After working at this grocery store for over a year without ever coming across any friends among the produce, there was a period of a month where I met no less than three of them.
You’ve already met Ansel, this is Andromeda.
(this is also part of a test roll for a Minolta SRT 101 I was given for free.)
(this is also also more dregs from the spring. Impatient for newer images? Me too. Hah.)
Fact: If at all possible, I take a photo of myself in every washroom I enter that is reasonably well lit.
(more of the dregs remaining from before/during the summer months)
As Chad found out, you’ve got to be careful about just how close you get to a sprouting potato….
(One final set from the Basement Portrait series for now, then on to other things.)
my friend Rowan is really fond of their power tools.
(more from the Basement Portraits.)
I’ve slunk in through the back door, and returned home. Autumn looms on the horizon. I’ve got a heavy bag full of potential pictures, waiting to be developed.
As I get a handle on all the images I shot over the summer, I will simultaneously be trying to get caught up on all the photos I didn’t get around to posting before I left.
So here are are a few more sets from my Basement Portrait series, to tide you over for now.
How was your summer?
I’ve biked past this building now and again, here in Dauphin. It’s unremarkable at first glance, and I often forget it exists within an hour or so of passing it by. But it still manages to captivate me, when I do stumble upon it.
It has passed beyond it’s original purpose, existing now as a canvas for local stoners, and a monument to the triumph of decay.
(in other news, I’m going to be on the road for the next month and a bit, and will have limited access to the webz while I’m out there. Expect few if any new posts during that time. But upon my return, I’ll have have a whole pile of new images to throw up here. So happy August, and see you in the fall.)
There’s this dog friend we hang out with sometimes.
Turns out he and Celeste have the same favourite stick!
Pear Sauce - before, during, and after.
(canning always feels kind of like cheating to me; you mean I can just take this food, that is on the cusp of going bad, and make it so it will just wait around until I’m ready to eat it?!)