These have been sitting around since a rainy day back in July. I had my trusty Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom 120 with a roll of Ilford HP5 as we dodged summer showers from shop to shop in Railroad Square here in Tallahassee.
Finally got my scans back from the Chicago film. It was a cool, foggy day when we made our way across the city last month gawking and taking these photos. I shot these with my Nikon Lite Touch 120 Zoom and Ilford HP5.
I shot a couple rolls of film during the day today, so it will be at least a week before I can post those, but here are a few shots from the Lincoln Park ZooLights, Grant Statute, and North Avenue Beach tonight.
Finally getting these uploaded after traveling and working all day Sunday and today. We had an awesome time this weekend doing tourist-y stuff at the Florida Aquarium, Ybor City, and Busch Gardens. I’m only really happy with the photos of the saxophone-playing man, but it was a great trip anyway.
Road trip time. Day and Night 1.
On the road for a conference. I took these yesterday when I had some free time. Olustee Battlefield was one of the places that inspired me to be a historian. I was a dorky little kid who was fascinated by the American Civil War–primarily because of a trip to this place some time around theContinue reading “Camera Roll: Olustee and World Golf Village”
Out exploring the logic of dispossession on the “Seminole Wars Heritage Trail.” Stop #1: Miccosukee Village. Taking notes toward a book. Only a historic marker remains to remind people of the thriving Native community that once drew a living from the fields, forests, and lakes northeast of the Tallahassee old fields. State Road 59 leadingContinue reading “Camera Roll: Miccosukee Village and the Seminole Wars Heritage Trail”
In Florida, a different is always just a short ride away. These magical scenes are less than forty-five minutes away from my house in midtown Tallahassee.