Make pictures. Share life. Eat. Rinse. Repeat. Lucky to call San Diego... Home. © All images are mine. Film or digital or iPhone.
After the storm, during the winds, waiting for the bakery to open. 🥐 🍩 🍰
#pinhole sundown over the antique wooden ships. No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞
Slide in to the lake! #pinhole ⬛️ No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞 Unrelated, but this image reminds me of a quote by Maj. Sidney Freedman, Psychiatrist on M*A*S*H, “Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice... pull down your pants and slide on the ice.” 😂🤣
Exploring the beautiful parks, lakes, and trails just east of Haugesund... with my #pinhole cameras. ⬛️ No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞 Thank you Gry for sharing your little slice of beauty and nature with me. 🙏💚
Exploring Haugesund with my #pinhole camera. The annual antique wooden ship festival is a perfect subject for a wooden (teak) camera. No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞
Estonian Carnival, View II. #pinhole ⬛️ No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞
Exploring Estonia for the first time, we stumbled upon this funky old carnival. Yellow rubber duckies going round & round, enticing you to try your luck. 2nd photo: my photographer friend obviously didn’t realize how wide my #pinhole camera is. 😳😂 No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞
Wandering the streets of Turku, looking for potentially glowing infrared subjects. Hmmm... I think this’ll do just fine. 🌞
It’s no wonder Finland is ranked as having the happiest people on Earth. Summer’s worst day is a little storm and 82°F/28°C. Not. Too. Shabby. 👍😁
Separated at birth. 🌲🌲
And a cherry (cloud) on top! 🍒 Exploring more of the backroads of Finland, between Turku and Helsinki. 📷🙂
Oh Iceland, I adore you... from head to “Troll Toes” (those rocks off-shore)
Finally looking through images from last summer, seeing most for the first time. I’m sure many of you can relate.
If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door. ~Milton Berle #pinhole No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞
Color? (and B&W!) I spotted this potential “Fujichrome moment”. If you’re familiar with Fujichrome, you understand. I crawled on my hands and knees to a precarious perch to make this image. 15mm, just inches from the lovely plants.
That’s one hungry horse! 😁
Embracing nature’s protection.
FBF: Portrait of me by one of my students, a double exposure on 4x5 film, by Jay Justice, 1981. Jay was a very intelligent, sensitive, and painfully shy and introverted young man. I generally have a policy of not "posing" for students because part of the assignment is that human interaction. But I made an exception in this case. (And I'm glad I did.) I've lost touch with Jay, but I'd guess he's a psychology professor at a university somewhere. Jay, I hope you are well.