film / 35mm

This week has been mostly calm and quiet, the wind has died down and the marine layer comes in mostly during the mornings and sits till lunch time, where it burns and parts. On Tuesday we went Christmas tree hunting around town, there were a few places to choose from– we ended up at a crowded fenced off, dimly lit station, shuffling through wet trees. The moon was big and bright, I remember standing in line with my hands in my jacket pockets, watching the moon move in and out of passing clouds till it was our turn to pay.

9 days till Christmas? I always say this but, time flies! Really looking forward to these coming weeks and taking that mini vacation I was talking about. Sometimes I can’t sleep, thinking about all the things we’ll do on the trip and the photo opportunities that lie ahead. Does anyone get like this? Which cameras to bring, where to go first, what film to use and in which camera!? I’m so excited.

Hope your days are going well. I’ve been loving this song from Cass Mccomb’s new album: Harmonia



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  1. dave tuttle #
    December 15, 2011

    one of my favorite parts of packing for a trip is laying out all of my cameras and film to decide what to take. coincidentally the worst part is realizing i can’t take them all…have fun!

    • December 19, 2011

      Thanks, Dave! It feels like time is moving so slow right now, I can’t wait to leave. Happy holidays to you and Whitney btw!

  2. December 15, 2011

    love that knitted headband! happy travels :-)

  3. December 16, 2011

    I look forward to seeing the photos from your holiday and which cameras you decided upon. Beautiful shots, especially that last one..and I love the song you chose to share.

    • December 19, 2011

      Thanks, Alexandria : ). Dec 26 cannot come sooner!

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  4. December 17, 2011

    Love these photos! And your upcoming trip sounds exciting! I definitely agree that one of my favorite parts about trips are the photo opportunities!

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