Hedge row


You find boats in all sorts of places in Bermuda, especially if the owner doesn’t have a proper mooring. I spotted this one in a hedge on the roadside near St. George’s. Shot with Hipstamatic using Watts lens, Blanko 일 film, no flash.

Touch of the old west

To say Roudy is a character is an understatement. He’s been running trailrides out of Telluride, Colorado, for almost 40 years and looks like he stepped right out the Old West, which is why I took these Hipstamatic shots using the Tinto 1884 lens and C-Tye Plate film to give them a worn, vintage feel (apart from the ranch shot which was shot with Doris lens and Sussex film).

If you’re ever out west, I can highly recommend a ride with the dude! Check him out here.

Water’s edge

I love how Hipstamatic can turn a simple scene into something more moody and mysterious. These were unplanned late-afternoon shots on a lane alongside Riddell’s Bay of small boats moored up amongst the mangroves at the foot of an inlet. Hipstamatic’s Tinto 1884 lens and C-Type Plate film added an aged and dramatic feel.

Trail walk

Hipstamatic’s Loftus lens/DC film is one of my favourite combinations. These were casual shots taken on a morning walk with my dog on the Devonshire stretch of Bermuda’s Railway Trail.