Sit right down and enjoy the view from an open seat on this park bench.
Cottonwoods and open fields and maybe a bird or two you never know what you’ll see.
Pinhole photograph on Kodak Tmax film.
Experiencing wilderness is like taking a ride in a time machine to a place familiar yet distant. That old friend you love to see but are a bit wary of all the same.
As humans we have the ability to protect wilderness, let’s do so before it is too late.
Pinhole photograph taken on a very windy morning in East Greenland, 2013 using a simple pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax 100 iso film.
Pinhole photograph of an old one armed cottonwood tree in a local park. More of a friendly ghost than a demon but in the spirit of the day nonetheless.
Yesterday I could feel it happening. The sunset is getting earlier, the algae is in full bloom and the nights have cooled down just a few degrees. Summer is still hanging on and we may even get a few sweltering days but I can feel fall just around the corner. Zeroimage pinhole camera and Kodak Film.
Life just seems easier when we are firmly rooted. Zero image pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax film.