Flipside of Seasons
In two days, on December 13, it will be St. Lucia’s Day- the patron saint of light, which I mentioned in a post from about this time last year.
As the Northern Hemisphere plunges into its darkest time of year, I’m once again thinking lightward, but this time in visions of this past summer:
These were taken throughout the Adirondacks and Hudson Valley of New York during the summer of 2012 – Velvia 100 (water-damaged) in a Holga.
Here are a couple of related posts:
Posted on December 11, 2012, in Long Island, photography, travel, Uncategorized and tagged 100, 120, adirondacks, analog, beach, film, holga, kayak, long island, long lake, medium format, new york, new york state, summer, velvia. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.