“The beauty of the Beehives is that at roughly seven miles round-trip, and 2,000+ feet in elevation, it’s long and streep enough to make you feel like you’ve earned it a bit. It’ll make the new and out-of-shape sweat and suffer some, and it will make the legs of even an experienced hiker burn a little. Yet, it’s short enough that a motivated person with a light pack could cruise, or trail-run it out and back in a day. Now, I’ll admit it, if the trailhead to the Beehive Lakes wasn’t sandwiched between two of the most popular trails in North Idaho’s Selkirk range, I wouldn’t be telling you about this spot. In the age of Instagram and the potential hordes of gawkers an errant post can bring, I believe we need to think carefully about the impact that sharing places like this has on fragile alpine environments. It’s not something I take lightly. But this place is no secret, and anybody Googling for good hikes near Sandpoint, Idaho will quickly find this one near the top of the list.” - words and photography by @eliascarlson made with #minoltaautocord on #portra100#mediumformat#film | Read the full story now on fieldmag.com
My dear friend Madeline. My October subject (featuring Alex). What should I say about Madeline? I wonder how she’s doing just about every day. We first circled each other in 2013 and a year later crossed through a miasmatic portal known as 88 Palace in Chinatown and was greeted by Alexander Wang (he served as an omen to us now living, laughing, loving at home and being asocial af).
I have a lot to say about this one and I’ll cut it short cause it’ll be a novel (also more to come!). She left the states two years ago and I selfishly ugly cry inside knowing you’re a 7 hour plane ride away. But thank you for our friendship. For listening to me. For letting me be friends with Alex. For letting me be the witness at your wedding (lolllll). For saving my life that one time (I will say this to you until my body is actually no longer of this world). For everything to come.
*i tried to go Godard nouvelle vague here for cinemaphiles.
a worker at the Chouara Tannery practices methods unchanged since the tannery was founded in the 11th Century.
the leather is softened with a mixture of cow urine, pigeon feces, and quicklime, then dyed with poppy (red) indigo (blue) or henna (orange) among others.
IG won’t let me select ALL the pics from this so you only get 10. Got around to making my yearly calendar, this time before the end of the year, so please go forth and order one! All proceeds go toward more film. 😂😭 Link in my bio!
The water shortage Mexico City faces is effecting the poorest people the worst and forcing them to buy water per liter due to not being connected to the city’s water network at all. Government officials have commented on the subject working towards fixing this issue and stating that “access to water is a human right”. - July,2017
Late to the film party but here I am. Finally shot my first proper roll and I’ve fallen in love with the process of shooting film. The lab now has all my money. Thank you for this beautiful hand-me-down, mum.