Mutha. Fuckin. Otters.
Had to catch this sunset scene.
My first shoot on urban exploration, derelict buildings and ‘abandonment’
I’m liking this area of photography, really exciting.
These were shot through the doors of a mill in Bradford that burnt down a few months ago.
The Dapper Rebels of Los Angeles, 1966
In the summer of 1965, riots broke out in the Watts neighborhood of southern Los Angeles. Over a six-day period, 34 people were killed, 1,032 injured and over 3,438 arrests were made. In 1966, LIFE magazine revisited the site of the worst riots America had ever seen in its history. The photo essay depicting the region’s ‘fearsome street gangs’ however, turned out more like a fashion shoot for dapper style…
This article is such an interesting look at the history of black fashion, quintessential “Los Angeles” style, and how we perceive early gang culture. I’m fascinated with the pride of dress shown by the “dapper rebels” and the dignity presented in their portraits and photos.
Mamiya RB67 Pro-SD. Kodak Portra 400.
And this was another part of Loch Lomond.
So this is Loch Lomond.
A 10-month-old Tasmanian Devil joey pays its first visit to the vet for health checks at Healesville Sanctuary, Melbourne, Australia.
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