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Harbour Island Street Photography, Part 2

One morning while walking around Harbour Island in the Bahamas, I came across this group of kids.  They were having a bike relay race around the block so I stopped my walk and took pictures.  It was so much fun hanging out with them.

For more street photography in the Bahamas, feel free to follow me on instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/Bahamaphotographer/

 

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April 18, 2016

Street Photography, Travel

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Camping on Film

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Just got back some film from a camping trip we went on this summer in the National Forest near Yosemite.  (Contax 645, Fuji film.)  Yes, the last one is upside down.  I like it that way.  🙂

 

September 7, 2012

Personal, Travel

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Maine 2012

This summer was especially special.  We had our ten year anniversary, Drew turned 40, old friends came to visit, and my family -including my brother, mom, dad, stepmom, and lots of uncles-aunts-cousins gathered.  Having everyone so close & healthy & happy…  well, it was just wonderful.

The majority of the days were filled with swimming, music, & talking about what we should do for dinner.  The photos of the place that looks like a hippie commune are of our cousin’s incredible home, Tinder Hearth -which is a bakery/garden/music venue/happy place.

I actually didn’t break out the camera all that much.  What you see was shot with the 35 1.4 lens and Canon Mark 3.  The song is from the movie The Jerk, sung by Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters.  Our friends Lauren and Mark came up from NYC and brought their ukulele and sang this song.  Now listening to the lyrics back home in California, it sounds like a little love song to our happy time in Maine…  Enjoy.  🙂

 

August 27, 2012

Maine Summer, Personal, Travel

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