Dark Water

I didn’t do as much underwater film as I’d anticipated at the cabin this summer, mostly because it was like 70 degrees everyday and Up North that isn’t really swimming weather. I find it’s also best to use up an entire roll for every swim otherwise you might miss out on some chances (have you ever tried to change a film roll in the water? Well have you?) I thought it would be more fun to do a B&W roll in the water. I was right, and I find these to be spectacular.
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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.

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