Submitted By: Nicole Lesnett, Board Member & Wilderness Ambassador in East Bay, CA
Rediscovering a film camera that I was given as a kid has been a lesson in remembering how to look more closely. In remembering how to focus a lens. Film is often blurry. Film is expensive. Film gets me excited to inspect the dirt and to visit Walgreen’s and turn small outings into colorful somethings. I’m thinking it’s been a good project!
The following is a very small selection from a year and a half ago, romping around Northern California.
Sun going down in Steep Ravine
Picking over late summer scrub
Leaving a milky pastel view at Baker Beach
Hazy afternoon in Kirkwood
Seafoam succulents, burgundy stems
Day breaking from Mt. Tam