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More of the Tri-X 400 film.
I love the last two photos. Very nice.
love the shadows on the first photo.
Both sets of stairs. The second’s darker section I really, really like. Looks like you’re having a bit of fun.
60s atmosphere magically and masterfully evoked!
It looks like springtime, even if maybe it’s not.
The Godard one is :)
solid. I love this series.
these images are direct & immediate as if I’m right there, on the edge of the frame.
one can never have enough tri-x. love that film and the fact that it’s what I learned to shoot with in my still in use pentax k-1000.
i have been quietly visiting here over the past few years. it’s one of the places i always enjoy coming back to, no matter where you are – living in the UK, or in my home borough of Brooklyn. thanks for the inspiration to set my iphone down, and take my K1000 off the shelf. i enjoy your work, and look forward to seeing how it unfolds in the future.
these look like they were shot in another era…love them…
Love that second shot. Beautiful.
Love the light.
Those shots are beautiful!!! Although I am not a fan of b/w pictures, yours are just stunning. They somehow remind me of summer…
These are very striking photos. Thank you for sharing them!
love how the sidewalk sections come up in the second one
simple but beautiful
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