The day he proposed. Overlooking all of boulder from Flagstaff.
It’s been a while since I made a b&w print in the dark room.
ISO 400 35mm film. 6 second exposure 5 clicks down on enlarger (had a newly replaced bulb and I had enlarger very close to easel). Perfection for a cloudy day pointing up at the sky.
I think I’ll get a Nantucket bike basket this summer and Pup Eva in it. I think she’ll visit Ack this summer :)
used the “sunny 16” rule on top of Loveland pass when it was too windy for me to stand long enough to set my fstop and shutter speed accordingly. These negatives are going to need a filter or my own finesse at the enlarger.
Found a dark room in Boulder. So excited about this opportunity to get in a dark room again and create my own prints from an enlarger. Stay tuned for more!!!!
There’s something about this island.
The beach has its unique dunes and curves.
The water has its soft swells that hug instead of hit your body.
Catching a wave on a long/short board: mimics excitement rather than fear.
Plush sand under your feet. An island sans traffic prevails a salty taste a sweet smell and an ever encompassing breeze.
This is the island I live to love. Bring me bACK always.
Hand painted on drift wood from Southampton
“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch, we are going back from whence we came.” —John F. Kennedy