing up for a weekend camping trip to Yosemite. Took this when I was there last July.
I finally got back my first four rolls of film that I annihilated in my Yashica T4 Super (hmm, one of the cameras that Terry Richardson uses). I mostly shot around San Francisco, hiking around Marin and a great weekend in Seattle.
Above is the 27th photo I shot — a red Bronco along The Wiggle on the way to Golden Gate Park — on Kodak Porta 160 NC.
A man repairs a light on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, August 1938.Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic
Hanging with some old Austin friends in Seattle this weekend. It’s my first visit—the city is beautiful. The rain isn’t bringing me down and the terrain reminds me a lot of San Francisco. Kellye and I took a nice walk on Alki Beach after brunch at the Wandering Goose.
Not all those who wander are lost.