15th Aug 2013

The Methow Valley & Harts Pass, Washington - Elias Carlson

31st Jul 2013

Kings Canyon Part 3 by Joseph Carlson

"The forever-maddening part is being able to see them, the trout that is. The crystalline waters of the Kings River are particularly unforgiving in this respect. The aquamarine depths of even the largest pools yield themselves easily to an eager and educated eye. Similarly the clear, quick currents of the shallower runs were hosts to the shimmering’s of smaller trout. Beyond that, Kings Canyon just feels fishy. Like you should be getting into trout right and left…"

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30th Jul 2013

Kings Canyon Part 2/3 by Jeremy Spyridon

"Let me tell you what happens when you fly-fish for the first time in your life. You will fall. You will hook more rocks than fish. You will catch your rod on branches. You will tangle your line into knots you never knew existed. Your skin will burn beneath a merciless sun. Your body will be beaten, your skin will be scraped, scratched and scarred. You will curse the name of God on a whim."

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29th Jul 2013

Kings Canyon Part 1/3 by Elias Carlson

"The light in Southern California is qualitatively different than the light in the Pacific Northwest. A warm, dry light, it pervades every corner of the landscape. Even the shadows can’t escape its influence. I’m convinced “The Golden State” moniker refers, not to the fabled gold rush, but to the gilded Californian light…"

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26th Jul 2013
patrickjoust:

pages from my zine Still

You should really check this out. Patrick Joust at his best.

patrickjoust:

pages from my zine Still

You should really check this out. Patrick Joust at his best.

25th Jul 2013

Laura McPhee’s book River of No Return was one of the formative encounters I had with photography. The work haunts and influences me to this day.

24th Jul 2013

Theresa Carlson - NYC

24th Jul 2013

Lloyd Stubber - Colorblind

22nd Jul 2013

Sarah Pannell | tumblr | flickr | portfolio

19th Jul 2013

Photos by Gennia