evening at the lake.

a late afternoon walk  at the lake.

We are heading to Wales today and we will miss the beautiful New-England lakes and our friends (but not the mosquitoes, ticks  & bears.)   yes we saw a big black BEAR for real a couple of weeks ago, in our back yard.  scary.  I bought the dog in and had not time to take a photo.  I was  a little scared too. I admit.

Portra 400 - 35mm - TheFINDlab - Helios 44-2

three kids, one roll, once a month. in NYC.

I shot quite a few rolls of my kids this month and it was hard to choose which one for this project (one kid, one roll, once a month) .  Initially I had shot a roll of black and white for the project , but I am not crazy about the photos, so I will share our trip to NYC with the kids' cousins. We took the ferry to go to Staten Island, and then we wandered through the streets of NYC and had a sandwich along the Hudson in Manhattan.  It was such a wonderful day.  
Please follow the link I am posting at the end of this to go through the blog circle of mamas shooting film and taking photos of their littles and not so littles!  All these mamas have been wonderfully supportive and loving as we are all learning and re-learning to shoot film. 

I know this is a roll of kids, but I included some on NYC  because I am hardly ever in NYC, and I just loved to include the context of these.

This was shot on Portra 400, on my vivitar SLR with my helios 44-2 lens.   (processed and developed by the FIND lab)

 i know this is blurry and all but I just love it :-)

And now I am sure you will love Kristin's work from Kristin Anderson Photography out of Tucson, Arizonahttp://kristin-anderson.com/may-2015-one-kid-one-roll/

thank you for looking,


fishing at the lake

I have been asked to become a monthly contributor over at Beyond the Wanderlust.  I am so excited and at the same time a little nervous :-)

Here was my first contribution, hope you enjoy it!




blue and red. Rockport MA

I just loved the blues and reds of Rockport Massachusetts. on Film, portra 400.


it's a well known fact hat when you receive scans, you are first disappointed, and then you go back to them and they grow on you.  These photos were taken last year, and I overlooked them, they were not what I expected.  Looking over them today made me love them.  They were taken exactly a year ago. I happened on them as I was looking though my drop box.  I am expecting new scans today, and I am sure I will be slightly disappointed first and then I will fall in love with, next week or next year.  you never know.

One thing is sure, I will love any photo of my kiddos in 10, 20 or 30 years time.

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