photography from the ground up




I’ve felt this way a few times in my life: the loss of a loved one, a breakup with someone whom I loved (and probably still do), those melancholy moments when memories of an irretrievable past seem to burrow into my mind and won’t let go.

We were mountain biking on Cebollita Mesa. As we walked our bikes across a cattle guard, I saw this strand of barbed wire wrapped tightly around a fence post. The metaphor was obvious.

Equipment: Nikon F100, Nikon 105mm f2,8 macro lens, Fuji Velvia.

Processing: Nikon Coolscan V, curves, levels, color balance, and saturation adjustments in Photoshop

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