Christina and I went out to the water earlier this week to shoot in the balmy early spring weather. Heavy fog had been in the area all day, and as we shot, it was actively rolling in towards us. The skies were overcast and the water was flat. We were also lucky to have low tide on our side.
I had planned on shooting a couple rolls of 35mm color film, but as luck would have it, the batteries on my Nikon F100 died as I loaded the first roll.
No trouble – I shot two rolls of medium format B&W film instead. One roll was Ilford FP4, the other was an expired roll of Bergger Pancro400. Both were shot in the Mamiya 645. (The first three shots are Ilford FP4, the last five shots are Pancro400)
As per usual, four of these are Christina’s favorites, four of them are mine. And also per usual, Christina is stunningly beautiful and went all out during our time together.