Well, I’ve finally returned to my blog after a nice soothing vacation at home with family. I can’t express how wonderful it was to reunite with my folks and family. I feel the whole trip was therapeutic, and now I’m getting ready to go back to the daily grind of working in Korea.
Anyhow, I’m happy to be back online and posting again. As you can see I’ve revamped the layout of the site with a new theme. I hope you enjoy the new look.
I still have a lot of work to do as far as developing and scanning is concerned. The building that houses my darkroom is currently being renovated, and there’s no flowing water at the moment. This is putting all my black and white / black and white infrared developing on hold. I’m anxious to get in there and see what I shot while traveling in the States!
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you all enjoy what I’ve got to share in the weeks and months to come.
This particular photo was shot in Dallas, Texas at the Cathedral Guadalupe catholic church. I took it with a Holga on slightly expired Lomography Redscale 100 film. © Patrick Bresnahan