Isle of Hope is a beautiful place for pictures in the low country. The spanish moss hanging from the live oak trees, beautiful Southern homes and the coastal marsh make for a great location along Bluff Dr. I experimented some with double exposures and also challenged myself to only use 1 roll of film which is limited to only 16 frames. I shot this in April on my Contax 645 using Kodak Portra 160 film.
When I was home in Savannah a month ago I took some pictures of my brother Miles. He is a freshman in college at SCAD studying sound design and also doing really well as a local DJ. We went to Rails and Trails which is a 6 mile section of the long abandoned Savannah-Tybee Island railroad line that has been converted to a bike trail.