Category Archives: Landscape
It’s true. Utah is great. This may not be a very popular opinion, especially among people who are not from Utah or have certain ideas about the state’s character, namely that it’s a bleak desert wasteland with foul weather and … Continue reading
On round two of the Lost Coast I decided to take along the Canon AE-1. I thought about bringing the 7D but it’s so bulky and there’s such heightened risk of damage that I decided to go with the more durable film … Continue reading
Northern end of Ocean Beach with view of The Cliff House. Shot on film with Canon AE-1.
It’s been two years since I took these photos along California’s Lost Coast, but this June I’m going back. I haven’t decided whether or not to take a camera on this next trip. It’s such a weight burden to add … Continue reading
Things have changed a bit since I last photographed the Boneyard. A little rain brought up the green grass and the wildflowers. The new growth hid the scatter of small bones and only the larger skeletons poked through. This guy … Continue reading
By the time I started to get serious about photography, film was already a thing of the past. A few months ago a friend gave me most of her old film equipment, an old Konica, several lenses and a Canon … Continue reading