I talked about bike touring with art and adventure magazine Sea Stoke for their second issue.
This was a lot of fun, first time I’ve shot and developed B&W film since college. Kodak has discontinued TMax 3200, so I wanted to do something with it before it becomes hard to get. Thanks to Bounders for collaborating on this!
Summer Bike Adventure Part 1: The Sierra Cascades
The bakery below my studio makes the best egg custard tarts, the only place in Chinatown I’m aware of that uses organic eggs. I usually have one of these with my coffee in the morning.
PRINT GIVE AWAY
I have two of these 8.5”x11” prints of the Pacific Coast to give away. Reblog this post or follow furtherfarther on Tumblr before 11/24, and I’ll randomly pick two people to mail them to.
Tying down the Poler Mystic Tarpent at Upper Little Truckee River, CA. Kind of amazing what you can do with a tarp and a couple of good knots.
Some photos from my summer bike travels are up on the Poler Stuff website for their new tarp tent, which my friend and I field tested on our month long adventure. I have a lot of film I’m going through and scanning right now that will be posted on my personal project Further Farther soon, as well as a photo essay for Poler Stuff.
This photo was taken at Sykes Hot Springs in Big Sur, CA.
Mount Tamalpais, CA
Spinlister founder Will Dennis.