Category Archives: Photos

Fishing in Island Park

Here are some film photos from our fishing adventures around Island Park, ID. All shot on film in the old Canon AT-1. The water was so beautiful, and we could even see the fish swimming near us! You can see

Fishing in Island Park

Here are some film photos from our fishing adventures around Island Park, ID. All shot on film in the old Canon AT-1. The water was so beautiful, and we could even see the fish swimming near us! You can see

island park, id

Living in the Pacific Northwest, I am blessed to live very close to some beautiful forests, mountains, and waterways. But these days, it’s getting harder and harder to get out into the wilderness and away from congested hiking trails and four-hour-long

island park, id

Living in the Pacific Northwest, I am blessed to live very close to some beautiful forests, mountains, and waterways. But these days, it’s getting harder and harder to get out into the wilderness and away from congested hiking trails and four-hour-long

Yellowstone on film

Wow… it has been a year and a half since anything new has been posted to our blog! There have been a lot of changes during that time – and I have not been photographing as often. But, I want to

Yellowstone on film

Wow… it has been a year and a half since anything new has been posted to our blog! There have been a lot of changes during that time – and I have not been photographing as often. But, I want to

return of the blog: yellowstone

I’m not even going to try to explain the record 681-day gap since my last post, other than to say that while the blogging stopped, the photography definitely kept going. So let’s get to the photos… Shera and I decided to kick

return of the blog: yellowstone

I’m not even going to try to explain the record 681-day gap since my last post, other than to say that while the blogging stopped, the photography definitely kept going. So let’s get to the photos… Shera and I decided to kick

unMonday: kodak tri-x 400 + argus super 75

Well, it has been quite a while since I’ve done an unMonday… photography just hasn’t peaked my interest in the past few months. Now that spring is in the air, I hope to get out with the cameras a bit

unMonday: kodak tri-x 400 + argus super 75

Well, it has been quite a while since I’ve done an unMonday… photography just hasn’t peaked my interest in the past few months. Now that spring is in the air, I hope to get out with the cameras a bit

unMonday: woodland park zoo

Nothing says “I love you” like Valentine’s Day at the zoo. Fujifilm X100S / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 05: Kodak Ektar 100+

unMonday: woodland park zoo

Nothing says “I love you” like Valentine’s Day at the zoo. Fujifilm X100S / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 05: Kodak Ektar 100+

unMonday: winter in the west

While the East Coast of the United States has been dealing with unusually cold weather, the West has been unseasonably warm. So, when freezing temperatures rolled in and snow started to fall, I was excited! I like winter, and had

unMonday: winter in the west

While the East Coast of the United States has been dealing with unusually cold weather, the West has been unseasonably warm. So, when freezing temperatures rolled in and snow started to fall, I was excited! I like winter, and had

tbt: san diego

It’s another Throwback Thursday travel post, with photos from San Diego, way back in spring of 2014. Feel free to share this little bit of Pacific escapism with anyone suffering from Seasonal Affect Disorder. Canon 5D / Canon 50mm f/1.4

tbt: san diego

It’s another Throwback Thursday travel post, with photos from San Diego, way back in spring of 2014. Feel free to share this little bit of Pacific escapism with anyone suffering from Seasonal Affect Disorder. Canon 5D / Canon 50mm f/1.4

tbt: venice canals

One of my favorite features of Venice is the canals. I know they can sometimes be smelly or gross, but when I’ve been there they were beautiful. The waterways winding throughout the entire city lend it a peacefulness that only comes

tbt: venice canals

One of my favorite features of Venice is the canals. I know they can sometimes be smelly or gross, but when I’ve been there they were beautiful. The waterways winding throughout the entire city lend it a peacefulness that only comes

tbt: parthenon, usa

Everyone has heard of the Parthenon in Greece. But did you know that we have our very own Parthenon here in America? I certainly did not, until we visited our family in Tennessee this past Christmas. This full-scale replica of the Parthenon in

tbt: parthenon, usa

Everyone has heard of the Parthenon in Greece. But did you know that we have our very own Parthenon here in America? I certainly did not, until we visited our family in Tennessee this past Christmas. This full-scale replica of the Parthenon in

unMonday: cider pressing

So we’re obviously a long way from fall, now, but I just got this roll of Kodak Portra 400 developed, and on it were a few dozen photos from a weekend of autumn cider pressing on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent

unMonday: cider pressing

So we’re obviously a long way from fall, now, but I just got this roll of Kodak Portra 400 developed, and on it were a few dozen photos from a weekend of autumn cider pressing on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent

unMonday: ilford delta 100

This was my first ever roll of Ilford Delta 100, shot in the Canon AT-1. I really like the sharpness and contrast in this film. I was shooting on an overcast day, and it performed beautifully. To me, the depth of

unMonday: ilford delta 100

This was my first ever roll of Ilford Delta 100, shot in the Canon AT-1. I really like the sharpness and contrast in this film. I was shooting on an overcast day, and it performed beautifully. To me, the depth of

tbt: italy fun

Glass art is a specialty of the little island, Murano, which you can reach by boat from Venice. Little glass trinkets for wine stoppers or paper weights are a common site throughout Venice too. My favorites were the little fish

tbt: italy fun

Glass art is a specialty of the little island, Murano, which you can reach by boat from Venice. Little glass trinkets for wine stoppers or paper weights are a common site throughout Venice too. My favorites were the little fish

unMonday: ilford fp4 plus

Film has a way of drawing me back into photography even when I’m tired of it and don’t feel any inspiration. That’s the place I’ve been since I finished up my 365 project. While that burned me out a bit,

unMonday: ilford fp4 plus

Film has a way of drawing me back into photography even when I’m tired of it and don’t feel any inspiration. That’s the place I’ve been since I finished up my 365 project. While that burned me out a bit,

tbt: carnivale masks

We were in Venice for “Carnevale” a few years ago. This is one of the celebrations Mardi Gras is a descendant of… and leads to a ridiculous amount of people crammed into the tiny streets of Venice. I do not

tbt: carnivale masks

We were in Venice for “Carnevale” a few years ago. This is one of the celebrations Mardi Gras is a descendant of… and leads to a ridiculous amount of people crammed into the tiny streets of Venice. I do not