I know that I have at least 6 negatives of this building ranging from 2005 to now, I guess that's about 1 a year, but I've never been pleased with any of them. I probably shouldn't post something I'm not stoked on, but I just think that it's interesting that every time I go to Spokane I shoot this photo, not on purpose but it just always happens. I get coffee across the street one morning, come out of the cafe in a dazed mix of over-caffeinated and super-tired, and shoot this photo. Now that I realize this going through my scans this morning, my next trip north I will have to try and shoot this place how I actually see it.
A great friend of mine, Sam Milianta, comes and visits me sometimes, and we have great times being sober and drunk and photoing and just hangin around. This photos is from his most recent visit when he officially became cancer free. Congratulations again sam, so happy you're here!!
Well, other than knowing that we were on a ferry, going to spend the day in Sausalito, and drinking beers, I have no clue why everyone's looking at Adam who's looking off into the distance. Make up your own story, who knows.
With the influx of visits from fellow postcard photoers visiting San Francisco this summer, I've spent a lot of time getting to know more photographers both from out of town and who live here in the city. It's a good thing, photoing better than partying, not that they can't go hand in hand.
Here's the homie Barrett Moore at Toad and Salmon's Chili Bowl this year.
Here's his Flickr also...