Pumpkins on a farm in rural Connecticut, a side trip while on a visit to see my brother’s new apartment.
In the past, when I so rarely shot film, I felt the need to call it out when I was using it, in part because it felt extra special, and also in part because I was generally pleased with the results. That said, the Yashica T4 I bought a few months back has been increasingly growing on me (and getting more use), so I may leave it a little more ambiguous as to which shots came from which camera.
Dick, at an old switch station on MetroNorth in Connecticut. The hand lever system here was in use until around the early 1980s.
I’m a fan of Alison’s limited edition chuck taylors.
Sam, on the Gowanus.
My cousin Julia, at Fort Tilden park, where she, Jenn, and I rode our bikes out to a few weekends ago. One of my favorite places in NYC.
A self-portrait of me, on Jenn.
“…a denigrating attraction to archaic charm.” – Grace Paley, published in the New Yorker in 1978, contained within a short story, and in reference to Chung, Kuo, Cina, a documentary by Michelangelo Antonioni.
The roots of the word “denigrate” may make it questionable/inappropriate to use, but I do like that particular sentence fragment.