@pelican_image_creation moved to St. Croix and he needed to lighten his load. So he gave me some @believeinfilm.

You have to climb the first one so you can see the second one. 
@Interior Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Billy Goat Trail A, on the Potomac River, outside Georgetown, Washington, D.C., near Bethesda, MD.  You have to climb the first one so you can see the second one. 
@Interior Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Billy Goat Trail A, on the Potomac River, outside Georgetown, Washington, D.C., near Bethesda, MD. 

You have to climb the first one so you can see the second one. 

@Interior Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Billy Goat Trail A, on the Potomac River, outside Georgetown, Washington, D.C., near Bethesda, MD. 

If you’re American and you don’t know who Stephen Mather is, turn off your fcking phone and go outside. 

Dinner with the in-laws (whom I love very much).  Dinner with the in-laws (whom I love very much). 

Dinner with the in-laws (whom I love very much). 

George Washington Built this. That’s how old it is. 
Patowmack Canal, Great Falls, Virgina.  George Washington Built this. That’s how old it is. 
Patowmack Canal, Great Falls, Virgina.  George Washington Built this. That’s how old it is. 
Patowmack Canal, Great Falls, Virgina.  George Washington Built this. That’s how old it is. 
Patowmack Canal, Great Falls, Virgina.  George Washington Built this. That’s how old it is. 
Patowmack Canal, Great Falls, Virgina. 

George Washington Built this. That’s how old it is. 

Patowmack Canal, Great Falls, Virgina. 

Scenes from the White House.  Scenes from the White House.  Scenes from the White House. 
Golden hour in Tustin. 
Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar. Golden hour in Tustin. 
Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar.

Golden hour in Tustin. 

Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar.

Visiting.
Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar Visiting.
Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar Visiting.
Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar Visiting.
Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar

Visiting.

Kodak Retina iiic, Kodak Ektar

Nothing sweet about goodbye. Felt like forever. Thankfully it wasn’t. 
Leica M4-2 Nothing sweet about goodbye. Felt like forever. Thankfully it wasn’t. 
Leica M4-2

Nothing sweet about goodbye. Felt like forever. Thankfully it wasn’t. 

Leica M4-2

Relaxin’

Kodak Retina iiic

Tustin Marine Corps Air Station, and Tustin Ranch Road - 2014
Kodak Retina iiic, Kentmere 400 Tustin Marine Corps Air Station, and Tustin Ranch Road - 2014
Kodak Retina iiic, Kentmere 400

Sold a damn good amplifier for this lens. #voigtlander #colorskopar

A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 
So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 
Monocacy National Battlefield, VA
Manassas National Battlefield, VA
Antietam National Battlefield, VA
One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 
Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 
Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 
So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 
Monocacy National Battlefield, VA
Manassas National Battlefield, VA
Antietam National Battlefield, VA
One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 
Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 
Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 
So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 
Monocacy National Battlefield, VA
Manassas National Battlefield, VA
Antietam National Battlefield, VA
One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 
Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 
Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 
So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 
Monocacy National Battlefield, VA
Manassas National Battlefield, VA
Antietam National Battlefield, VA
One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 
Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 
Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 
So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 
Monocacy National Battlefield, VA
Manassas National Battlefield, VA
Antietam National Battlefield, VA
One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 
Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 
Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 
So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 
Monocacy National Battlefield, VA
Manassas National Battlefield, VA
Antietam National Battlefield, VA
One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 
Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 
Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 
So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 
Monocacy National Battlefield, VA
Manassas National Battlefield, VA
Antietam National Battlefield, VA
One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 
Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 
Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years

A great American died today. He was human, and frail and hurting. I don’t mean to diminish his life because I was affected like most other TV-addicted Americans. My earliest life remembrances involve a wood-framed GE or Zenith or RCA TV and a man and woman in an egg. Maybe some kind of tinfoil hat. Today’s news hit me like it did others: goddamn. 

So, in this space, I give you Virginian farm land. Tranquil and peaceful now on the outside, but inside, in years long gone but never forgotten, a fury of peril and sacrifice. In these cornfields, these forests, these open lands once fraught with raging battles, thousands and thousands and goddamn thousands of men and overgrown boys died, their blood spilled, soaking these fields and lands now preserved in their honor. 

Monocacy National Battlefield, VA

Manassas National Battlefield, VA

Antietam National Battlefield, VA

One is a battlefield hospital and former saloon. One is an unfinished railroad. One is now an NPS school. One was a slave quarters. In one, children hid beneath the steps of the front porch while the house was bombarded with artillery. Others are just the preserved farmhouses and sites of the most bloody skirmishes in American history. 

Again, not to diminish from the greatness of one American human being, whom we all know and will miss. But still, life goes on: O-blah-dee, O-blah-dah. 

Hasselblad 500 C/M, something Kodak and pushed 2.5 stops and expired by 12 years

The Georgetown Trolley Trestle. Used to lead early 20th century Washington, DC, suburbanites to the Glen Echo amusement park in Bethesda, Maryland. It’s now abandoned, barely visible in green months, creep and abandoned looking in the grey months.  The Georgetown Trolley Trestle. Used to lead early 20th century Washington, DC, suburbanites to the Glen Echo amusement park in Bethesda, Maryland. It’s now abandoned, barely visible in green months, creep and abandoned looking in the grey months.  The Georgetown Trolley Trestle. Used to lead early 20th century Washington, DC, suburbanites to the Glen Echo amusement park in Bethesda, Maryland. It’s now abandoned, barely visible in green months, creep and abandoned looking in the grey months. 

The Georgetown Trolley Trestle. Used to lead early 20th century Washington, DC, suburbanites to the Glen Echo amusement park in Bethesda, Maryland. It’s now abandoned, barely visible in green months, creep and abandoned looking in the grey months.