the ‘photographed-by-everyone-who-visits-glenorchy’ boat shed
another from the roll i’d forgotten about: the jetty at kinloch, top of lake wakatipu
i’ve just had a roll of expired 120 film developed that i’d put through the hasselblad a while ago. i love finding photos i’d forgotten i’d made – like this one, on the road from queenstown to glenorchy in the south island of new zealand – a reminder of an adventure from august last year.
deception pass state park, washington I wanted to leave behind the life I’d built and spend whatever I had left in that moment. [nic’s stop motion of the making of this stack is here]
+++ on our travels through the usa, we visited crater lake national park. since it’s vast and [almost] impossible to record this place with just one photograph, i thought i’d try making a series of photos with the hasselblad. i missed a few bits, and i could have done with photographing more at the top […]
we live in succession, in division, in parts, in particles. meantime within man is the soul of the whole; the wise silence; the universal beauty to which every part and particle is equally related, the eternal ONE. and this deep power in which we exist and whose quietude is all accessible to us, is not […]
bowen island, vancouver, bc The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness. – John Muir