Two years ago I went to the Grand Canyon & shot my first roll of film. That film was ruined & lost. I didn’t touch that camera for 6 months... I was discouraged, but I knew I had the memories. I knew I drank those moments in & I knew I’d be back. Here we are today with a new 35mm film photo of the exact spot I watched sunset at 2 years ago! This time I drank the moments in with my wife & I have a wall-worthy photo to make me want to go right back to those memories every time!
Scanned & developed by @thedarkroomlab, they actually featured several of my film photographs from this trip today! I respect so much of what they do & I thank them for being an inspiration in pursuing film photography. // Portra 400, shot on Nikon F100 with 85mm lens.
Hikes on hikes on hikes = happy Jacks. I'm honestly probably the most nogistalic person you'll ever meet. Have so many people and memories scattered across the globe. People I'll never see again and moments that were incredible that I miss all the time. When Iiving in Spain, Australia or New Zealand, my year backpacking South East Asia or trekking thru Nepal... I find it hard to balance the emotions of getting stoked for the next adventure and missing the last
Wishing life was a little more mini dress and greenery as opposed to snow boots and slush... 🙈 Austin told me it’s supposed to be 7 degrees Friday, and I’m suddenly ready for spring! // 📷 @lexandthecity____
Can you spot the tiny boat on the horizon? It’s unimaginable to me, that something so far away causes such big waves right in front of my feet. But I have never been good in physics ;) This place is by far one of the most impressive I have ever visited - no wonder it’s called ‚kings lake‘. #👑