Friday, November 30, 2012

wolves grace wooden doors

I found this really cool door on Broadway, heading into the South end just past the High Level Bridge off of a little side street. You can tell that this club was just recently boarded up due to the still pretty fresh paint job of this door. One of the coolest doors I have seen. 

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Clouds Cover Washington, N.C.

I ended up getting some quality editing time in yesterday. Now that my computer is all fixed and I am settled back into my old job making brick oven pizzas I started pulling out some unedited work from this summer. This is a street in Washington, N.C....not sure of the name but I do remember there being a sweet little coffee shop run by a couple that came from Washington (the state). The cloud cover was amazing the whole time we were down there..storms were still brewing up at times since this was about a week after a hurricane  just past through. 

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

the best seat in the house

I woke up early today and braved the cold to trapes around the city looking for scenes of wonder. I found one, here, behind a few boarded up buildings...The Golden Couch.  

Thursday, November 8, 2012

old bike outside the flea market

While exploring the town of New Bern, North Carolina, which had a very similar feel to it as Ann Arbor, Michigan, I stumbled across this old bike. And you know what a sucker I am or bicycles..especially old ones. 

Tuesday, November 6, 2012


the boardwalk at the estuarium in washington, n.c. shot with la sardina marathon 35 mm film

Sunday, November 4, 2012

sun glare pops your eyes

I managed to get a few images done today on my day off work. The sun decided not to come out today so I ran a roll of film up to the drugstore to get developed and put onto a disk for me. It happened to be a roll from Atlantic Beach from September.  I shot this early in the morning ...not as early as I wanted to be up and on the beach shooting, but early enough to catch morning late to watch it break above the plan though. This was shot with my La Sardina Marathon using kodak  35mm film.

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