12:00 am in Black & White, Landscape, Long Exposure, Nautical, Nighttime, Nostalgic, Oregon, Travel by Leah Garton
This is vintage right here!! I took this shot with my Dad’s old Rolleiflex (120 mm film–I still remember how that film smelled) when I was 13 years old. My parents used to take us on camping trips up the Pacific Coast when I was a kid. One of our favorite stops was the fishing docks in Coos Bay, Oregon. I remember my Dad coaching me through this shot one evening while visiting the docks. It’s actually amazing that it came out because I wasn’t using a tripod.
Streaming Music: “Should Have Known Better” by Richard Marx–this is what I was listening to on that trip, complete with a dual cassette deck and earphones.
12:00 am in Camera Unknown, Digital, Landscape, Nature, Nautical, Oregon, Travel by William Tillis
Yet another trip back into the archives. This is Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach about an hour west of Portland, Oregon. One of my favorite places to visit when I lived out there. I took this photo the last time I visited in July of 2002. Most of you might recognize this as the location of the Fratelli’s escape from the cops at the beginning of The Goonies.
Watching: Mr Show with Bob and David
12:00 am in Architectural, Automobile, Disposable 35mm, Journalism, Landscape, Nostalgic, Oregon, Portland, Travel by William Tillis
Figured I’d dive into the archives for today’s image. This one was taken with a disposable film camera way back in the winter of 1996 in Portland, OR looking west down I-84 from the Hollywood Transit Center pedestrian overpass toward downtown.
Sometimes remembering the very good things from the past makes us want to reach out for the good things today.
Spontaneous haiku !!!
too much rain but lots of art
I really miss it
Watching: The A-Team on hulu.com
10:53 am in Digital, Landscape, Nature, Oregon, Sony Cybershot DSC-W50, Travel by Lou Bravo
This is the tip of Mount Hood, Oregon. I took this shot at 10,000 feet out of the window of a passenger plane.
Listening to: Fergie, “Finally”