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I missed out on last year’s inaugural Treefort Music Fest but I made up for it this time around with plenty of partying and shutter clicking. Here are some snapshots I collected from the weekend. Shout out to The Dedicated Servers for hooking me up with a pass and Pie Hole for keeping my camera safe when I had left it on their patio. That was probably the fastest I had ever ran in my life.
I woke up the other day a lot earlier than usual and when I looked out my bedroom window, I couldn’t see shit. There was a thick layer of fog draping over the city and my gut reaction was to drive up to Bogus to get above it. I had this image in my head of a picture perfect inversion, similar to the ones you see from airplanes. I was real excited about the trek since I’ve never seen a proper inversion like that in Boise before. I remember seeing it in the local news but that’s about it. I had never actually driven up there to see it myself.
Anyway, when I got about halfway up, I found this triple decker sandwich of clouds instead.
I’ve had this roll of film sitting inside of my broken Canon for the longest time now. The advance lever on it broke and I had to carry around a little wrench to advance the frame after each click. It was kind of a hassle but it is my favorite camera and I was determined to use it that day. As it turns out, that happened to be the only day I ever shot with this roll. These photos were shot on my first birthday after moving down to California and for the three years which followed, the roll and the camera just sat inside the glove compartment of my car.