Destination, Personal, Travel


Road trips just feel like film to me. I finally got my scans back last night, so I’m happy to share some shots from my journey from AZ to IL. The black and white are all 35mm on an Olympus OM-2 with Tri-X film. The color are all 120mm on a Contax 645 with both Ektar 100 and Fuji 400h film. Let’s do this!

000063410013 000063410014 000063410015 The first night, I stayed in Hollbrook, AZ after dodging giant moonlit elk on the road from Phoenix. 000063410018 000063410019 000063440001 000063440002 000063440003 000063410021 000063440004 000063410024 000063440005 000063440007 000063440009 000063410027 000063410028 000063440010 000063410031 000063410034 000063440014 000063440011 000063440012 I pulled over randomly because I liked the clouds and ended up at the Continental Divide!000063420002 000063420003 000063420004000063430013000063420006000063420008 000063420009 Oh and then it snowed somewhere between Albuquerque and Denver…000063420010 After some great coffee at Crema in Denver, I explored a bit.000063430002 000063430003 000063430004 000063430006 000063430008 000063430010 000063430011 I shot a ton of instax “polaroids” along the way. I lined them up on my dash to have something prettier than Nebraska to look at on my way home. (no offense Nebraska…ok maybe a little offense)000063430012 Pulled off on a whim to check out the original Pony Express station!000063430014 000063430015 000063420022 000063430016


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