out of a rock

Hi folks,

I’m trying out a new look here on the blog. I’ve been wanting to move to a white template for a while but had trouble finding the right one. I am still tinkering with this one a bit so there maybe be more updates. I guess you could say it’s under construction. Let me know what you think!

Here are a couple of shots from my day with Steph Parke back in July. We stopped a lot as we traversed the coast. This time we stopped just to take shots of this tree growing out of a rock.

There were some ladies there making paintings of the scene. While I felt like it was too forward to take a photo of their canvases, I had no problem asking to take a photo of their tools.

I love painter’s palettes. They tell lovely stories.

Well, friends, I will be back here on friday with that Rodeo post I have been promising you. And possibly a bit of exciting news to share?! See you then. Thanks for stopping by!

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To see more photos from this day, click on the tag my day with Steph Parke below.

august twenty-third

More dreaminess from the Balda Juwella. The focus always seems off… tricky tricky. I think the fact that it measures in metrics is messing me up. Damn Germans! (haha! just kidding!)

Oregon Coast | July 11, 2011 | Balda Juwella | Kodak Ektar 100

august sixteenth

Some more shots from my day with Steph Parke in early July. Have you checked out our lastest doubles post? We love doing that project together.

Along Hwy 101 | July 11, 2011 | Olympus OM-2n, 50mm 1.8 | Kodak Ektar 100

august sixth

From my day at the coast with the amazing Steph Parke. I’ve got a whole lot more to share from that day. I shot three rolls of 35, 1.25 rolls of 120 and about 40 instant shots (most of which I shared during ‘roid week). We had a blast.

Purple flowers that I can’t remember the name of | July 11, 2011
Olympus OM-2n + 50mm 1.8 lens | Kodak Portra 400