Nature & Photography


#91

mt davidson in may

purisima redwood forest the day my camera met the pavement


#92

https://www.instagram.com/p/BkZ4COalFWi/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=b02meoabpq4x


#93

:heart_eyes: love this


#94

Video clip I cut as a promo for my new album, made from some incredible images that I captured at sea in the Southern Ocean, Antarctica when I was down there on campaign with Sea Shepherd:

Album is available on tape and digital here: https://cloud-chamber.bandcamp.com/album/undulations-2

:smiley:


#95

loving this - wicked footage - I’d love to visit that part of the world one day. liking the music too - you’ll need to wait until next month before I buy it mind :wink:


#96

I’m not much of a photographer but I quite like this one:

Peak district walk with family on a beautiful June day (my Daughter in the middle, with her cousins).

We have had some beautiful sunsets recently too (quick snap taken in my garden):


#97

Thank you! :smiley: :heart:


#98

That opening shot is perfect


#99

North Cascades. Shot on 35mm Cinestill 800T film, no edits. I love the processing artifacts that occurred on this roll.


#100

Took this recently - just loved the colours. I’m gonna count it as “nature” because what made the scene interesting is just how much the nature had reclaimed that ruined structure.


#101

Came across this speedy little caterpillar when I was out walking yesterday.


#102

Love these colors!! Is Cinestill repackaged motion picture film? Also, any chance you remember what aperture + exposure you shot?


#103


Photos are not of greatest quality, but I was happy to see this bird nonetheless.


#104

Yes, Cinestill is Kodak motion picture film that has had the remjet layer chemically removed, so that it can be processed using regular C41.

I don’t recall the exposure. But this was a Nikon F3 and 24mm lens.


#105

#106

You guys might be interested in this instagram feed i put up few weeks ago. It should act as a mold between my musical as well as photographic work. And showcases fragments of how the world influences me.

Enjoy!
#mountainsthroughmusic


#107

last weekend at duxbury reef tide pools


#108

Lovely Glacier National Park

As seen from a mountain in the Flathead National Forest because we accidentally took the wrong road :sweat_smile:


#109

rainy days on the bay


#110

Climbed Mailbox Peak and had breakfast on top, with a view of Rainier.

It was alright I guess