Denmark & Spain

Copenhagen > Barcelona > Madrid | September 2018

MM 952 - Louisiana Museum of Modern Art x  Nivå Bugt

MM 952 - Louisiana Museum of Modern Art x Nivå Bugt

I have been wanting to go to Denmark for quite some time, Copenhagen to be exact.  I love to bike and I’ve heard of the bike lanes and I’ve heard of the bike culture.  My friend Corie became a freelancer so her schedule was up for grabs.  She kept singing about Spain, I decided to jump on it.  I booked a flight to Copenhagen and booked out of Madrid, Spain.  Then I told her I booked a trip to Copenhagen and I'm leaving back to LA from Madrid if you’re game.  She was game. So was Kristi.  We all went to Brooks Institute of Photography together so I knew they would be okay with my slow photo pace. Actually Kristi is embarking on a brand called Lost Annabel inspired by me being a block or two away everywhere we went.  

MM 1086

MM 1086

MM 1069

MM 1069

We travled to Copenhagen for 5 days.  The first 2 days was raining and then I was able to rent a bike.  We rented for 2 days.  And I even woke up before 9am to go for a ride by myself as well.  I know RIGHT! If you know me, I don’t wake up before 11am… “I am an artist” HAHA. We ate a lot of Kebab in Copenhagen. Its called Kebabistan.  Its the best kebab place EVER. It kinda really is cuz I had a lot living in NYC.  I would consider myself a pretty good food critic.  In college my friend Lauren, she would stare at me eat, she taught me to eat with my mouth closed, but she also noticed every bite I took had to be perfect like if there was meat rice and sauce and veggie each bite has to have a little bit of everything.… back to my trip. We went to a museum Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.  There is a glass window panel of maybe 6 windows that is absolutely stunning and a view of the ocean Nivå Bugt that is quite unforgettable.  Its so open and it was so serene blue.  Light blue but just muted enough to give you the peace you seek. And we just biked.  Oh! We saw Tortus shop. He’s a pottery guy that is pretty gorgeous if you don’t know, follow him on instagram. 

One place I had to go to was the Grundtvig's Church! It is…… gorgeous. I tried to capture what I could but with the Argus being on a 50mm lens I couldn’t exactly get the whole feel of the church. But I am pretty happy with the many different versions I have on film.

Shot with Iphone 8

Shot with Iphone 8

MM 994 - Gothic Quarter Barcelona, Spain

MM 994 - Gothic Quarter Barcelona, Spain

Spain. Barcelona and Madrid. Madrid over Barcelona for sure, for me.  I think it was just being in Barcelona at midnight and getting into our air bnb in Gothic Quarter just wasn’t….. fun.  But Barcelona is very romantic.  I was disappointed in the church being sold out and so much construction was going on. I didn’t really take any pics of it. What I found interesting was the window curtains were on the outside rather than the inside. I had ramen in Barcelona lol.  Girl needed her fix. And we ate at an amazing restaurant called Cafe Lolea. It was right around the corner from our air bnb and it was the best risotto I have ever had.  Truffle. Period.  I know ppl always say the best blah blah blah, but guys truffle. Ok. The pastries were also bombb at La Colmena. 

MM 1213

MM 1213

Madrid! It was only for 2 days, but it was so pastel gorgeous.  Corie our bada$$ rented a motorcycle so Kristi and I spent our day quite easy breezy.  I’m not too close with Krisit, but I photographed her A LOT in college, I photographed a lot of pretty people in college. I took some new pics of her with the my iPhone and we spent most of our morning.. I mean like lunch ish at the bicycle cafe. Then we walked around and went to Centro Centro.  This is like a government building but it was also like a We Work and Empire State Building?….. For only 3 euros! The view…. well.. here is the view. Yea… I went ham.

Take away from my trip to Denmark and Spain. Three is perfect. Three is buffer.  Three is cheaper.  Three is better communication and you can leave the other one with the other if you need to step away for the day.  Copenhagen, I want to go again in the summer and eat Kebabistan every day.  Barcelona, super romantic, but I’m good. Madrid. Must again. Kristi and Corie went down south of Spain after I left and they absolutely loved it, so maybe more country side and a 1 or 2 days pit stop in Madrid.  I loved the colors in Madrid.  

Thank you for reading. I thank God for my trips and blessing me with finances in all the odd jobs and photoshoots I do on the regular. I want to remind you I am just a messenger, a vessel, given the gift to create to inspire other artists, for other to find peace through the photographs and simply experience the wonderful world he’s created for us and through us. Peace and love.  You are a child of God. Tak and adios. 

6 images above all from Centro Centro Madrid, Spain

First CTMM Show and we're flyin' solo

Last week. Something magical happened. I had my first solo show. I’ve had a group show at Samy’s Camera in Santa Barbara during college, but I’ve never had a solo show. Since heading back to film, doors have been opening in places I never really imagined. I am excited for the future and the vision. I’m ecstatic to share new work and I’m eager to continue this path. The show was at Team One Agency, a sister agency of Saatchi and Saatchi and an advertising agency located in Los Angeles, California.

It was quite an amazing turn out. I want to thank everyone for taking the time out of work, out of their day to come see the show. What really got to me was the whole process. And as I write this I feel my eyes watering. It is an amazing blessing I am gifted with this talent and I am honored to to be able to show the world. My childhood friend Nicole works at Team One and she mentioned they have a new gallery every couple months and they do an opening night with wine and food and everything. She’s been watching me develop my work and told me to tell her when I was ready. After Colorado, I said “Annabel we CANNOT sulk your work to the ground. Regardless what you feel whether you think you’re ready or not it doesn’t matter this is the retirement plan it’s a forever process, so go and shine the light God gifted you!” And I knew I was ready to introduce Chasing the MM to the world after Colorado. Nicole sent an email out to the creatives that handle the gallery. They were just as ecstatic as I am every time I scan a new roll of film. 

I am truly thankful to be in this moment with photography. There were times I despised it and I hated it and I didn’t understand why I decided to go in this path and now it’s clearer every day. I ask all of you creatives from any field to always look and fight for the bliss and always find the simple joy your craft gives you and follow it heavily! When I was printing these images, it was the first time using a huge roll paper and it was the first time printing these images big. I was trying to control my eyes and not look like a crazy person sobbing at the lab. Seeing the prints huge, my heart opened to the next opportunities to come and excited for the new photographs I will share. I am so happy to be in this moment and to experience that bliss every other moment is a tremendous blessing. Thank you friends and family and thank you God for planting this gift in me. I am just a vessel of yours. Take it to the next level, I’m ready! 

I am currently trying to process everything in words of how “The gift” is a gift. Stay tuned, you can either subscribe to get emails whenever I write a blog post, or follow me on instagram @a_____park and follow the hashtag #chasingthemm.

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New York USA | Colorado USA | California USA | Arizona USA | Copenhagen DENMARK | Barcelona SPAIN | Havana CUBA

Photography by Elaine Lee Photography Now here is a fun fact. Elaine is my friends mom, who worked as a producer at a commercial photo studio in Los Angeles. I started shooting photography in 10th grade and I asked Elaine, what she thought of my photographs. She said I had talent! It’s been a world wind, but I would never take it back for anything. Thank you Elaine for clarity in this path! You are an angel that helped guide the path. BTW the video below is also by her son, the brother of my high school friend, Elisha. Elisha and Cliff and Elaine are all photographers! How cool. They are literally the coolest family, a family of photographers!

Film by Cliff William Fong

Images coming soon - Copenhagen, Denmark - Christmas 2018

BARCELONA | MADRID | MOROCCO - 2019

CO, USA

Playing and composing, always learning

Colorado was never in my plans, but always in the back of my head as a possible long lay over and to explore a day or two.  But I had the opportunity to thoroughly enjoy it when my college roommate, Barbie invited me to her wedding. My friend Angela who is an amazing hair stylist in Hollywood joined me on this "Two LA Korean girls go to Colorado." Sounds like a good TV episode haha.  Well... first night we went to the WRONG double tree, there were 2 on the same road... I'm not kidding look at this map!  At least they're close! Also, I'll let you know if I start writing my life in tv form. 

MM 713 - Red Rocks CO, USA

MM 713 - Red Rocks CO, USA

I was so dumbfounded by the clouds in Colorado.  I kept calling them marshmallows and I swear I wasn't high.. For most of this trip haha. Angie is a great travel buddy, we were open to each others options and she was really interested in Colorado.  We went to Red Rocks and hung out in Denver Downtown.  We drove to Lake George where Tracy was getting married.  The drive was amazing! Marshmallows everywhere and I was bumpin Gangster's Paradise for 80% of the drive.  

MM 720 - CO, USA

MM 720 - CO, USA

I played with my Nikon L35 throughout the wedding.  It was fun playing with the point and shoot while slightly tipsy. It also matched my outfit quite well. Black on black on black haha. I ended up leaving the L35 there on the rocks where the vendors were unloading and loading.  Angie and I went back the next morning and when we found it, I said hey we only live once. Ha I know so cheesy.  I started double exposing the clouds and I developed some magical shots I'll never forget.  I was blown away, Tracy was blown away, I'm pretty sure both of us just stared at these photos for a long while, me in LA her in CO.  I felt so thankful to have found the camera on the same stoop, it's was really the film not the camera.  I knew the hired photographer captured amazing black and whites already, so I thought why not. Let's have fun and take this film to another level and give it the opportunity to develop magic and I'm pretty amazed with the images itself and even the placement of the clouds.  

I used old Tri X that was 15 years old, probably from when Tracy and I were in college using them.  I used D76 Monobath and it was so simple.  I upped the temperature 20 degrees to "adjust" for the expired film. 

The wedding was beautiful and I got to meet Ken, I mean Ben for the first time. So happy my beautiful Barbie I mean Tracy found her Ken I mean Ben Haha! Love them so much! Tracy was my first model for so many projects in college, it's really beautiful and heartwarming that I can produce these images for her on one of the most special days of her life. 

MM 708 - Garden of the Gods CO, USA

MM 708 - Garden of the Gods CO, USA

After the wedding, we went to Garden of the Gods.  It was CRAZY.  It was hailing and we were so scared sh1tle$$!! I told Angie we gotta run to the car.  Los Angeles girls in hail awww nahhhhhhh! We don't even know what to do in rain. At least I don't.  Rain in LA or NY, both are just terrifying to me. We sat in the car for a good 40 minutes and finally decided to drive off to Seven Falls.  During the drive out of the park, we stopped for a couple quick shots. 

Seven Falls was pretty cool, I'm not into hiking, Runyon Canynoooo LOL.  It was a nice, easy walk up and the weather was chilly and gloomy.  The hail had stopped by then or in that area.  I had Angie stop at Wendy's for a frosty. I thought we (at least I) deserved one after all that hail..  Angie went up this longgggg talll staircase at Seven Falls, I didn't bother. I didn't even tell her, haha I figured she'd probably realize and come down at some point.  Regardless, I got some amazing shots of the clouds overlapping the mountains.  I used a lot of Ektar on this trip, it carries more saturation and when there are accidents along the process, I think the tones are fun to play to with.

MM 700 - Seven Falls CO, USA

MM 700 - Seven Falls CO, USA

I dropped the Argus and some magic vignette happened along the film.  There is a shot of Echo park from my recent roll in LA where I did the same thing!  I need to be careful when I get out of the car, or should I be even more careless?!  Both times happened getting out of the car. I don't mind the camera dropping if these effects are raw and natural and the camera doesn't break.  TBH I don't think it will break, the Argus is nicknamed "the brick." 

See the before and after of MM 683 below! My friend named it Cerebral Clouds.  I think that's a perfect name for 683.

Raw MM 683 - Raw Scan / Straight out of the scanner

Raw MM 683 - Raw Scan / Straight out of the scanner

MM 683 - CO, USA Double exposure and camera dropped and opened on this part of the film. 

MM 683 - CO, USA Double exposure and camera dropped and opened on this part of the film. 

A friend asked me a while ago, " How do you know when to stop editing?"  I think it's similar to a lot of things and a comparable feeling we get in our everyday life.  When we eat dinner, we find ourselves getting full and we stop, we feel the end of a tv show where you already feel anxious for next weeks episode, and you get that feeling when you're at your last drink for the night.  It's in your head and it's in your heart. Sometimes they speak to each other for me. When they agree, I stop. When they don't I try to work with either or, but they end up coming to an agreement or the image is simply disregarded or maybe stays raw. 

MM 711 - Garden of the Gods CO, USA

MM 711 - Garden of the Gods CO, USA

I feel grateful to be in this delight with photography.  To enjoy it and to learn from each roll, each process, each scan and each frame. It's really surreal to feel the bliss again after a decade of shooting.  I feel like i'm playing the piano and composing the music along the way.  There are so many flaws, dust, developing water marks, over exposure, dropping cameras, but I find them unique and beautiful in my photographs, so I'll take them as I go and work with them. 

You are welcome to buy prints now under "prints" and I opened a new gallery section called RAW MM.  These are develop to scan to print, no editing or color correction.  Just cropping and selective dust removal.

RAW MM 704 Clouds (y) x clouds (x)

RAW MM 704 Clouds (y) x clouds (x)

RAW MM 705 - Two Bear Marshmallows

RAW MM 705 - Two Bear Marshmallows

Next post will be dedicated to LA and bike rides, following a summer trip in NYC, I recently just came back from.  To view more Colorado pics go to Image Gallery Man.

Peace and Love. 

a. park

Havana nights and Cuba vibes

It's been a couple months since I've been back from Cuba.  I only went for 5 days so don't think this is some eat, pray, love post, it was just really simply wonderful.

MM 131 - Vedado Havana, Cuba - Casa La Gloria x Cuba Street Flowers

MM 131 - Vedado Havana, Cuba - Casa La Gloria x Cuba Street Flowers

Many people asked me, how did you go? How can you go? and that got me all crazy thinking I just booked my ticket for nothing. It was like going to Cabo, but going through the east coast with an extra fifty bucks in your travel expense for the visa.  I chose the option "Support the Cuban people," which means you should be doing all local things and buying from cuban locals, staying at air bnbs, etc.  I thought they would check our itinerary, making sure we did all of that, but it was laid back going and coming.

My cousin and I stayed at Casa La Gloria.  Here is the link and Peter is the best.  He lives in the same building, on the other side of the wall (pictured above) with his wife and kid. He's a cool dude, the rooms are clean and the space is also very picturesque.

MM 130 - Plaza Vieja Havana, Cuba

MM 130 - Plaza Vieja Havana, Cuba

MM 129 - Old Havana, Cuba

MM 129 - Old Havana, Cuba

We did the touristy things, walked around, drank some rum, got in a vintage car and took a salsa class, but what I can't shake off is the feeling. The nights were pretty perfect.  The kinda feeling when you're on your way home and the air has light wind, but the temperature is so warm it hugs your skin, the city literally hugs you.  To top that off you had some one of a kind magical day. Maybe you went to a concert outing with some of the coolest people you just randomly met that day, or you went on one of the best first dates ever and your biking home and you can feel the wind extend your smile, whatever that perfect summer night is.. it was in Cuba.  I had Cuba fever for about 4 months and it was real, I felt like I was trying to quit an addiction. 

Luckily, I was able to fit in a bike ride.  I love to bike casually, not a crazy rider with the spandex.  I know this one guy who biked from Brooklyn to LA, yea Los Angeles, CA from Brooklyn, NY. What.  Back to this bike ride.  It was lovely for me, not super safe though.  The roads are jagged so if you're not that great or a regular cyclist, then maybe hold off. Take a vintage car or a coco taxi!  A vintage car from Vedado area to Havana was $7-$10. The coco taxi was really fun, I felt like I was on a Disneyland ride... a mixture of the Alice in Wonderland and the Tea Cup to be exact. 

MM 136 - Vedado Havana, Cuba

MM 136 - Vedado Havana, Cuba

Cuba is where I started film.  I bought the Argus C3 about a month before and the Yashica Minister D.  The Yashica was not really my favorite. I was just staring at an object for five minutes trying to focus.  It wasn't the right fit.  And that's okay.  So I played a lot with the Argus C3.  It's so manual. You have to wind, press the shutter release, focus using distance estimate instead of the viewfinder, then hit the shutter. I kept forgetting whether I took a photograph or not, so that's how magical MM 129 happened.  MM 131 was intentional.  But I don't mind the exposures of my lost memory. 

Cuba was beautiful and since we can still go, you should go!  I also fell in love.  If you find my saxophone hunk, give him my email.  Here is a picture of him, yes.. I asked trip advisor to look for him.

Camera - Argus C3 | Film - Ektar 100

Next Post - Colorado, USA

MM 147 - Old Havana, Cuba Building

MM 147 - Old Havana, Cuba Building

Brooklyn and New York

The Journey to Chasing the MM - NYC to LA to Cuba


MM 496 Koreatown 32nd Street NYC film scanned with Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY

MM 496 Koreatown 32nd Street NYC film scanned with Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY

New York. Growing, failing, loving, learning, and a. park's photography journey.

I want to start this post of New York with my full heart open with honesty. Open to it's good, it's bad, it's nitty gritty moments and the best place on earth to live and experience life. Its long, if you're going to read it, read the whole thing.  Otherwise, enjoy the pictures and see you next time!

MM 516 L Train stop Montrose Avenue Brooklyn, NY, I lived off this stop for 1.5 years

MM 516 L Train stop Montrose Avenue Brooklyn, NY, I lived off this stop for 1.5 years

I knew I had to live in New York when I first made a visit out in December 2005, I was a senior in high school.  I told myself I had to experience life living and working in this city.  I landed an internship at Glamour Magazine in 2009.  The photo assistant Jeeyun Lee who is now an amazing florist was Korean. I'm Korean, I believe my last name and my photography stood out within the 2-300 applicants to her, but she says she wasn't being biased :).  I was photographing models from agencies by my 1st year into college.  Pretty girls in dope places stood out to everyone.  I moved there with a week notice for the two month internship.  I was terrible.  I didn't jot down numbers, I hated traveling from Times Square to Chelsea for a retouching job of Miley Cyrus I could have done right there in the office.  It was also the first blizzard for New York and in my life.  I'm from Los Angeles, California, it's summer all year long from 2-6pm.  New York was cold, lonely, scary, new, homesick, and it smelled like curry.  I was living in the living room in the upper west side with Indian Columbia students majoring in Engineering.  They had the real curry.  Love curry, but I moved in with a Puerto Rican family after two weeks.  After my internship, I moved back to LA and Santa Barbara, CA and graduated college.  I didn't know where to go. I worked at Digital Fusion as a file uploader in Culver City for a year and some months.  On the weekends, I trained with Sam Lim in Los Angeles for weddings.  I was coming from a fashion photography background so when I knew I had a good grip on weddings, I left immediately and moved back to NYC with 10k in my pocket and no job lined up.  I wasn't finished and the two months did not justify my life experience there.  

MM 493 - 50th something street on the Westside - Manhattan, NYC

MM 493 - 50th something street on the Westside - Manhattan, NYC

I moved back to New York in August 2011.  I was always creatively driven, but I never cared about my job.  I was able to find one two weeks after moving.  I cared about what would work in my life and that did not include bosses and going to work at 9am.  Same with college, I didn’t care about my grades, I cared about my art work and what I was capable of producing. I was late to my first job, hungover on the third day, told them they can fire me.  I really didn't care, but I felt leverage and confidence. Then I convinced my boss to change my hours to 11am to 8pm and I was still late.  I can't believe he never fired me.  Few months later, I became freelance and just created my own hours.  Amanda, Ryan, Sarah and Sara went through so much for my tardiness, inconsistent ways and being the bratty child of the studio. They saved my butt in many ways, but let me be.  I was lead to freelancing weddings and all of them vouched for my talent and truly believed in me.  When I look through my life, there were and are so many angels brought into my life to be there to support me and run with me. Thank you.

MM 518 Bodega Brooklyn, New York scanned with afternoon buildings Brooklyn, NY

MM 518 Bodega Brooklyn, New York scanned with afternoon buildings Brooklyn, NY

Since then I worked freelance for a lot of different wedding studios and personal clients.  But I was going paycheck to paycheck to pay the rent and go out with my friends. I racked up 7k in credit card bills at some point. It was stressful, but I never let money stress me out.  I always thought money is paper and it’s materialistic.  My outlook on life is that we will be provided to our lifestyle and with blessings and people we need. Those blessings and those people are there to help us work on ourselves and find the happiness and the true joyful moments that matter.

Work was coming in steady, but I was doing the same thing daily, I needed change.  I told my mom 5 years.  So it's funny I moved back after 5 years.  Your words can become your vision and reality.  I booked 5 weddings for the month of May 2017.  When I got booked, two were in LA and three were in NYC.  I thought about it hard.  I had to go back and forth twice in May regardless where I lived.  I always told myself I am not growing old in the east coast trying to take the subway in the snow during rush hour.  I was not born for that.  That was not in my life plan.  The two weeks of fall and spring were not going to cut it for me when I'm starting to wrinkle and crinkle.  My gut knew my calling was back home and so I made a decision to cherish NYC as my 2nd home to visit regularly.  There were blessings and people waiting for me in Los Angeles.

MM 535 Central Park South scanned with NYC Building ceiling

MM 535 Central Park South scanned with NYC Building ceiling

I moved back to LA in early 2017.  Within a year, I finished paying the rest of that 7k, I paid off all my student loans, got my own apartment and I bought a car for my mom to chauffeur me around.  If you know my mom, you know she loves to do that for me, so why not let her, I'm sorta serious.  I hate driving unless I'm on the freeway.  My first year back I saved the dough, I rode my bike everywhere in LA, I took the bus. LA buses.. I never thought I'd take that ever again after high school.  I mastered the NY lifestyle in LA and I still ride the bus and bike even with my car.  Everything felt like it was placing itself in the right direction.  I was getting more and more jobs from friends and family, thankfully.  But there were still holes somewhere in my photography path.  Annabel Hannah has come so far from the past 10 years and is a huge part and a tremendous privilege I have in my life. I learned value in shooting people, in weddings, in love, in family, and the core heart of capturing the joy at that moment.  I saw both myself and my photography growing up during my time in New York City.  I learned to compact my gear to get in the subway and I learned to smile even if I didn't want to.  Every year I saw myself evolving.  But when I applied to Brooks Institute of Photography, I didn't have much direction and I really didn't think I would get into weddings and portraiture or fall this deep into film.

MM 511 - Brooklyn, when you turn around from facing the BK museum

MM 511 - Brooklyn, when you turn around from facing the BK museum

In February 2018, I went to Cuba and decided to go back to film. Everyone said I have to take film. I didn't like taking my 5D Mark III when I traveled anyway. I chose an Argus C3 as my film camera.  The Argus C3 is manual, you have to wind, click, then shoot.  I tested it out before leaving and just from testing it out, I felt the bliss. The inner gut bliss that comes uncontrollably within yourself and it literally feels like brooklyn in the summer without the nutty heat wave.  Since then I've been experimenting and shooting, and trust me I didn't think I'd enjoy shooting nature this much!  I took a breather, a step backwards, I wanted to rewind and remind myself of the butterflies that the simplicity of photography gave me in the first place.

New York, thank you for debt, thank you for supportive co workers to let me be, thank you for friends and family who are supportive of all my new ideas and thank you for guiding me back home.  Now some of you might think, but didn’t you find this film excitement in Cuba? No actually, it was placed in my hands from being in Los Angeles.  I would not have ever made it to Cuba if I were still going paycheck to paycheck, but I got called home for new doors to open and bigger blessings.  New York was exciting, it was the best thing I ever did, I met the best friends ever and I blossomed bridges.  I had 6 friends when I moved in 2011.  PamelaDylan, Kyle, Derek, Anthony and Teanna.  But throughout the years friendships grew and Los Angeles friends started moving to NYC.  New York is really like adult college, your friends are your family and when you find people you can lean on, New York is a little easier on the tough days.  I left NY with a big solid group attending my "Annabel's winter hibernation, but everyone knows she's not moving back" party in the blizzard.  That's true love, even I didn't want to trek the snow to my go away party.  New York City was a fortunate detour and a fire I was running through in my 20’s.  I had to do it, I loved it and I hated it.  Not a lot of people have this opportunity in their life, so I am grateful for all of it. 

Thank you New York.

MM 533 Central Park South double scanned with magenta florals in central park

MM 533 Central Park South double scanned with magenta florals in central park

How I scanned two film strips back to back for these NY photographs

How I scanned two film strips back to back for these NY photographs

New York Photographs taken in April 2018 / All of the images on this site are shot double exposure in camera except this set of NYC.  I decided that I would scan the films back to back if I wanted to create a double exposure. It was interesting, but I think I'll pass on it next time.  The feeling of seeing the image already double exposed creating different lines and textures still blows my mind after many many rolls. You will see those in my upcoming posts or mostly in Man gallery.

Cameras - Nikon L35  |  Argus C3  / Film - Agfa 200

Other New York images - MADE Gallery

Coming up posts - Cuba, Havana | Sequoia, CA USA | Colorado, USA