My film photography hobby has been sadly neglected since we adopted Juniper, something I hope to remedy this fall. Seeking inspiration to pick the Nikons back up, I spent my morning looking through film scans (a semi-constructive activity while I’ve been under the weather without sufficient brain function to string sentences together). Tomorrow I will pick up … Continue reading 35mm Photography: Northern New Mexico’s Enchanted Circle
Happy 103rd Anniversary to our National Park Service! As a little teaser for upcoming posts of my recent solo (well, with Juniper) camping trip to northern New Mexico, here are a few film photographs from our August 2018 visit to Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument near Taos. Continue reading 35mm Film Photography: Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument
Looking through film scans that we’ve had back for a while, inexplicably this roll had escaped my attention. The 12 pictures are a nice monochrome representation of our 2018 California travels. Continue reading 120mm Film Photography: California in Monochrome through the Lens of a 1958 Minolta Autocord
Wandering the blue highways of New Mexico, I side trip from the Turquoise Trail to Galisteo. The rain puts a damper on my photo walk, so it’s a spot I’d like to revisit sometime to photograph the pueblo ruins and shells of old houses in the tiny town. Continue reading 35mm Film Photography: Galisteo, New Mexico
In this day of a cell phone in every hand, the cacophony of sounds, even at a small airport, is quite something. Setting aside the actual airport-created sounds, I am surrounded by: A businessman giving a hard sell about the performance of his team of actuaries. A grown man playing a violent (loud) video game while his travel companion watches the Family Feud (also loud). The crinkle of wrappers; an unhealthy burrito meal on the go. The clickity click of my keyboard. And that is just at my gate in the tiny Chattanooga airport. Continue reading 35mm Photography: A diatribe on Air travel
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