Mount Cardigan

A few weeks back, my wife and I made a day trip to New Hampshire and spent the day exploring Mount Cardigan. We heard about this place many times over the years but this was our first time. It was one of those magical fall days, the weather was crisp and the colors of the season was a real treat. The hike itself took about 4 hours round trip. The last 1/4 mile up the face was super challenging but felt great at the top.

(All of these photographs were made with a Mamiya 7ii and Kodak Portra 400 film. Developed and processed at Richard Photo Lab in California.)

Paris – January, 2020

A few months ago, I made a short trip to Paris. When I look at these photographs, it truly feels like a lifetime ago.

(The color photographs were made with a Mamiya 7ii camera and Kodak Portra 400 film. The b&w images were made with a Leica MP and Kodak Tri-X 400. Developed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab in California)

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Paris in the fall

Last month, I made a return trip to Paris. I am not sure there is a more beautiful place than Paris in the fall. The air was crisp, the leaves were turning and seemingly everyone was outside.

This trip was brief like my summer visit and also work related. More on that subject in a future post. But I did manage to get out a few hours each day to make some photographs.

One highlight was randomly bumping into my friend Joe and Andre Wagner in the Marais. palace .jpgchess.jpgwalkers.jpgRiver.jpgsmoker.jpgseat.jpgBread.jpgboyz.jpgDiag.jpgrest.jpgTower.jpgEvening.jpg

(All color photographs made with a Mamiya 7ii and Kodak Portra 400. Black & white photographs were made with a Leica MA and Kodak Tri-X 400 film. Developed and scanned at Richard Photo Lab)

Nantucket in Autumn

The off season Nantucket is so quiet and peaceful. I made these photographs a few weeks ago. Jeep.jpggrass and road.jpg dog.jpgtracks and shells.jpgsunrise.jpgsunrise and stairs.jpgfarm.jpg

(All images made with a Mamiya 7ii and Kodak Portra 400 film, developed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab)

Maldives

Our trip to Maldives was a first for us. It is a long journey to get there.  It’s another four hours of flying beyond Dubai and then a sea plane and boat to Medhufaru.  But none of us were tired when we arrived. It was just so incredible to see the Indian ocean in person.

For the most part we relaxed on this trip. Lots of family bonding time, daily meditation, swimming, snorkeling and reading.

One day we made a short trip and visited the island of Kudafari. It’s a small fishing island with just 600 people living there. We met a few of the locals that told us about life on that island. We visited the school, hospital, mosque and the gathering spot where the elders spend each afternoon sharing life’s moments. A highlight of the trip for sure. 

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(All photographs taken with a Mamiya 7ii and Kodak Portra 400 film. Developed and processed by Richard Photo Lab in California)